Stimulus Jubilee

What is a Stimulus Jublilee? It is a concrete, practical way we at CWOW stand with those whose very livelihood is threatened by the greatest economic and health crisis of our generation.

By drawing from our stimulus checks and our own financial reserves, we can collectively share a little taste of Jesus’ Jubilee “good news to the poor” (Luke 4).

At a time of great uncertainty, when it would be easy to fall into fear, we have risen to the occasion through our generous expression of justice. We didn’t just set a new Giving Week record–we almost doubled it!

Thanks for saying yes to the Upside Down Kingdom in this most practical of ways.

Together we gave a total of $82,280 to over 30 different organizations, building lasting spiritual friendship through unrighteous wealth (Lk 16:9). Over $60,ooo went to our four highlighted organizations, but check out all of the many places that we also gave to below.

Christmastide Giving Week

This Christmastide, as the pandemic dragged on and canceled our best-laid plans, it was easy to fall into fatigue and lose hope. That’s why we were grateful for the wise men who gave gifts to a poor, colonized family because they saw that God was restoring the entire world through their new baby.

Following their example, we brought as gifts our stimulus checks and our own financial reserves to stand in solidarity with those whose very livelihood is threatened by the greatest economic and health crisis of our generation.

Together we gave exactly $50k to 36 different organizations listed below. Additionally, our CWOW Missions Fund has matched with a $10k grant divided between our five highlighted organizations. This Christmas we heard Mary say that God is “lifting up the lowly and filling the hungry with good things” through her baby boy. We are privileged to participate, even in a small way, in what God is doing!

Highlighted Organizations:

Centro Legal de la Raza, Oakland

Achieve Academy, Oakland

Takataka Plastics, Uganda

The GreenHouse, Sacramento

Association For A More Just Society

For details and updates on our highlighted organizations, please check out our Justice Blog. And you can still give any time by clicking on the orange buttons!

Other Organizations We Donated to in 2020…

350.org

Alameda County Food Bank

Asian Health Services

Asian Prisoner Support Committee

Berkeley Food and Housing

Berkeley Food Network

Berkeley Relief Fund

Biden campaign

Center for Empowering Refugees & Immigrants

Child Voice International

Cityteam Oakland

Cool Earth

Covenant House California (YEAH)

Emmanuel Gospel Center

Equal Justice Initiative

Farmworkers Pandemic Relief Fund (Hispanics in Philanthropy, 94-3040607)

Feed the Hungry

Give Directly

Harbor House

Justice for Migrant Women

K.I.N.D. Fund

La Clinica de la Raza

La Cocina Emergency Relief Fund (59-3838549)

Life Academy Family Fund

Living Water

Mali Health

Multicultural Institute, Berkeley

National Bailout

New Georgia Voter Project

Novo

Oakland Int’l High School Emergency Fund

Operation Mask

Pink Ribbon Riders

Pomona Hope

Preemptive Love

Relief International

Spring of Hope

Sunrise Movement

The Bail Project

Urban Mentors

W.H.O

We Have Masks

World Central Kitchen

World Resources Institute

World Vision (Coronavirus Emergency Funds)

Wounded Warrior Project

Direct contributions to family and friends in need

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