FHDC attends vigils for Sebastian Francisco Perez, the most recent life lost due to climate change and unacceptable worker protections.
Resident Services continues to bring essential services, health care, and mental health resources to farmworker and low-income families in the Willamette Valley.
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.
FHDC launches the Family Livability Fund to support Residents and joins a Statewide Oregon Worker’s Relief Fund with Alianza Poder at the helm
A FHDC family shares their experience adapting to COVID-19 and shares thoughts about their needs and what the community can do to support.
“When I look in the mirror, I see a reflection of myself –“I am like this, I am as I am – I can do many things and I can fulfill my goals.”” –Josefina
Promotores travel to Salem to celebrate the signing of legislation supporting Voter’s Rights
“Seeing myself in the mirror I see a person who must give everything, both to my family and the surrounding community” –Florinda H.