For the last 10 years, residents of Albany's South End have come together to address neighborhood concerns through AVillage, a community-driven organization dedicated to fostering creative collaborations to improve the quality of life for residents of the South End and beyond
No one's health or well-being should be affected by an inability to pay their utilities. If your clients or loved ones struggle to make utility payments, join us to learn how utility law can protect them and make you a better advocate when tackling shutoff notices & more. Led by the Public Utility Law Project.
Thursday, March 7 @ 5:30p
The Collabratory, 3 Lincoln Square, Morton Avenue
How can we empower our youth to be their happiest, healthiest selves? What can we do as a community to ensure they have everything they need for their physical, mental, and spiritual well-being? Brought to you through the South End Healthy Living Series with CDPHP & the Radix Center. Led by the Albany County Health Department.
Thursday, March 21 @ 5:30p
Albany Houisng Authority, 200 South Pearl Street
Support South End residents in forging an equitable and sustainable future for our city. Your donation helps us advocate for residents rights to a healthy environment, build community gardens, and more!
Saturday, March 16
Build your activist toolbox as we explore environmental justice challenges and community-driven solutions with notable local organizers! The time is now to forge alliances with the power to bring healing and equity to communities affected by environmental injustices on a local and global scale. Join us to share your ideas and experiences at this much needed forum on environmental justice in Albany and beyond.
Saturday, April 27
Help develop a vibrant and sustainable local food system in the South End! Join us as we transform vacant lots into cozy community spaces, build raised gardens beds, prepare community gardens for planting, and more!
A block party close the day with live music, great food, and great folks to celebrate! Ready to get your hands dirty?
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