Community Power focuses on building power where we live to exert the power necessary to achieve the Local 1000 Purpose Statement.
In 2020 we have been focused on advocating for affordable housing and renter protections in Sacramento. Interested members meet monthly in the evening on the 3rd Monday of each month.
While Community Power is presently focused in the Sacramento region, we will expand to other areas where there is member density and member leadership willing to engage in community issues.
Are you a leader in your community or interested in becoming one? Do you have a vision for what your community could become Join us! For more information contact: email@example.com
As we continue our efforts to bring social, economic, and environmental justice to ALL Californians, we cannot forget the importance of joy. With that in mind, the SEIU Local 1000 Community Power Team and Sacramento city councilmember-elect Katie Valenzuela will be holding a Toy Drive on Sunday, December 13, 2020.
Participants will be able to drop off all donations of new, unwrapped children’s toys and games to:
Where: SEIU Local 1000 parking lot at 1808 14th St, Sacramento, CA 95811
Building stronger communities is a Local 1000 value, and we work every day to build the power necessary to achieve a good life for all Californians.
As a prime example of our continuing effort to improve the quality of life for each of us, the Local 1000 Community Power Team will be holding a coat drive on Saturday, November 14, 2020.
Every month members from the SEIU 1000 Community Power Team prepare food and serve it to our unhoused neighbors at Sacramento’s Loaves and Fishes. On Tuesday morning, August 25, we had the opportunity to once again share our good fortune with others. If you would like to join us contact firstname.lastname@example.org