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Share Our Harvest

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Join us at the Jewish Coalition for Immigrant Justice NW's 3rd annual Share Our Harvest Fundraiser benefiting the Fair Fight Bond Fund. We aim to raise funds in solidarity with the WA Immigrant Solidarity Network (WAISN) to secure the release of immigrants from the NW ICE Processing Center (formerly the NW Detention Center). This is a valuable deportation defense tool, as immigrants have a 70% greater chance of winning their cases if they are bonded out of detention.

Our program includes a keynote address by WA State Attorney General Bob Ferguson, music by Las Cafeteras, the Jewish Coalition’s first Tzedek Award, Rabbi Seth Goldstein's discussion of the Jewish holiday Shavuot, testimony from an asylee formerly in detention, background about the Fair Fight Bond Fund by Coordinator Vanessa Reyes, as well as delicious food from Project Feast available to order.

Donations to support the Fair Fight Bond Fund are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law under WAISN’s 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor Colectiva Legal del Pueblo, Tax ID 46-1470709.

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If you would like to pay or make a donation by check, please be sure to select the option "I will pay by check" in the "Donation By Credit Card" line above and write your anticipated check amount in the "Check Donation Amount" box below. 

Please make your checks payable to WAISN and mail them to: 

WAISN c/o Fair Fight Bond Fund
13838 1st Ave. S
Burien, WA 98168

Please write "Share Our Harvest" in the memo line.

We would appreciate it if you would send your event registration check by April 25th so that we can process all event registration checks and send out the event link in a timely manner.


Please write a numerical value of your anticipated check amount. Please see above for the minimum amount for tickets to attend the event.

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We are working with Project Feast to provide a festive meal for this event. Project Feast’s mission is to transform the lives of refugees and immigrants by providing pathways to sustainable employment in the food industry and to enrich communities through intercultural exchange. Project Feast is offering a four-course fish or vegetarian Kenyan meal for this event that you can pick from hubs in Seattle to Shoreline and Kent. Cost is $30 for one and $50 for dinner for two people. Packaging and labor costs are the same for single and double portions. Deadlines for food orders will be Friday, April 23rd.



For more information or questions, please email us at jcij.nw@gmail.com