Erin spoke about her activism and Turning Green, the organization she co-founded with her mother to cultivate a healthy, just, and thriving planet through education and advocacy. Since the pandemic started, they have served tens of thousands of free healthy meals to students, seniors, and other vulnerable people in Marin.
Krystal told us about how the Canal Alliance works to break the generational cycle of poverty for Latino immigrants and their families by lifting barriers to their success. Since the pandemic started, they have established a Client Support Fund to provide direct cash assistance to individuals and families who have experienced a job loss or loss of wages in Marin.
Fairfax Councilmember Stephanie spoke about how their town established a 1 to 1 Volunteer Matching Program to support and protect people in need during this difficult time. As shown in this video news story, dedicated volunteers help neighbors feel less nervous and alone during this time, by checking in regularly and supporting them through this crisis.
Watch Erin Schrode’s video and slides. Donate or volunteer to support their work. Email her to get their “buy one, give one” farm box, for weekly pickup in Marin. For each farm box you buy, they give a free box of food to a family in need.
Watch Krystal Sandza’s video and slides. Donate to help hardworking and vulnerable immigrants put food on the table, pay for rent and utilities, and cover other urgent expenses through their Client Support Fund.
Watch Stephanie Hellman’s video and slides. If you would like to volunteer for their program or you need some support, sign up here to help get food picked up, prescriptions filled and other essential services provided.