With a small staff, SFIWJ relies on volunteers & grassroots leaders. Whether you want to volunteer occasionally or on a weekly or monthly basis, your involvement will make a difference for workers seeking justice. If you're interested, SFIWJ needs volunteers!
Interning with SFIWJ provides students with unique opportunities to learn community organizing and advocacy skills; faith teachings on economic justice and workers rights; and the impact of public policy and corporate practices on poor people and on the economy. Read more about available internships.
If your local church or congregation would like to host a social-justice event or meeting to plan on issues, please contact us. We would like to organize around workers issues, farmworker justice, wage theft, and any aspect related to the struggle for a fairer economy. If you would also like some of our literature, you can also contact us and we would be able to provide your congregation with some actionable materials and resources.