Tucson Community Activism & Volunteer Fair

When:
November 27, 2016 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
2016-11-27T12:00:00-07:00
2016-11-27T16:00:00-07:00
Where:
Borderlands Brewery Company
119 E Toole Ave
Tucson, AZ 85701
USA
Cost:
Free

 

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“A gathering dedicated to matching community members with organizations who need volunteer support.

A meet and greet for people interested in action in the wake of the election.

A support network for people feeling disenfranchised.

An opportunity for us to work together from a place of love and support.

***Please pass this event along to any group or organization you think would be interested in participating. The more, the merrier.”

RSVP via FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/1782548295346559/

Update on list of organizations to be present:  Culture of Peace Alliance; Protection Network Action Fund; Slash N Burn Press; Occupy Inauguration- Tucson; Tucson Fringe Festival; Tucson Showing Up for Racial Jusice (SURJ); Camp Born This Way; Sustainable Tucson; Local First Arizona; Pima County Democratic Party; YWCA of Southern AZ; Jewish Voice for Peace – Tucson; National Lawyer’s Guild – So. AZ Chapter; Goodwill Good Guides; Tucson CARES; So. Az Gender Alliance;Emerge! Center against Domestic Abuse;Community Food Bank of So. AZ; Black Lives Matter Tucson; Advocates for Snake Preservation; Casa Atilas; ACLU of Arizona; No More Deaths/No Mas Muertes; PACC; Planned Parenthood; Humane Society of So. Az; Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America; Serve Tucson; American Friends Service Committee; La Frontera; Desert Harmony Hospice of Tucson; Do Happy Today ;Living Streets Alliance.

One response to “Tucson Community Activism & Volunteer Fair

  1. Lots of people of all ages checking out the diverse tables at this volunteer fair. Didn’t know anything about Casa Atilas, a project of Catholic Community Services of So. AZ, which provides humanitarian aid to women, teens & children from Central America released from ICE Custody into the community. Then there is Serve Tucson wanting to “inspire, network & impact” our community to take action for a better future, and Slash N Burn, a online site for writing, visual art, pop commentary and soundscapes. Also learned about Camp Born This Way about “gender creative kids and their families”. Met a lot of community people at the booths and mingling the crowd. Till 4 p.m. today in the Borderlands’ courtyard (check out the art inside too). Black Top Grill food truck selling hot dogs/enchiladas, etc.

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