Latino Community Fund of Washington State (LCF) informs and engages Latino community members to be more involved in shaping and advocating for environmental and climate justice policies.
To learn more about how you can get involved and to learn more about the Environmental Justice committee in Yakima County, contact Merivet Lombera at email@example.com.
2807 West Washington Ave.
Yakima, WA 98901
Central WA Organizer, Merivet Lombera, leading an Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy kickoff in Yakima.
Lower Yakima Valley Campaign Kickoff
Friday, October 27 2017
6pm - 8pm
Radio Cadena 91.9 fm (121 Sunnyside Ave, Granger, Washington 98932)
There couldn't be a more urgent time for climate action.
Over 170 Washington organizations are building a strong, broad and inclusive movement to tackle the climate crisis, create family wage jobs and racial equity with the Alliance. But to change everything it’ll take everyone. Come and learn how you can get involved here in the Yakima Valley
Join us for our Yakima Valley Kickoff to learn more about the Alliance and our plan, meet our members and partners, and get involved! We'll also be talking about how we can support critical local work here in Central Washington!
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Co-hosted by El Proyecto Bienestar, Friends of Toppenish Creek, Latino Community Fund of Washington State, LULAC, and Washington State Labor Council