UFW Union Celebrates its 50th Anniversary

All images courtesy of the United Farm Worker’s Union and the César Chávez Foundation. Copyright 2012.

Dear Los Angeles Beat readers,

This year, the César Chávez Foundation and the UFW have had a phenomenal year!  Celebrating the 50th anniversary of when my father began organizing farm workers and helping families in desperate need of a voice.

The César Chávez Foundation continues to carry on the work of my father’s vision and legacy by:

  • Building over 3,500 units of affordable housing for families and senior citizens.
  • Educating and empowering 500,000 daily listeners over the airwaves with our Radio Campesina Network.
  • Educating and impacting hundreds of children daily by providing free afterschool enrichment programs that promote educational and leadership opportunities.
  • Preserving the rich history of Cesar’s legacy by supporting the new Cesar Chavez National Monument.

Help us continue to preserve my father’s vision and legacy by supporting the continued work of the   César Chávez Foundation.   As a non-profit organization, our foundation depends upon community support from friends like you to continue moving forward.

Your donation will help us continue to serve children through educational programs, educate others through the radio airwaves, and make housing available to low-income families.  Help us continue to make a difference in people’s lives!

We truly appreciate all your support!

Please click here to make a donation,
All donations are tax-deductable.
Help us continue to serve others!
“Si, Se Puede!”

Paul Chavez
CEO & President
César Chávez Foundation

 

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