After extensive consideration of all the circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, Worker Justice Wisconsin has decided to postpone our 20th Annual Faith Labor Breakfast that was scheduled for April 28th, 2020. We have been monitoring the current situation, along with all the governmental statutes and regulations. With Wisconsin’s “Safer at Home” initiative likely extending through May, we believe it is in everyone’s best interest for us to not reschedule this exciting event until we know for sure it is safe to gather in large groups.
In the meantime, we hope you will consider being a continued supporter, sponsor or ticket holder. The postponement of our biggest fundraiser of the year comes, unfortunately, at a time when we require additional funds to respond to the increased needs of disenfranchised workers. For this reason, we hope you will consider either keeping your event tickets or converting them into donations. If you plan to attend the rescheduled event, you do not have to do anything. Your name will remain on our guest list. If you would like to convert your event ticket into a tax-deductible donation, email our office manager Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will gladly make the change. If you require a refund, contact Sarah and she will make sure you get it. Regardless of your decision, we will make sure you are informed once a new date has been selected!
Worker Justice Wisconsin continues to assist workers from a remote setting. Our staff has been receiving nearly three times the volume of calls and is doing what we can to help, in particular, the many workers affected by the Coronavirus in Wisconsin who are confused, worried and need our assistance now more than ever. If you are able, we ask you to join us in this unprecedented moment by visiting www.workerjustice.org and making a tax-deductible donation (the DONATE button is located on the upper right corner of the webpage).
We wish everyone good health, love and safety during this time. If you know of any workers who are in need of our assistance, please have them call 608-255-0376 or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
With Extraordinary Gratitude,
Rebecca Meier-Rao, Executive Director
The entire Worker Justice Wisconsin Staff
and The Board of Directors