Standing with the Unemployed: A Congregational Toolkit & Faith Advocates for Jobs Campaign

hammer-nails-BWThis superb new toolkit created by Interfaith Worker Justice Faith Advocates for Jobs program provides suggestions for helping the unemployed in your congregation and community, worship resources, and educational materials, including the spiritual meaning, of the economic crisis. Download the handbook.

The Faith Advocates for Jobs Campaign has three goals:

Organize at least 1,000 congregation-based unemployed worker support committees in 2011.

Advocate for public policy initiatives to address the crisis.

Develop educational programs in support of job creation and retention and a restored economy.

The UUA is a member of the Advocates for Job Campaign. Congregations (or congregational task forces) can join by signing online at IWJ’s website.