The Oregon Worker Relief Fund provides financial support directly to Oregonians who have lost their jobs and are ineligible for Unemployment Insurance and federal stimulus relief due to their immigration status, and are now experiencing economic hardship. APANO is a partner organization helping Asian and Pacific Islander Oregon workers apply for these funds.

For more background, visit the Oregon Worker Relief Fund website here. You can also make a donation to support the fund.

Last updated 8/21/20*

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OWRF Eligibility

Even if you are undocumented, you can still get help.

The Oregon Worker Relief is a disaster relief fund for:

  1. Migrants without any legal status in the United States
  2. Adults 18 years of age or older
  3. Oregon Resident and Oregon Worker
  4. Who lost their job due to Coronavirus

In order to apply for this fund one must a resident and have worked in the State of Oregon on or before February 1, 2020. 

The Oregon Worker Relief Fund is safe and your information will be kept private.

All personal identification will be removed after payment.

Quarantine Fund Eligibility

The Quarantine Fund is available to: 

  1. Adults 18 years of age or older
  2. Who are or have been farm workers in Oregon
  3. Who have been DIRECTLY affected by the Coronavirus, either having had or being exposed to the Coronavirus,
  4. Having had self-quarantine for a certain time.

The Quarantine fund is for people who need financial assistance during their time in quarantine.


REMEMBER that this whole process is free. You should not pay ANYTHING during this process.

  1. Start by calling (888) 274-7292. You can tell them what language you’d prefer to speak i
  2. You will speak with a call center agent who will ask for biographical information to ensure your place on the waiting list. It is important to have identification on hand
  3. At the end of the waiting list application you will be given an Identification number with which you can review your place on the waiting list on our website. You will receive a text with that information.
  4. You will have to wait for a period of time, we ask for your patience. Eventually your case will be assigned to a browser that will call you to schedule your application for any of the funds. You only need to call once. Once you have your ID number it is a matter of waiting and keeping an eye on your status.

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If you would like to work with a Latinx-serving organization or prefer to apply in Spanish, please visit this website to find a navigator in your area.