Never has there been a moment in recent history more critical than right now to organize. DataCenter provides strategic research and training support to grassroots organizations on the frontlines of this struggle. As you can see from our website, DataCenter advances the social justice cause of multiple community-based organizations throughout the United States.
As a strategic research provider, DataCenter strengthens the social justice movement and is a trusted ally of groups committed to social change. DataCenter is honored to be able to spread the stories of struggle and triumph of marginalized communities.
Don’t miss out on the story!
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Honoring Esther Fitch with a donation to the DataCenter Endowment
Esther Fitch was born in 1913 in Seattle, Washington. She graduated from the University of Washington and received a Master of Social Work at Mills College. She worked as a psychiatric social worker in San Jose, Santa Rosa, and the Bay Area. Esther was a committed supporter of civil liberties activism, social justice, and social services organizations. Upon her death in 1998, the Esther Fitch Trust made the first major DataCenter endowment contribution of $10,000.
Today, Esther Fitch’s tireless service to our communities continues to inspire countless others. She lives in our memories as an advocate for social justice. Remember her today by donating to the DataCenter Endowment Fund.
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