What Will You Build in 2015?

 

 

We are $3,282 from our goal! 

 

 

Dear Supporter:

THANK YOU for building justice not jails with us in 2014. Together we are building a future for everyone that includes all the vital services and opportunities each of us needs and deserves.

CURB will continue building a movement against prison and jail expansion in 2015. To kick off the new year we will be joining the California Partnership for a series of major statewide actions aimed at tearing down the wall of poverty and stopping Governor Brown from spending a single penny more on locking people up.

But we can’t do it without your help.

We are $3,282 away from our end of the year fundraising goal.

Making a donation to CURB by midnight tonight will help ensure that our mobilizations in January and throughout the year are successful. Remember, a generous donor will match donations of up to $5,000 received by midnight tonight!

Look out for future emails with full details on the Tearing Down the Wall of Poverty Mobilizations, happening across California in response to Gov. Jerry Brown’s 2015-16 budget.

  • Los Angeles: 12:00pm after the budget release at Ronald Reagan State Building, 300 S. Spring St.
  • San Jose: January 9th – 10:00am at Sacred Heart Community Services 1380 South First Street
  • San Bernardino: January 9th – 11:00am at 300 N. D Street 92418, San Bernardino
  • San Francisco: January 9th – 12:30pm at the State Building, 350 Mcallister St.
  • Fresno: January 9th – 10:00am 2550 Mariposa Mall

Your support makes CURB’s work to combine the power of organizations across the state possible.


Dreaming big and fighting hard,

 

Emily Harris                 Diana Zuñiga 
Statewide Coordinator     Statewide Organizer

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