Please Save the Date May 21, for FIESTA en la Viña 2022!



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Each year, our community comes together for FIESTA, an event supporting LCSNW’s Immigration Counseling and Advocacy Program (ICAP). Please save the date of May 21, 2022 for the next FIESTA!

We‘re thrilled to announce that our yearly tradition of gathering to support immigrant families at FIESTA en la Viña will continue. This year, we’ll be coming together again in a on Saturday, May 21, 2022. We look forward to celebrating with you!

At this time we plan to welcome you to a hybrid event with both in-person and online options so you can choose the way you want to participate, and support local immigrant families. 

Special thanks to everyone who came together to make Fiesta en la Viña 2021 event night a huge success! Together we raised over $100,000 to support the LCS Northwest Immigration Advocacy & Counseling Program! Did you miss the show? You can click the video link to the left to see your special client story. 
Please take a moment to experience the success story of Isela and her family–the star of our virtual event and a shining example of the monumental impact that a handful of supporters like you can make!



We could not do this event and the work of supporting immigrant community members without you. If you would like to be on the  list click the contact link above!


Thank you to our sponsors for their continued support.
Atlas Vineyard Management, ETS Labs, First Federal Bank, On Point Credit Union, John & Debbie Pitney, Sidney Feinstein, Jeffry K Smith, Yamhill Community Care, Stirling Wine Grapes, Archery Summit Winery, Kristen & Francisco Stoller. A to Z Wineworks, A’ Tuscan Estate Bed & Breakfast, Air B&B, Alaska Airlines, Archery Summit Winery, Argyle Winery, Artistic Bliss Portaits, Atticus Hotel, Atticus Wine, Beaux Frères Winery, Brick House Vineyards, Broadley Vineyards, Brooks Winery, Cana’s Feast Winery, Chemeketa Community College, CHO Wines, Chris James Cellars, Colene Clemens Vineyards, Cramoisi Vineyard, Cristom Vineyards, David Adelsheim & Eugenia Keegan, Dominio IV, Elisabeth Chambers Cellars, Elk Cove Vineyards, emily g photography, Evesham Wood, Evesham Woods , Evoke Winery (formerly Naked Winery), Ewing Young Distillery, Fairsing Vineyard, Flaneur Wines, Furioso Vineayrds, Goodfellow Wines , Homeres Art, Hundred Suns Wine , J. Christopher Wines, JK Carriere, Jupiter Hotel & Jupiter NEXT, Kristen & Fransico Stoller, Lange Estate Winery, Lemelson Vineyards, Linfield University, Lingua Franca, Lumos Wine Co., Martin Woods, Maryhill Winery Tour and Tasting for 8, M Bittle Studios, Momentum Chiropractic + Sports Medicine, Momtazi Family, Oregon Beach Vacations, Oregon Wine Filtration, LLC, Perkins Harter, PhotoSharkPDX, Pollinate Flowers, Project M Wines, Raptor Ridge, Red Hills Kitchen, Ruddick/Wood, Sequitur Winery, Soter Vineyards, Stoller Wine Group, Suzor Wines, Terry Peasly Artist, The Hungry Hero Dessert Co., The Newbergundian Bistro, Trisaetum Winery, WALTER SCOTT WINES, Weil Farms LLC, Winderlea Vineyard and Winery

In-Kind Donations 

We hope you will consider becoming a monetary sponsor and/or making an in-kind donation to the auction or event portion of our program.

Ideal donation suggestions:

  • Wine to sell in our online auction, and “swag bags” to our VIP guests.
  • Auction packages or items including gift certificates for your business’ goods or services, unique and exclusive experiences, vacation rentals, private wine tours, and tastings, hosted meals, art, a special collection of library wine, etc.

To donate, fill out the contact form below…

Want to learn more about our immigration program? Click HERE to link to the LCSNW local Immigration program site. 

Keeping Immigrant Families Together

Our Immigration Counseling and Advocacy Program (ICAP) was established in response to the growing immigration-related needs of Yamhill County’s Latino community. Our goal is to provide affordable services to local immigrants that will allow eligible individuals and families to adjust their immigration status and seek United States citizenship.

We assist individuals and families in understanding their rights and immigration options through consultations, legal representation, and case management throughout their entire immigration or naturalization process.

We keep our communities informed about changes in immigration-related policies through a variety of outreach events. In addition, the ICAP staff work with the judiciary, executive and legislative branches of government to advocate on behalf of all immigrants.

The Lopez family first came to LCSNW’s Immigration Counseling & Advocacy Program four years ago hoping to receive a crime victim’s visa. Angelica and Luís with their baby, Aarón, had narrowly escaped Peru after a dangerous brush with kidnapping and human trafficking, and were relieved to finally find help navigating the complex immigration system after years of struggling to obtain legal status. After working with the family to obtain visas and workers permits, the day finally came to notify them of their green card approval. Our immigration counselor, Sabrina, made the call personally. “I was so excited, I called this family myself to deliver the amazing news. We were all overjoyed and many tears were shed.” Thanks to your generosity, this holiday season Angelica, Luís, and Aarón will be traveling to Peru to reconnect with family members they haven’t seen for more than 20 years!

Sarina Bonzi

ICAP Immigration Counselor , Lutheran Community Services Northwest - Yamhill County


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