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Solidarity with Immigrants and Refugees - Fundraiser
Fundraiser for East Bay Sanctuary Covenant
Get Inspired + Catered Eats + Music

Join us to hear from Farzana Ali about the dedicated work of the East Bay Sanctuary Covenant and how you can get involved. If you can't come, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to support their work with immigrants and refugees

Join us for catered light dinner and music by Emerson Adrian Gale


Founded in 1982, East Bay Sanctuary Covenant is dedicated to offering sanctuary, solidarity, support, community organizing assistance, advocacy, and legal services to those escaping war, terror, political persecution, intolerance, exploitation, and other expressions of violence.

In supporting an organization that works with refugees, here are a few reasons I chose East Bay Sanctuary Covenant:

  • They are local, with volunteer opportunities

  • They have a track record of 30 years of serving immigrants and refugees

  • Their member organizations are diverse and community-rooted 

  • They work especially closely with vulnerable populations, including LGBT individuals

  • One of their coordinators was honored with an Unsung Hero of Compassion Award by the Dalai Lama

Donations appreciated in any amount at the fundraiser or you can make a tax-deductible donation online here.

All are welcome.

Host: Elizabeth Ferguson, Ph.D.

Elizabeth is a facilitator and educator in the practices of resilience and wellbeing. Combining the wisdom of psychology, contemplative science, internal martial arts and neuroscience, she offers an approach to leadership that weaves self-compassion, social justice, and community building. 

Host: Jeremy Lent

Jeremy is author of the The Patterning Instinct: A Cultural History of Humanity's Search for Meaning (Prometheus Books, May 2017). He blogs at Patterns of Meaning. He is founder and president of the Liology Institute, dedicated to fostering a worldview that could enable humanity to flourish sustainably on the earth. 

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