Alianza Poder remains committed to facilitating an independent, community-based accountability process rooted in transformative justice and collective healing
From Stayton to Sublimity, and Salem to Independence–Resident Services staff, Promotores and Volunteers, and partner organizations including churches, public bureaus, school districts, food banks, and local businesses are stepping up to help.
Supporting efforts to keep local farmworkers and their families healthy and supported both at work and when they return to FHDC communities at Colonia Amistad and beyond
FHDC launches the Family Livability Fund to support Residents and joins a Statewide Oregon Worker’s Relief Fund with Alianza Poder at the helm
Gardening, fire cider, social distancing, food distribution, and navigating our new realities
Resident Leadership Coordinator Anabel spends 4 days growing skills in leadership and community development
Resident Leaders gather with the community as Governor Kate Brown signs the bill to ensure transportation rights for undocumented communities
Progress updates from an empty field to a vibrant community…