Last chance to have your membership dues doubled!

If you haven’t contributed in a couple of years or more, your donation before the end of 2020 will be doubled. We have a generous supporter who will match new donations dollar for dollar up to $10,000.

We at Santa Barbara County Action Network appreciate the support—both financial and participatory—you have shown us over the years that has made it possible for us to continue nurturing our strong local network of progressive folks and creating bridges between environmental and social justice activism.

For nineteen years Santa Barbara County Action Network (SBCAN)has been the preeminent nonprofit organization working on both sustainability and social justice issues throughout the county. We have many partner organizations, to be sure, but we always strive to be countywide and working on a wide range of progressive issues—especially looking for issues that might fall through the cracks otherwise. Please look at the attached inventory of what we have been working on.

In spring of 2021 we will convene our annual Membership Meeting—virtually this time—and we really hope we will see you there.

With increasing competition for foundation support, we are all the more reliant on our members, major donors, and fundraisers.Therefore, we hope that you will make a membership donation that suits your budget and helps SBCAN continue its educational and advocacy roles.

It is easy—as always—to contribute at: https://sbcan.nationbuilder.com/membership_annual_dues.   There is also an option for automatic monthly payments at https://sbcan.nationbuilder.com/membership_monthly_dues. You can also mail a check to P.O. Box 6174, Santa Maria, CA 93456.

We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you at our annual membership meeting.

Sincerely,

Janet Blevins, CoPresident
Dick Flacks, CoPresident

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Santa Barbara County Action Network
Santa Barbara County Action Network (SBCAN) works to promote social and economic justice, to preserve our environmental and agricultural resources, and to create sustainable communities.