Join Hand in Hand members Elaine Shelly & Katy Carroll to talk about why disability justice can't wait. Share your vision for an interdependent future and learn about how we're working to achieve that future by dismantling policy that doesn't work and building and fighting for policy that does.
This event will be in English with closed captioning, sign language interpretation, and Tagalog interpretation. Please share other access needs with the hosts and we will do our best to accommodate.... See MoreSee Less
Tune in to witness a delegation of faith, domestic worker and employer leaders deliver a letter to Governor Newsom from over 100 faith leaders asking him to support health and safety protections for domestic workers and sign Senate Bill 321 into law. Unase para mirar una delegación de líderes de fe, trabajadoras del hogar y empleadores domésticos entregan una carta al gobernador Newsom de más de 100 líderes religiosos pidiéndole que apoye las protecciones de salud y seguridad para los trabajadores domésticos y que firme el Proyecto de Ley 321 del Senado. #SB321 #HealthandSafetyNow #SaludYSeguridadYA... See MoreSee Less
August 27, 2021, 10:30am - August 27, 2021, 12:00pm
90 7th St, San Francisco, CA 94103-1516, United StatesMap
The Long Term Supports and Services (LTSS) for All Grassroots Coalition will be meeting with Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office to urge her to SUPPORT and LEAD the efforts to win $400 billion in funding for Medicaid Home and Community Based Services (HCBS). Over the last months, members of the LTSS for All Coalition have collected personal stories sharing why CARE Is ESSENTIAL to them. These stories will be presented to Speaker Pelosi in person and on ZOOM. Help us urge the Speaker to LEAD on this funding and help us pass the $400 billion in Congress when they return from their August recess. Here is how you can join:
In Person: Outside Meet at 10:30 outside Speaker Pelosi's SF office to drop off the letters at 11 to Speaker Pelosi at the Federal Building in SF/ 90 7th St. Wear a mask, socially distance. RSVP at www.bit.ly/400forPelosi For questions: [email protected] / 510-663-4086
Zoom: If you cannot be in SF for the in-person event, you can still participate on Zoom at 10:30AM. RSVP at www.bit.ly/400forPelosi --
La Base de la Coalición de Apoyo y Servicios a Largo Plazo para todos (LTSS por sus siglas en inglés) se reunirá con la oficina de la Vocera Nancy Pelosi para instarla a APOYAR y LIDERAR los esfuerzos para obtener $ 400 mil millones en fondos para los Servicios basados en el hogar y la comunidad de Medicaid (HCBS por sus siglas en inglés). Durante los últimos meses, los miembros de la Coalición LTSS para todos han recopilado historias personales compartiendo por qué el CUIDADO es ESENCIAL para ellos. Estas historias se presentarán a la Vocera Pelosi, en persona y en ZOOM. Ayúdenos a instar al Portavoz a LIDERAR este esfuerzo para obtener estos fondos y ayúdenos a aprobar los $ 400 mil millones en el Congreso cuando regresen de su receso de agosto. Así es como puede unirse:
En persona: Afuera de de la oficina de la Vocera Pelosi nos vamos a reunir a las 10:30 para dejar las cartas a las 11am a la portavoz Pelosi en el Edificio Federal en SF en el 90 de la calle 7th. Use una mascarilla, manteniendo la distancia social. Reservar use este enlace www.bit.ly/400forPelosi Para preguntas contacte a: [email protected]/ 510-663-4086
Join The Institute for Families and Nannies and Hand-in-Hand for two one-hour online workshops on how to hire a nanny and create a nanny-share care arrangement! In this workshop series, parents will learn the basics of how to hire a nanny and be a fair employer to ensure a successful working relationship and the best care for your child(ren).
We will cover:
-The history of the nanny profession and its impact on nanny employment today
-Best practices for creating a mutually respectful working relationship
-How to keep your family and employee safe during the COVID-19 pandemic
-Domestic Employment laws and written agreements
-Recruiting, screening and interviewing to hire the right candidate for your family
-Health, Safety and Background check recommendations
-How to create a successful share care arrangement
Checklists, sample agreements and other resources will be provided upon the completion of webinar evaluation. The Nanny Manual by Alyce Desrosiers will be available to supplement the workshop materials.
Join us on Wednesday, July 28th at 8:30pm EST for our NYC Chapter Meeting to learn about our Chapter's goals for the second half of 2021, reflect about our NYC Care Campaign and what to expect for 2022!
This is a great opportunity to get to know each other, hear our care concerns and priorities, and collectively find solutions. Our voices matter and together we'll bring visibility to our care experiences as domestic employers, allies, parents, seniors and family caregivers.
Join us for the launch on July 13 with live speakers, food trucks, and the Care is Essential march.
In partnership with Caring Across Generations, National Domestic Workers Alliance, Hand in Hand:The Domestic Employers Network and the Care Can’t Wait coalition, artist Paola Mendoza presents Communities of Care, an art installation of miniature homes representing symbolic communities of care squads around the country.
Running from July 13th-17th at the Freedom Plaza in Washington DC, this installation will transport you into the reality of care that takes place in our homes and communities.
This exhibit will be a physical manifestation of the care teams that are hard at work in our homes but also, the interconnected nature of our care via rows of homes.
Each home will have a QR code that you can scan to hear an audio note from the care team in that home.... See MoreSee Less
Join the NYC Care Campaign in celebrating International Domestic Workers Day by calling on Speaker Corey Johnson to Pass Intro 339! We will be gathering at City Hall Park (Broadway + Park Place) to hear testimonies from workers about why Speaker Johnson needs to pass Intro 339, do a flash mob dance, and deliver our petition with over 1,000 signatures to Johnson's office. If you are interested in participating please fill out tinyurl.com/june16action... See MoreSee Less
ESPAÑOL ABAJO:We aren't machines! From invisible to visible: We march for respect and dignity. Domestic work makes all other work possible. We are essential, not disposable! Join the National Domestic Workers Alliance and affiliates to march for a New Jersey Domestic Workers Bill of Rights on International Domestic Workers' Day. We aren't alone in this fight! 10:30am meet 11:00am march 12:00 pm Rally Newark Penn Station See you in the streets! // No Somos máquinas!De invisibles a visibles: Marchamos por el respeto y dignidad. El trabajo doméstica hace posible todo lo demás trabajo. Somos esenciales, no desechables! únase con nosotrxs los afiliados de la Alianza Nacional de Trabajadora del Hogar para marchar por una Carta de Derechos Estatal para las Trabajadoras Domésticas de New Jersey en el Día Intl de las Trabajadoras Doéssticas! 1030am se reune. 11am marcha. 12pm Rally en Newark Penn Station ¡Nos vemos en las calles!... See MoreSee Less
Join older adults, disabled people, family caregivers, & home care workers to share stories and learn about the urgent need to pass the New York Health Act to fix our broken long-term care system. If we want to live in a New York that works for everyone who gives and receives care, we need to take action for single-payer health care now.
Our special guest, Ady Barkan, is a nationally-recognized healthcare activist who, at 32, was diagnosed with ALS. He is the co-founder of the Be a Hero Fund and an organizer for the Center for Popular Democracy where he led the Fed Up campaign and founded Local Progress. He has been featured in The NY Times and Politico and in Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People of 2020 list. We are excited for Ady Barkan to join with NY Caring Majority leaders, Kendra Scalia, Vicenta Alvarez and Sandra Abramson on Tuesday as we enter the final push for the NY Health Act!
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We are the closest we have ever been to winning universal healthcare for all New Yorkers. We ask you to join us in Albany on Monday, June 7th at 9:30 AM sharp for our final push to win the New York Health Act THIS legislative session which ends on June 10.
Almost 7 years ago, the Campaign for New York Health formed to build a statewide movement to pass the New York Health Act which guarantees comprehensive public healthcare to all New Yorkers that live or work in New York State. With the New York Health Act, a predictable progressive tax on workers and employers will fund a comprehensive public health system that will mean every New Yorker, regardless of immigration status or ability to pay, will receive the care they need without paying skyrocketing premiums, deductibles, and copays.
This past March, primary sponsors of the NY Health Act -- Assemblymember Richard Gottfried and Senator Gustavo Rivera -- introduced the NY Health Act with MAJORITY SUPPORT in BOTH the NYS Assembly and Senate for the first time ever. It is power of the people that got us to the cusp of victory, and it will be the power of the people that push the NY Health Act over the finish line.
The Campaign for NY Health is planning a major statewide day of action in Albany on Monday, June 7th. We are calling on our partners from across the state to join us. Everyone will reach Albany by 9:30 AM for breakfast and begin actions by 11:00 AM.
Here’s what you need to know:
- Please RSVP by filling out this pre-registration form as soon as possible if you’re interested in joining us: forms.gle/9T9pWh8j23GvHKGBA. Your RSVP will not be considered a final commitment, but is necessary to help us determine logistics. A final registration form will be circulated once all of the transportation and COVID safety logistics have been determined, so that you can take those details into consideration before confirming your attendance. Please pay special attention to the form if you are a representative, member, volunteer, or staff person for an organization affiliated with the Campaign for NY Health; we want to hear from you!
- Logistics for transportation and COVID safety are underway. We will either arrange for busses or coordinate carpools, depending on the number of initial RSVPs and what people are comfortable with.
If you have any questions, please contact Mohini Sharma, the Organizing Director ofMetro Justice, one of the founding organizations of the Campaign for New York Health. You can email Mohini at [email protected], call her cell at 585-623-9633 and leave a message, or text her cell.
Looking forward to winning the New York Health Act with you!... See MoreSee Less