Fruits of Our Labor

Santa Clara County workers will educate the public about vital county services available to Silicon Valley’s growing low-income community.

Fruits of Our Labor
Santa Clara County social workers, public health nurses, dietitians, 911 dispatchers and other health and safety workers will offer free information to the community on Wednesday to highlight the continuous need for quality services as affordability for many in the county declines.

WHEN: Wednesday, May 20, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

WHERE: Valley Medical Center (near Valley Specialty Center)
Farmers’ Market
751 S. Bascom Ave, San Jose, CA 95128 (map)

Santa Clara County boasts a rebounding economy, but many of its citizens are marginalized low-income workers who rely on quality public services. The income inequality debate has extended beyond a low-income worker issue—to one that affects the entire community. County workers will have a booth at the Farmers’ Market educating the public on the array of vital services available to Santa Clara County residents.

If you’re at the event, take photos and post them on Facebook, or email them to

Can’t make it?
Add your name to the petition to demand the county to fix the growing inequality.

“The American Dream is slipping away in Santa Clara County. It’s become almost impossible to afford to live here, we struggle to survive. Let’s demand the County fix the inequality—for us, our families and our community!”
— Elba Arciniega, Patient Business Services Clerk, Valley Medical Center

Unequal Pay by GenderUnequal pay by gender in Silicon Valley: 52% more pay. Demand equality NOW!
Like and share the unequal pay by gender graphic on Facebook with your co-workers, friends and family members.

Pay by occupationWhat would you do with $62,416? For most working families in Santa Clara County…. just scrape by.

Like and share widely the unequal pay graphic on Facebook.

Add your name to the petition: Yes, I support investing in Santa Clara County! Tell your coworkers, friends and family members to add their names to the petition.

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