Organizations involved in PPC/Monterey County

First Meeting Poor People’s Campaign, Monterey County Branch NAACP 
Greater Victory Temple COGIC 1620 Broadway, Seaside
Saturday, June 23rd from 2:00-4:00PM

Representatives from these organizations attended the first meeting:

Alpha Kappa Alpha (Kappa Gamma Omega Chapter)
Bayview Charter School
Board Member Central Coast VNA & Hospice
Community Activist
Community Human Services
Community Responses to Eldercare
Del Monte Manor Playground Committee
Gathering for Women
Green Party
Homeless Community
Indivisible Monterey Bay
LULAC (Monterey Council)
Monterey County Housing Advisory Committee
Monterey County Housing Commission
Monterey County Planning Commissions
Monterey Peak and Justice Center
Monterey Peninsula Pride
Monterey Peninsula Quakers/Friends
NCBI (National Coalition Building Institute)
Neighborhood Improvement Committee for Seaside
Peace Coalition
Progressive Democrats, Monterey Bay Area
Public Water Now
Safe Ag/Safe Schools
Seaside Environmental Committee
Seaside Planning Commission
Seaside School Board Member
SEIU 521
The Links, Inc. Monterey Bay Chapter
Vice Mayor, City of Monterey
Village Project
Volunteer CHOMP Auxiliary
Whites for Racial Equity
WILPF (Woman’s International League for Peace and Freedom

Over the past two years, the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival has reached out to communities in more than 30 states across this nation. The campaign targets the areas of Systemic Racism, Poverty and Inequality, Ecological Devastation, War Economy and Militarism, and National Morality.

NAACP, Monterey County is calling for representatives from local organizations to join together to implement actions that benefits the most impacted Monterey County residents.