Indivisible Colusa County is part of a nationwide grassroots movement of thousands of local Indivisible groups representing more than a million volunteer activists working together to build a real democracy — of, by and for the people.
Migrant farmworkers feed us all and the past year has been particularly tough for them and their families. Every year starting in April, approximately 100 farmworker families take up temporary residence at the migrant camp in Williams. Indivisible Colusa is collecting donations as a way of saying thanks and letting them know Colusa County welcomes them. Our donated items will be distributed through the Colusa County Office of Education.
Products must be new, in unopened packaging. We're collecting diapers (all sizes) and personal hygiene products (shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, shaving cream, tampons, pads, lotion, sunscreen, etc.) for local migrant farmworker families. We have drop-off sites at our volunteers' homes in Colusa and Arbuckle.
For drop-off addresses, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or text (530) 454-5056.
All money donated to Indivisible Colusa from April 20-28 will be used to buy diapers and personal hygiene products for local migrant farmworker families.