We raised the rent – almost!
Our worker-led organizing center celebrated Labor Day
with members, supporters, unions, and community groups across the city
who believe all labor has dignity. And this year, it came on the heels
of the city’s first Workers’ Parade in decades.
In addition to depending on the community to come together to celebrate
(and to eat all of the delicious food!), Workers' Dignity depends on
the community to help keep the lights on at the workers' center through
contributions made at the Labor Day Picnic.
Individual donations, along with other donations from sponsors, advertisements in our program booklet, and picnic tickets, come to a total of $7030– this amountwill cover 10 months of rent and electricity for our new organizing center
at 3013 Nolensville Pike. Low-income workers will continue to have a
space to meet, learn, and expand our organizing for economic justice in
We are so grateful to everyone who has participated and given their time or money to make this happen. However, we still need to raise an additional $1,700 in order to cover the last two months of rent for the coming year. If we raise more, then we'll put it toward closing the next gap in our budget.
Please ask your friends and family to contribute whatever they can — here or on our online donation page.
Thank you for all you do to support Workers' Dignity.
Workers' Dignity Steering Committee