- Northwest Honey and Bee Lovers Package
- $100 e-Gift Card to Eltana
- Fresh and Fermented Cookbook and Mini Fermented Salt Trio
- Handmade ceramic coral bowl by Brad Menninga
- Macrina Bakey & Cafe Gift Card
- 4 Weeks of Farmer's Market Delivered to your Home!
- Drinks and a Movie
- Handmade ceramic crane bowl by Brad Menninga
- Cheese and Chinook Package
- Andean Wool Scarf
Community Alliance for Global Justice's 14th Annual SLEE! Virtual Gala OCT 17
The SLEE Online Auction is Open!
The online auction of 14th Annual Strengthening Local Economies Everywhere (SLEE) Gala closes at 9PM PST OCT 20!
Proceeds go to COMMUNITY ALLIANCE FOR GLOBAL JUSTICE in order to support anti-oppressive organizing as we build solidarity across diverse movements.
Auction items include political posters, theater tickets, boat and kayak rentals, jewelry, cooking classes, wine-tasting and much more! So, tell your friends, family, community. Register now and let the bidding begin!
We hope you were able to join us for the live event on Oct 17: Watch the recording here!
Live Event Details
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SLEE! is a powerful community event that brings together over 300 supporters to inspire people to take action for justice in our local and global food systems. We are responding to the current moment by highlighting the hope embodied by youth on the front lines of the food justice movement.
Tarik Abdullah, an experienced chef and youth educator, will deliver the keynote: "Feed the People: Food, Kids, Community."
Known for his innovative pop-up restaurants, Tarik is an experienced chef and youth educator. With deep roots in Seattle?s south end, his mission is to "Feed the People? creating community one meal at a time against a backdrop of great music and visual arts. Recently, in response to the widespread impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, Abdullah joined The Seattle Kitchen Collective, a group of chefs and restaurants providing meals for free to those in need, no questions asked.
Since SLEE will be held virtually this year, we will not have an in-person dinner as we usually do. Instead, we are partnering with The Kitchen Collective to facilitate donations of food which farmers/fishermen and others always generously provide to CAGJ.
Peer-to-Peer Fundraising for SLEE: Strengthen Solidarity
Help us reach our goal of $20K to hire a new CAGJ Organizer! If you would like to fundraise for CAGJ: You can sign up as a Participant through our peer-to-peer page! We will provide a detailed guide to grassroots fundraising, including a social media tool-kit! Thank you so much for your support.
- Interpretation: We will do our best to provide interpretation services if requested. Contact email@example.com to arrange.
- CART captioning provided: CART captioning is real-time captioning of our event, and we will have captions that will display the transcribed speech.
Thank you to our Sponsors!
Central Co-op, Equal Exchange, Farmer Direct Organic, Madres Kitchen, New Roots Organics, PCC Community Markets, Real Change, Social Justice Fund NW, UFCW Local 21, UAW 4121
Thank you to our Community Partners!
21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living, Beacon Food Forest, Central Co-op, Community to Community Development, Equal Exchange, Farmer Direct Organic, Got Green, Health Alliance International, LELO, Madres Kitchen, New Roots Organics, Real Change, Seattle CISPES, Sightline Institute, Social Justice Fund Northwest, Sustainable Ballard, Sustainable Capitol Hill, UAW 4121, UFCW Local 21, Uprooted & Rising, US Women & Cuba Collaboration, UW Geography, Washington Fair Trade Coalition
For more information, please contact CAGJ: 206-405-4600 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Make Your Bid to Support CAGJ!
Now is your chance to not only get all the great items you want, but to do it knowing you are helping support our organization and mission.
CAGJ strengthens the global food sovereignty movement through popular education and mobilization. We build solidarity across movements through grassroots, community-based and anti-oppressive organizing. We work to transform unjust trade and agricultural policies and practices imposed by corporations, governments and foundations. We promote alternatives that embody values of racial, social and environmental justice, collective liberation, solidarity, community sovereignty and ecological health.
Thank you for helping us Strengthen Local Economies Everywhere!