This Week with Change - December 7, 2018

Our weekly digest of client news and events.

(Photo by San Francisco Chronicle)

Like housing and healthcare, food is fundamental. California Food Policy Advocates and Asm. Rob Bonta call for people to submit comments against the Trump Administration's public charge rule by Monday, Dec. 10. Capitol Weekly.

East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation joined with the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation and Mission Economic Development Agency to write a powerful rebuke on the Trump Administration's proposed changes to the public charge rule and the housing impacts they could have across the Bay Area. San Francisco Chronicle.

Cultiva La Salud, one of Prevention Institute's grantees for their Safety Through Connection initiative aimed at addressing domestic violence among at risk communities across California, was featured on Valley Edition to talk about their innovative approach to preventing intimate partner violence in Fresno. KVPR.

Coming up:

EBALDC's San Pablo Area Revitalization Collaborative (SPARC) will host a Holiday Bazaar at SPARC-It Place in West Oakland on Sunday, December 9 featuring music from Oakland Public Conservatory's Youth Ensemble, holiday gifts, live art experiences, free toys for kids and new food businesses on the San Pablo Avenue Corridor. Berkeleyside.


Women's Foundation of California and California Budget and Policy Center in Sacramento Bee: California still has a long way to go to reach parity on economic security for women.

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