2021 Summer Weaving Movements Newsletter

Please check out the latest issue of the Dolores Huerta Foundation’s Weaving Movements Newsletter to learn more about the important gains and accomplishments we made this year. Big thanks to all of our esteemed volunteers and generous donors who make this work possible! Utilice el botón amarillo...

NOW HIRING: Youth Organizers in Kern, Fresno & Tulare

Dolores Huerta Foundation BackgroundEstablished in 2003, the DHF’s mission is to inspire and organize communities to establish volunteerorganizations empowered to pursue social justice. DHF conducts movement-building at the intersectionof race, class, sexual orientation, and socio-economic status...

Sign the Petition to support Healthcare 4 All!

SIGN HERE: https://www.change.org/health4all Join the Dolores Huerta Foundation, in urging Gov. Newsom, Speaker Anthony Rendon & President Pro Tempore Toni G. Atkins to pass AB4 to extend health care coverage to our undocumented community. Providing health care is a human...

2021 Mental Health & Resources Guide

If you or someone you know is experiencing homelessness, housing crisis, worker rights issues, struggling with mental health and/or food insecurity, here’s a great resource for you. Download your own copy. DHF Resource Guides 2021Download

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“Inspiring and organizing communities to build volunteer organizations empowered to pursue social justice.”

The Dolores Huerta Foundation is a 501 (c)3 organization on a mission to inspire and organize communities to build volunteer organizations empowered to pursue social justice. DHF organizes at the grassroots level developing natural leaders with hands-on training through collective action working to establish Vecinos Unidos (Neighbors United) chapters in some of the most disenfranchised regions of California. In it’s 15 years DHF has formed chapters in Lost Hills and Cutler-Orosi, with currently active Vecinos Unidos groups in Arvin, Lamont, Weedpatch, Greenfield, and Bakersfield (Kern County) Tulare, Lindsay, and Woodlake (Tulare County) and Caruthers, Sanger and Parlier (Fresno County).

Our social justice grassroots organizing work is focused on Education, Health and Safety, LGBTQIA+, Equality and Civic Engagement. DHF is committed to dismantling the school-to-prison pipeline through student and parent training for meaningful engagement and advocacy. DHF works to create healthy, accepting supportive environments for LGBTQIA+ youth and family members by building support networks and safer school climates. Through our integrative voter and Census outreach and education, DHF has been instrumental in passing progressive local and statewide legislation to increase funding for public services. Please consider supporting this important work. We rely on the contributions of donors like you.

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2021 Summer Weaving Movements Newsletter

2021 Summer Weaving Movements Newsletter

Please check out the latest issue of the Dolores Huerta Foundation’s Weaving Movements Newsletter to learn more about the important gains and accomplishments we made this year. Big thanks to all of...

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