Sign up to join Team APIENC's Sustainers Campaign!
Our Sustainers campaign is coming up, from March 19 - March 26! The theme of this campaign is "Sustain Our Work: For The Sake Of..." to ask the question: “What’s at stake for the work we do?” For example, we train leaders to be grounded in our QTAPI histories for the sake of our community’s collective empowerment and future dreams.

What is an APIENC monthly sustainer? An APIENC monthly sustainer is someone who gives every month to APIENC through a recurring donation - a sustainer joins our work by committing a monthly donation of $10 or more! With our current sustainer base, we are able to strengthen APIENC’s overall impact with the understanding that our members guide our priorities and directions.

We are hoping to welcome at least 20 individuals into our sustainer family through this week-long campaign through social media blasts, phonebanking, and sustainer engagement. Join us for a deep discussion about money and making strong asks. We will also be training volunteers on connecting with current and potential sustainers via phonebanking! This team gathering will take place:

Monday 3/25, 6:30-8PM
APIENC Office (17 Walter U Lum Pl. SF, CA 94108)

Accese: The office is wheelchair accessible, has gender neutral bathrooms, low-scent, and BART accessible (15 minute walk from Montgomery station)

Sign up by Tuesday 3/19 below so we can send you instructions on how to build power and grow!

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We want to set you up for success! The Team Gathering will take place on Monday, March 25, 6-8:30pm @ APIENC office (17 Walter U Lum Pl. SF, CA 94108)
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This is more than just a campaign--we want to strengthen our community and sustain our work! Let us know about your motivations, your personal goals, or anything else that you're trying to achieve.
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