posted November 28, 2010
It’s real cold.
PEOPLE PROJECT is in great need of warm blankets and clothes.
We have very little at this time. People must survive outside through this weather, and we need to have supplies.
Please bring whatever you can to the PARC office [Peoples’ Action for Rights and Community] in Eureka. Ask your friends and neighbors if they have anything that could possible be spared. This is the time!
You can call PARC first (707) 442-7465 and/or drop things off. If no one is at PARC, please leave things in bags in the yard under a table.
posted March 2010
(for good meals at the protests, Good Morning Neighbors! Breakfast, and meetings)
To print the below PEOPLE PROJECT grocery needs list click HERE
—Beans (canned or dried)
pinto, garbanzo, adzuki, black, kidney, mung, etc.
—Olive Oil !! —Nuts
—Soy, Rice, Almond MILKS —Organic Sugar
—Produce: onions, squash, garlic, mushrooms, fruit, potatoes, yams, greens,
–other Grains (quinoa, wild rice, steel cut oats, etc.)
—Vegenaise (mayonnaise with no dairy or eggs)
—Organic Corn Meal or Polenta
Rent and bill money for PARC
For the past two years, PEOPLE PROJECT has utilized the meeting and resource space at the PARC office [Peoples’ Action for Rights and Community]. PARC is run solely on donations and volunteer work. We would like to gather donations for rent and other supplies which allow the space to keep going . PARC is available to all- and especially welcoming to people who have very few places to go and who are harassed and criminalized.
Donations can be given through paypal on the PARC webpage, http://parc.2truth.com/ or other arrangements to receive donations can be made by calling (707) 442-7465 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We imagine a rotating emergency sleeping space. At this time, opening your home or some covered space is imperative. We are asking you to open your garage, yard, or big room for whatever time you decide is possible. We have a crew of people dedicated to being present and assisting in helping keep the space warm and harmonious for you and for all others who use it”
Cold weather, especially over an extended period of time, takes a heavy toll on the health and well-being of the most vulnerable members in our community.
Recently, a small household in Eureka, made its garage available as a safe sleeping space for people with no shelter. The household and a group of friends (many PEOPLE PROJECT folks) organized the space in response to the dangerous weather and police conditions on the street. It was actually quite simple… [click below on “Safe Sleeping Spaces for more!]
Needing warm clothes and sleeping gear!
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