Together we can make a change! Our work would not be as successful without the generous dedication and contributions of our members, volunteers, donors, and affiliates.
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Thank you for your interest in supporting CWJ. The needs of low wage and immigrant workers in our community have never been more urgent than they are today. Every donation makes a difference.
“Join me in becoming a sustaining supporter of CWJ—at whatever regular monthly contribution fits your budget–$5, $10, $25 or more a month. You can help create financial security for the expanded organizing and advocacy that CWJ has undertaken to protect at-risk communities.”
– Shelton Stromquist, Finance Committee Member
Contribute by Mail
Make check payable to:
Center for Worker Justice of Eastern Iowa
1556 S 1st Avenue #C,
Iowa City, IA, 52240
Grow Our Network
Become an affiliate today! Faith, Labor, and Community-based groups keen on pursuing economic and social justice are invited to join CWJ as organizational affiliates within our strong and growing network of advocates supporting worker and immigrant rights.
As an organizational affiliate your organization will:
by uniting low-wage workers across race, ethnicity, and immigration status to pursue social and economic justice through education, leadership development, issue-based organizing, direct services, and community alliances.
by sending delegates to CWJ meetings, serving on CWJ leadership and issue-based committees, and connecting your members with CWJ’s volunteer network.
by contributing tax deductible support to help build and maintain CWJ as a vibrant source for justice in the community.
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The Center for Worker Justice of Eastern Iowa is a 501(c)(3) organization that relies on financial contributions from the community to win our fights. Contributions from individual (low-wage) members, organizational affiliates, community donors, and grants all help to build and maintain the Center for Worker Justice as a vibrant source for justice in the community.