Our executive director Casey Cook recently published an op-ed in WHYY describing the story behind the creation of our Solidarity Fund for COVID-19 Organizing. The Solidarity Fund was launched on April 8, 2020 to meet the urgent needs of grassroots community organizing groups that have either been impacted by COVID-19 or are organizing in response to the pandemic.
“The work of grassroots community organizers is critical to ensuring a just and humane response from governments, corporations, and other institutions… This pandemic is a time of historic disruption and pain. If we’re not careful, it could also be a time of historic injustice. Philadelphia’s robust and dedicated network of community organizers will work hard to prevent that — but they need our help.”
Read the full article on WHYY’s website: