Wow, it has been a hard couple of months. For everyone. For our staff, as we simultaneously adjusted to new routines at home, new ways of working, and new social rules. For farmworkers, more than anyone else, as they struggled to find services and supplies amid all the changes, and worried about having insufficient protections […]
NC Farmworkers Project Celebrates 25 YEARS!
Celebrating 25 years In June of 1994 the NC Farmworkers’ Project officially incorporated as a nonprofit. This summer, we’re celebrating 25 years of working for better conditions for farmworkers! Organizing and meetings for the Project began before 1994, but in that year the organization officially incorporated. This year marks 25 years of outreach, community meetings, […]
Congratulations to Janeth Tapia!
Janeth Tapia Recognized as HIPGiver for Work in Health Janeth Tapia, our intrepid outreach coordinator and the heart of the NC Farmworkers’ Project, was recognized with a much-deserved award earlier this month. Janeth was named a HIPGiver by Hispanics in Philanthropy for her work improving the health of farmworkers in North Carolina. As HIP states, […]
Looking back and looking forward
Earlier this month, we went on a staff retreat to allow ourselves some time to relax, look back on last season, and make some plans for the year ahead. As we prepare for the 2018 season and look ahead to what’s next, we’re also really proud of what we accomplished in 2017. We want to […]