23rd Annual Vigil: Finding Refuge in Each Other
March 1st 2018
King County Courthouse
Join us on March 1st, 2018 from 4:30pm - 6:30pm for the 23rd Annual Vigil at the King County Courthouse to remember all lives lost to domestic violence. This year’s theme is “Kapwa: Finding Refuge in Each Other.”
We need your support to:
- Endorse the vigil, you will be publicly recognized during the event
- Make a food or non-alcoholic beverage donation for the event
- Help spread the word, bring 5-10 people
- Encourage your group/ others to attend
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Vietnamese speakers interested in inter-generational work in faith based communities. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Paid Sick Leave Law
Starting January 1, 2018, employees in Washington will begin accruing and receiving paid sick leave from their employer. This new employee right is a result of Initiative 1433, which was approved by Washington voters in fall 2016. Learn more here.
API Chaya is a part of the Fair Work Collaborative, a group of community-based organizations that partner with Fair Work Center to conduct Know Your Rights outreach and education among their constituencies.
Thank you, sweet community, for helping us raise over $54,000 to support sexual assault, domestic violence, and human trafficking survivors! We couldn't do our work without you!