Working families' needs are urgent, and the time to act is now.

Working families in Texas have been slammed by yet another crisis.

Your donation to the Power Up Texas Fund will: 

Provide direct relief to people at this moment through wellness checks, water, food, and other basic essentials. 

Organize and mobilize Texans to understand this was a man-made disaster created by ideologies that cozy up to corporate interests over the wellbeing of our communities. 

The Power Up Texas Fund is a 501(c)(4) organization. If you would like to make a 501(c)(3) donation please contact Jennifer Toth-Clary at jennifer@workersdefense.org 

Without immediate, inclusive and decisive action by all of us, the impact of this crisis will continue to be devastating

Your support is also critical to ensuring all communities are able to weather the ongoing fallout of power grid failures and emerge with the resources necessary to advance themselves and their families once the dust settles. 

We all do better when we all do better. 

Workers Defense

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Texas Freedom Network

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Planned Parenthood Texas Votes

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