To help promote worker rights worldwide, the Solidarity Center depends on the generosity and support of concerned individuals and organizations.
The Solidarity Center's Endowment for Global Social Justice encourages and nurtures high-achieving young people in their passion for social justice, their quest for knowledge about issues facing working people around the world, and their interest in contributing to research on and dialogue about the role of workers and their organizations in today's global economy. Your donation will provide the critical, early funding for a program that will encourage a diverse pool of young people to actively work toward a more economically and socially just world.
With your support, our union and community partners can respond quickly to natural disasters, aid displaced workers, provide children with the education they deserve to make a better life for themselves and their families, and respond quickly to the needs of working people in times of crisis:
- The Solidarity Center and its partners assisted Haitian workers and their families affected by the January 12, 2010, earthquake in Port-au-Prince.
- Unions in Georgia provided food, shelter, and clothing to thousands of workers struggling in the aftermath of the August 2008 Russian invasion.
- In Kenya, our partners provided aid and relief for union members and their families during the country’s economic rebuilding.
- Unions in Burma were on the ground with clothing, medicine, and non-perishable food for Cyclone Nargis survivors.
- In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Solidarity Center and its partners helped send children to school.
Please consider making a tax-deductible contribution to the Solidarity Center Education Fund. Click below to contribute online.
You can also send a check to:
Solidarity Center Education Fund
888 16th Street, N.W., Suite 400
Washington, DC 20006
Please designate the name of the fund (e.g., Earthquake Relief for Haitian Workers) in the memo line of the check.
The Solidarity Center Education Fund is a tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.