May 30th: Memorial Day Peace Ad in The Register Guard: “Choose Hope, Not Fear”
On Memorial Day, May 30th 2016, CALC will publish in the Register Guard a large ad reaffirming our faith in the capacity of committed communities to build a peaceful, equitable, and sustainable future for ourselves and generations to come (see the full ad text). Keep an eye out!
June 6th and 7th: CALC Fundraiser at Mucho Gusto and DickieYo’s
Visit Mucho Gusto or DickieYo’s anytime on April 6th or 7th and a percentage of your bill will go to CALC! Mucho Gusto is a fast casual, Mexican restaurant specializing in made-to-order burritos, burrito bowls, tacos, tostadas and fresh salads. At Mucho Gusto, you’re invited to choose from a variety of freshly prepared ingredients to create your own personalized Mexican meal. Chips, salsas, guacamole, beer and margaritas are also available. YUM! Please show your server this voucher.
November 13th: CALC 50th Anniversary Gala
CALC will be celebrating its 50th Anniversary with a dinner, an auction, and some highly amusing entertainment. Save the date… more details to come!
CALC’s Weekly Community Events Calendar
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Did you get a chance to see our super-snazzy infographic-style annual report yet? Take a look!read more
Job Announcement Community Alliance of Lane County (CALC) is seeking someone to join our development team on a half-time basis. The person hired will become part of an organization that has been working for social change for 50 years, and must have a demonstrated commitment to peace and social justice. Nonprofit fundraising and volunteer coordination experience is preferred. See the full job description below. To apply, please send a résumé and a cover letter explaining your qualifications for the position to...read more
Along strict party lines, in April 2015 Congress adopted a budget resolution that announced a ten-year plan to dismantle all federal programs that benefit the 99%: the Earned Income Tax Credit and the Child Tax Credit, Medicaid, Food Stamps, subsidized housing, aid for college attendance, and many more, including Medicare itself. It also calls for big tax breaks for the rich, such as abolishing the estate tax, and sustaining a high level of spending for war and preparation for war. Join us March 12th as we learn about how we can seize...read more
Do you live in Eugene, Junction City, or Springfield, and support raising Oregon’s minimum wage? Please join us for our upcoming get-togethers on February 2nd, 9th, 16th, and 23rd when we will be making calls in support. To get more info and get involved in these events, please contact our SAfER coordinator Phil Carrasco at email@example.com or (541) 337-6391. Meanwhile, here’s how you can help! Call your representative to let them know you support Raise The Wage. Here’s what you could say: “Hi, my name is...read more
Big thank you to everyone who came out on Saturday to show solidarity with the people of occupied Burns and say “NO” to the threats and intimidation of militias.read more
A project of CALC’s Truth in Recruiting program, the Peace Scholarships are CALC’s tangible commitment to offering Lane County high school students an alternative to military enlistment. We hope that these scholarships will be an incentive for students to think about non-military career paths. Applications are due in April. See...read more
We’re going to go ahead and toot our own horns here- we did SO MUCH in 2015! We want to thank the hundreds of community members who donated their time and resources to make this all possible. Take a look at our accomplishments in 2015read more
Have you seen CALC’s supplement in the Eugene Weekly yet? On November 12th, in partnership with Veterans for Peace, we published an eight-page supplement in the Eugene Weekly (which reaches about 40,000 readers) called Veterans’ Voices. We wanted to show that veterans are a powerful part of the effort to challenge war as an instrument of foreign policy. We solicited submissions from veterans of different eras and received amazing and deeply moving material. People wrote from places of deep pain and shared memories that, in some...read more
“I wanted to help support CALC’s track record in networking with other organizations for peace and justice. I was proud of our anti-hate rallies, war tax resistance, Hiroshima Commemoration, the photo exhibits, and the partnerships with Occupy and the homeless camps.” – Jain Elliot, CALC Board Secretary, on why she joined the CALC Board. Interested in joining the CALC board? You’ll gain valuable leadership experience, and you’ll make a difference in your community. We’re especially...read more