Since opening nearly six years ago, the Centreville Labor Resource Center (CLRC) provided six desktop computers for workers to learn (language and job skills), connect with family, and look for jobs. Now all of these computers are “down” most of the time, and CLRC workers need help.
We are participating in DoMore24, the annual United Way-Capital Region online giving campaign, a 24-hour fundraiser for nonprofits in the region. In addition to providing a platform for giving, DoMore24 will offer TV ads, radio reminders, social media ads throughout the day.
Nonprofits who “win” through “most funds raised “ (overall, or in one hour); or “most funds pledged before the 24-hour begins” or “most donors” (any size donation) will get prizes (donations) from United Way, throughout the day-night of Thursday, June 8.
You can help:
spread the word to all of your friends, neighbors and family
click on DoMore24, any time after June 2
pledge to Centreville Labor Resource Center
Then hit the site often on June 8. Donate any amount to Centreville Labor Resource Center.
We will also have a page on our own website, http://www.centrevilleimmigrationforum.org/, to explain more about the project.
Help us to boot our computers!