P.A.S.O.'s Open House
Wednesday, September 10, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
Melrose Park, IL
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
We invite you with great pleasure to P.A.S.O.'s Open House on .
Join us to celebrate the expansion of our offices, learn about P.A.S.O.'s impact in the West Cook Suburbs, and meet our team as we launch the celebration towards our 5th year anniversary!
DATE: Wednesday, September 10th
TIME: Meet & Greet from , Program at
LOCATION: 2001 Janice Ave., Melrose Park (Corner of Janice and James Pl).
Parking available at gated lot just north of our building
Please RSVP by Friday, Sept. 5th through Eventbrite registration or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the last five years, P.A.S.O. has been at the forefront of the immigrant justice and community organizing, playing a critical role in major victories in Illinois including the IL DREAM Act, the passage of the Cook County ICE Detainer Ordinance and the Temporary Visitors Driver Licenses.
P.A.S.O. has also assisted over 3,100 legal permanent residents begin the process to become citizens through our Citizenship Program; registered 2,563 new Latino voters, educated and trained hundreds of grassroots leaders who have mobilized thousands for immigrant justice from Chicago to Springfield and all the way to Washington DC! Last year alone, we reached 1,100 households to educate and inform them about the Affordable Care Act through our Access to Healthcare program and visited over 500 homes to inform homeowners about foreclosure prevention. P.A.S.O. organizes in the West Cook Suburbs including: Melrose Park, Stone Park, Franklin Park, Northlake, Maywood and Bellwood.
We look forward to having you join us in this celebration!
For more details, contact our Janice office at 708-410-2000 or visit our website at www.PASOACTION.org
When & Where
P.A.S.O.- West Suburban Action Project
P.A.S.O.(West Suburban Action Project) is a community-based social justice organization that works to engage community members to act through their faith and values to address issues that affect them, their families, and neighbors with the mission to build stronger communities where all residents can live dignified lives regardless of their race, socioeconomic or immigration status