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Street Level Health Project’s
2013 Fiesta de Navidad en Comunidad
December 21, 2013
Cesar Chavez Education Center, Oakland
Street Level Health Project’s annual holiday celebration is one of the most anticipated events for the Fruitvale immigrant community. It is a time when people come together to celebrate diversity, unity and culture. For many of the new immigrants we serve, this will be their first holiday in a new country.
This year’s Fiesta de Navidad en Comunidad is an opportunity to be inspired by our community as we reflect on our vision for accessible health care for everyone. The celebration will be held at the Cesar Chavez Education Center on December 21, 2013, from 4pm-7pm. Street Level’s goal is to provide food and winter necessities to over 400 community members, including day laborers, refugees, and homeless. Volunteers will help us organize games, activities, and entertainment for attendees to enjoy.
Street Level Health Project asks that you join us in ensuring we continue our mission of providing year round services to immigrant communities in the Bay Area. Please consider becoming a sponsor by choosing any of the following sponsorship levels:
Partner $5,000 ~ Advocate $2,500 ~ Supporter $1,500
Believer $500 ~ Friend $250
For questions or details of the event: Please contact Jessica Fuentes, Community Relations Manager at (510) 533-9954 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: Fiesta de Navidad en Comunidad is a community event, RSVPs do not guarantee a table.
Judith Keenan Elizabeth Shun
Pamela Crawford Ascher Webber Family
*Special thanks to the UC Berkeley Labor Occupational Health Program (LOHP) for nominating us to receive The San Francisco Foundation's holiday grant.
When & Where
Street Level Health Project
Mission: Street Level Health Project is an Oakland-based grassroots organization dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of underserved urban immigrant communities in the Bay Area.
- We bring health care to the uninsured community through our free health screening clinic and patient health navigation program.
- We provide temporary assistance for those with basic needs in food, clothing, and social support.
- We address the root causes of poor health by empowering and supporting low-wage immigrant workers to be active participants in their lives, their families, and their communities.
- We tackle institutional and systemic barriers to health equity through advocacy and coalition building with organizations committed to building power for disenfranchised communities.
Street Level develops trusting relationships with isolated immigrants, offers them a place to build a healthy and vibrant community, and empowers them to advocate for the wellbeing of themselves and their families.