The ICE Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that supports the mission and the 20,000-plus employees worldwide who comprise US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), in part, through financial aid, awareness campaigns and scholarships. We also strive to assist victims of immigration- and customs-related crimes, such as human trafficking, through educational scholarships for college and vocational training.
WE’RE HERE TO PROMOTE PUBLIC SAFETY AND A SECURE AMERICA
Support the Mission
We aid ICE in developing and maintaining relationships with all levels of law enforcement in the United States, as well as international law enforcement and public and private corporations. These networks are central to protecting America’s infrastructure from sabotage, guarding our intellectual property and identifying and removing national security threats.
Honor Those Who Serve
When the unthinkable happens, we’re there to support the agency’s employees. The foundation provides financial assistance to the families of agents injured and killed in the line of duty.
Heal Those Rescued
ICE is the United States’ principal agency responsible for policing human trafficking and child exploitation. The foundation supports that effort by helping to reintegrate the victims of such crimes by providing them with educational financial aid and access to resources.
Heighten Public Awareness
Beyond our campaigns to educate the public about the potential threats to our borders and the agency’s role in combatting them, the foundation also provides educational scholarships to exemplary children who’ve been identified by federal law enforcement and the military for demonstrating a commitment to their communities and country.