COVID-19 Organizing Fund
Back NYC food factory workers organizing for survival and long term power
Specialty food manufacturing workers are risking their lives to keep food in supply during the coronavirus pandemic. Workers need your solidarity to protect themselves now and to build power that lasts long after the crisis.
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Make your gift monthly for an invite to our online Karaoke Party next Friday, May 8th and a digital book, Labor Law for the Rank & Filer. Give $25+ monthly and get a print portrait Brandworkers board member Bulmaro Cruz by Molly Crabapple from a series on essential workers.
Your gift funds worker-led organizing for safety and income support during the coronavirus crisis. Together, we will protect food workers on the frontlines while building power that endures for years to come.
Many of us recognize the sacrifice of food factory workers. But employers are largely ignoring workers’ needs, most of whom are immigrants and people of color. Many employers are forcing workers to make and deliver food without gloves, distancing, hazard pay, or enough sick leave.
Many food factory workers have been devastated by reduced hours and layoffs as restaurants and catering close. Workers fear for how to put food on their own families’ table.
Each spring, immigrant food workers and allies come together to raise resources during the May Day Campaign. We’re dedicating the entire 2020 May Day Campaign to fund organizing amid COVID-19.
Thank you to everyone helping raise funds this year:
Anna Carbone, Bowen Spottswood, Meghan Kenia, & Yichu Xu
Rachel Lears & Robin Blotnick
Raymundo Lara Molina