Wed, May 24 2017

Quinceañera de La Colectiva – Aging with Dignity,

San Francisco, California, United States San Francisco, California, United States
One Sponsor Confirmed

  • About the event

    With great excitement, La Colectiva de Mujeres invites you to our 15th Anniversary celebration and fundraiser, Quinceañera de La Colectiva – Aging with Dignity on May 24th at the stunning San Francisco War Memorial’s Green Room.

    We want to celebrate with you the victories that over 1,000 women have achieved in our women’s collective. They are personal victories of gaining economic independence, negotiating for just wages, and redefining ourselves in our work as dignified and valuable workers. And they are communal victories, of stopping deportations and home evictions, ensuring that the police in California do their job only, and not the work of immigration law enforcement, and of winning a Domestic Worker Bill of Rights in California that, for the first time, awards overtime pay to caregivers. In turn, these caregivers support patients and the elderly to live with love and dignity toward the end of
    their lives.

    In the midst of this frightening political climate, we resiliently face a future full of hope within the context of our own aging. Some of us young, and others not so much, all recognize the need to develop and discover skills for doing new types of work that will allow us to face adversity, and age with dignity.

    We ask for your support as an ally in the fight for dignified work and fair wages. Now more than ever it is important to partner in strengthening our social movements. We will very much appreciate a donation at a level within the means of your company, and we hope you can join us in celebration.

    Your brand and support will be promoted amongst the 200 attendees of this event, Bay Area political, corporate, and nonprofit leaders and professionals that feel committed to supporting our work.


    Guillermina Castellanos
    Co-founder | Organizing and Training Manager
    La Colectiva de Mujeres of Dolores Street Community Services
    938 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
    www.lacolectivasf.org | www.dscs.org | www.sfdaylabor.org
    (415) 282-6209 ext. *131 | Hire Workers: (415) 252-5376


    Why should you sponsor?

    Kindly see our available packages and the available perks associated with our different levels. 

    We're also open to in-kind donations from beverage and food sponsors. 

    Sarah Noyes


    La Colectiva is a worker­run collective where immigrant women connect one another with work, skills and supports. Members of the San Francisco Women’s Collective and the San Francisco Day Labor Program work together to eradicate the injustices that affect day laborers and domestic workers, fostering an organized environment where all workers can build their dignity, leadership and power. Members share a vision of a community where day laborers and domestic workers have the same opportunities and rights as any other worker. The collectives are co­founders and leaders in the National Day Labor Organizing Network, National Domestic Workers Alliance, Progressive Workers Alliance, California Domestic Workers Coalition, Jobs with Justice, and San Francisco Rising, among others.


    Dolores Street Community Services (DSCS) nurtures individual wellness and cultivates collective power among immigrant and low­income communities in San Francisco to create a more just society. DSCS addresses a wide range of issues, from homelessness to housing to immigration to employment because by being involved in the multitude of interconnected issues that affect our communities, we are stronger and better able to deliver meaningful impact.

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  • 101-250 attendees expected

    50% Male Attendees

    50% Female Attendees

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