The work of the International Institute of New England is considered by the federal government as a public-private partnership. Each year, IINE receives 50-60% of its funding from public sources and works to raise 40-50% from private sources including individual, foundation, and corporate fundraising and modest fees charged from low-cost legal services and through our interpretation and translation service, Pinpoint Translation Services. Just a few years ago, nearly 80% of our funding came from governmental sources. Our ability to shift to a model in which we seek both private and public support for our work has made IINE a higher-impact and nimbler organization that is better able to offer a broad range of services to new Americans