Donate to Corvallis SURJ
A donation to our local SURJ chapter allows us to sponsor Black, Brown, and Indigenous speakers and workshop leaders and to subsidize registration fees for community members of color to attend workshops addressing racial justice.
We ask every donor to Corvallis SURJ to make a matching gift to a social justice organization led by people of color. You may know a local organization you want to support or you can make a donation to any of these local and Oregon organizations. Our success and liberation depends on their success and liberation. Please match your donation today.
This Portland-based “community solution for racial justice, creating connection with Black, Brown, and Indigenous leaders through the heart, mind, and voice to inspire our collective healing.”
Casa Latinos Unidos
This local organization seeks to “be the leading organization in Benton and Linn county working towards strengthening the Latino community through collaboration and action.” If you wish, you can earmark your contributions to their COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Causa, Oregon’s Immigrant Rights Organization
Causa “works to improve the lives of Latino immigrants and their families in Oregon through advocacy, coalition building, leadership development, and civic engagement.”
The Chúush Fund: Water for Warm Springs
This fund supports work by the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs to restore their access and infrastructure for clean water.
Here To Stay
Donate to their Immigration Processing Fee Fund through the Corvallis Multicultural Literacy Center, earmarking your contribution in the comments field.
NAACP Corvallis/Albany Branch
Our local chapter seeks “to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.” Donations can support their Emergent Relief Fund, the WakandaWarriors (Black K-12 youth), and other initiatives.
The NAYA Family Center
This Portland organization offers a wide array of comprehensive services and community-based solutions, including lifelong educational opportunities, cultural identity, leadership development, elders support, homes for families, early childhood programs, and paths to financial security based on traditional tribal values.
PCUN (Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste / Northwest Tree-planters and Farmworkers United) supports Latinx working families.