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Your donation to the Economic Justice Alliance directly helps to engage and organize low wage workers around economic justice issues.  This donation is processed by our fiscal sponsor, the William James Association via PayPal.

You can also make a check out to the EJA – William James Association.
Please send to Community Bridges, Attn: Eva Holt-Rusmore, EJA, 236 Santa Cruz Avenue, Aptos CA 95003
Here is our donation letter if you find it helpful!

The Economic Justice Alliance of Santa Cruz County is launching a Workers Rights Education, Empowerment and Enforcement (E3) program. Your donation will be directly helping to engage and organize low wage workers around economic justice issues with the goal of increased involvement and leadership development. This engagement will focus around educating workers on their rights within existing labor law (e.g. recent improvements won at the state level in family leave and sick leave benefits), and working towards strengthened enforcement to address rampant wage theft in our county.

In the current political climate, workers are at even greater risk for exploitation on the job, and we will be working to find innovative, community-based solutions so that workers and employers understand their rights and responsibilities. We will also be integrating immigrant rights information to support the unique threats facing immigrant workers and their families.

As you know, no one individual, and no one organization can tackle these issues alone. All of our efforts will be more effective if there is a place where we can come together to work for economic justice.