Organizing and Advocacy

The UFW Foundation is specifically dedicated to improving the lives of farm workers, immigrants, and Latinos through legislative advocacy, community outreach, and organizing. The UFW Foundation strongly believes in the power of organizing and empowering communities to achieve human dignity for all. Through its Systemic Change department, the UFW Foundation reaches and engages thousands of Latinos, farm workers, and immigrants ready to take action on the issues affecting their communities. Systemic Change organizers and coordinators provide vital community information such as Know Your Rights events, assist with voter registration efforts, and engage workers and allies in resilient, strategic actions to ultimately win legalization for farm workers. The UFW Foundation’s organizing team also engages in key local campaigns to stop the inhumane expansion of for-profit immigration detention centers. Additionally, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Systemic Change team has focused on providing face masks and food distribution events in rural communities. To date, we have distributed 2 million face masks and more than 400,000 meals and food boxes.

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Flooding and Climate Disaster

Stand with the UFW Foundation in demanding government support for farm workers affected by climate disasters.