From Crisis to Recovery: Forging a collective path towards a more just, equitable and green future

Please join us at a virtual event honoring community action: Wednesday, September 30th, 2020 at 5:30 p.m.

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Wednesday, September 30th, 5:30 p.m.
A collaborative fundraiser and conversation with leaders from RE Sources, Lhaq’temish Foundation of Lummi Nation, and Community to Community Development.

The event will feature a moderated discussion about the intertwined crises of 2020, what a “recovery” might mean and how we as individuals, organizations and peoples can collectively arrive there.

Don’t miss this important virtual event — it’s RE Sources’ primary fundraising event of the year, replacing our annual Environmental Heroes Awards ordinarily held in person. A portion of proceeds raised will go to participating organizations and RE Sources has secured a challenge match to increase your financial impact. Please come prepared to make a gift that is right for you. If the below form is not showing up correctly, RSVP here.

Please make your generous donation to the event here, which will be split evenly between the three participating organizations.

RSVP: From Crisis to Recovery, a virtual event honoring community action

Program begins at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, September 30th. Join just before 5:15 p.m. to socialize with a smaller group of guests at your virtual table. More information and how to join will be sent the week of the event to those who RSVP. 










Please reach out to Julia at JuliaS@re-sources.org with any questions about this event.

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Event Program: Starts at 5:30 p.m.

Join at 5:15pm to socialize with a smaller group of guests at your virtual table!

  • Short visit with your virtual table host and other guests
  • Welcome, land acknowledgement and blessing
  • Discussion moderated by Carl Weimer — Leaders from RE Sources, Lhaq’temish Foundation of Lummi Nation, and Community to Community Development will look at the intertwined crises of 2020, what a “recovery” might mean and how we as individuals, organizations and peoples can collectively arrive there.
  • Featured work and gift pledges made — your chance to support the work of these organizations and have your gift matched!
  • Closing

Questions? Please contact Julia Spencer, JuliaS@re-sources.org

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And thank you to our additional sponsors:

Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship

Heritage Bank

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Pepper Sisters

Sea Witch Botanicals

Village Books