The Sacramento FUEL Network is a coalition of nonprofits, religious organizations, law school immigration clinics, businesses, local pro bono attorneys, educators and other community partners dedicated to helping Sacramento residents prevent, prepare for, or defend against deportation. The City of Sacramento established the FUEL Network to provide support to local community members.
The Center for Workers’ Rights is among 8 local organizations to composing the founding Advocacy Committee of FUEL. The purpose of the FUEL Advocacy Committee is to provide ongoing strategic direction for the political advocacy of the FUEL Network and is the decision-making body for the local, state, and national campaigns that the FUEL coalition endorses and actively participates in.
For more information on the FUEL Network, visit their website at www.sacfuelnetwork.org.