The solidarity economy is about transforming our relationships into ones grounded in care and collective wellbeing. As a volunteer network of organizers and activists, we can make a small donation go a long way but are often in a crunch. We typically use donations to feed people at events, to hire interpreters and childcare providers, and to compensate low income speakers and teachers at our events, but have dreams of providing organizing stipends to members of our network.
If you are interested in making a donation to support the solidarity economy in Massachusetts, feel free to reach out to us at solidarityeconomy.ma [at] gmail.com and we’d be happy to discuss our strategic priorities for the network and point you to members in the network who align with your interests.
The best way to donate online is through our fiscal sponsor, the US Solidarity Economy Network’s Paypal account. Please write “MASEN” in the note/add special instructions area.
Donations by Check:
Checks can be made out to our fiscal sponsor, the “US Solidarity Economy Network” with “MASEN” in the memo line and mailed to 308 Mill Valley Rd, Belchertown, MA 01007.
You don’t need money to have wealth. If you’re someone who would like to offer something other than a cash donation – thank you! Please reach out to solidarityeconomy.ma [at] gmail.com and we can discuss how your gift can be best shared with the network.