Allyship Joins Labor Collaborative
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Allyship is excited to have been awarded almost $25,000 from the Office of Labor Standards to reach Seattle LGBTQ low-wage workers and inform individuals on their workers’ rights. We are working in a coalition of over 10 other community organizations such as Got Green, 21 Progress, Al Noor Islamic, Somali Community Services, NAACP, Latino Community Fund and Puget Sound Sage. The Fair Works Center is our collaboratives organizational lead and will be providing legal assistance and resources to employees. We are excited to be working with such a powerful collaborative and to advancing the equity of low-wage LGBTQ workers.
This new opportunity has enabled Allyship to hire a new Community Organizer. Please direct any interested parties to send their resume and cover letter to Debbie Carlsen at firstname.lastname@example.org by November 3rd. The job announcement is here: Allyship Job description for Community Labor Organizer