Come to the Annual Social Justice Center Winter Potluck
on Sunday December 15 from 4-6pm.
As is our tradition will be raffling off Gift Baskets (pictured below) to raise money for the center. You can purchase raffle tickets by pressing the donate button to the left and indicating which basket you wish to buy tickets for in the message field.Tickets are 1 for $1, 10 for $5, or 25 for $10 all proceeds go to the SJC general fund.
Basket 1 donated by the Social Justice Center: Ceramic Planter, Green Tea, Broadcast Live CD, Nepalese Black Tea, Candle from Ten Thousand Villages, Framed Ricardo Levins Morales Print, Kid's T-Shirt (American Apparel), Dry mix for Christmas Cookies with Recipe (not pictured).
Basket 2 donated by Jean Fei: Handcrafted Ceramic Bowls. 1 Serving Bowl and three small bowls. If you don't know already, Jean's bowls are legendary!
Basket 3 donated by Carolyn Vaccaro: Amtrak Gift Certificates $150.
Basket 4 donated by Some Sneaky Elves: Canning Pot, Canning Cook Book, Homemade Hard Cider, Jars of candy, pickles, and apple butter.
Basket 5 donated by The Solidarity Committee: Rebels Against the War by Lawrence Wittner (signed), Pound of Equal Exchange Coffee, $20 Gift Certificate to Bake For You, Solidarity T-Shirt and a bottle of wine (not pictured).
Basket 6 donated by The New York State Prisoner Justice Network: Rolled Chocolate Wafers, Love and Struggle by David Gilbert (Book), Blanket throw, Paul Robeson card, Tin of Japanese Teas, Pistachio nuts, Homemade Soap, beeswax candles, 2 framed original Photographs by Clint Anglin and more!!!
Basket 7 donated by Victorio Reyes: A basket of Poetry. The Incredible Sestina Anthology edited by Daniel Nester (signed), The Rebirth of Krazy Horse by Victorio Reyes (signed), Loose Woman by Sandra Cisneros, and Slow Lightning by Eduardo C. Corral (Winner of the 2012 Yale Younger Poet's Prize).
Basket 8 donated by Save the Pine Bush: Various items from former Peace Offerings Store.
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Promoting social justice and welfare since 1981.