Take a Deep Dive into Guaranteed Income!
Learn to Advocate in 8 Online Sessions
This special, in-depth virtual ATP (Advocacy Training Project) course will focus on understanding programs and policies that advance Guaranteed Income. Sessions will provide participants with hands-on advocacy skills, tools, involvement, and guidance for anyone newly involved in grassroots advocacy. This training is free to any GI participants.
By the end of ATP, participants can expect to have gained knowledge and understanding of tools to engage in a wide range of advocacy activities. We want to support creative and innovative ideas to tackle issues in local communities. Participants who complete Emerging ATP and have a project to positively impact their community are encouraged to request a $250 stipend to fund their project.
Choose from two schedules! Thursday Evenings or Saturday Mornings
Thursday Evenings 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm PSTSaturday Mornings 10:00 am – 11:30 am PST
For the schedule and topics, as well as more information and FAQs, and registration visit Advocacy Training Project.
The deadline to Register is September 20th.
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Deadline to Apply is October 15th
The Scholarship Program is available for a variety of subject matter disciplines, as well as support for non-traditional students in achieving their academic goals. Awards are based on a combination of academic merit and financial need.
This fall, there are 9 scholarships available to support students of all backgrounds in a variety of subject disciplines. Including students in some of the most hard-hit groups like educators, women, LGBTQIA+ communities, healthcare, and adults obtaining vocational certifications.
Applicants demonstrate commitment to their educational goals, financial hardship, and resiliency to continue their educational plans despite the unique challenges of college life. Learn more about the scholarship program and the applicant profile.
Burbank 1-Year Anniversary Sale
Come celebrate with us
It's been a year of change, growth, and community in Burbank.
Join us on September 10th, 2022, to celebrate our one-year anniversary, we're hosting a one-day sale of 50% off our entire store (excluding Halloween) and $3 clothing in the parking lot!
Give a Gift, Change a Life
Honor your Loved Ones
Let your family and/or friends know that you are thinking of them as we begin the days of awe. Honor or memorialize them with a special Tribute that will be sent on your behalf.
Visit our donation website and select "dedicate this donation" in the form or call 323-852-8512 for assistance.
We are in the final year of our current grant and have funding available to remediate up to 90 units. 90 units can be 90 single-family homes or a lesser amount of duplexes/triplexes/fourplexes. This is a HUD grant which requires that the occupants of the units be low-income. Learn More.
Mark your calendar for NCJW’s Abortion Access Week of Action: September 12-16
We invite you to sign up today for more details to get involved, including opportunities to level up your impact and participate in digital actions and other meaningful activities.
Sign up — Jews for Abortion Access.
How do racism, antisemitism, and anti-LGBTQ+ bias intersect? How can we bring our commitment to racial justice to bear on our collective work? There is a long and deeply ingrained history of anti-LGBTQ+ animus in the U.S. that has overlapped and intersected with both antisemitism and racism throughout history. Spend your lunch or afternoon break learning from LGBTQ+ Jews of Color about how racism. Tuesday, September 20, 2022, 12:30 pm PT Via Zoom. Register Today!
What You Need To Know To Vote In California’s Nov. 8 General Election.
California Election 2022 Voter Guide - CalMatters.
Join MAZON on Tuesday, September 20, 2022, at 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT in marking this important moment as they launch When Women Lead, a series of programs featuring women luminaries, bringing their expertise and experience to bear on the intersection of feminism and hunger.
Student Debt Relief is HERE!
On Wednesday, August 24, 2022, President Biden announced student debt relief!
If you make less than $125,000 and received a Pell Grant, you are eligible for up to $20,000 in student debt relief. If you make less than $125,000 and did not receive a Pell Grant, you are eligible for up to $10,000 in student debt relief. Do you still have undergraduate student loans? You can cap the repayment at 5% of your monthly income! Read More.