Hand painted Love Wins banner for 350 Seattle actions

Community Resilience is dedicated to hearing the diverse needs of our community and prioritizing those needs, which we see not as a luxury, but as essential.

“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.” – Audre Lorde, 1988, A Burst of Light

“Our liberation rests on the foundation of our own well-being.” – Leticia Nieto


Community Resilience offerings:


How can I get involved? Our silence is compliance when we’re neutral to this violence. Taking action creates hope. Community Resilience is here to assist individuals in finding ways to contribute to our efforts at 350 Seattle in working towards climate justice. You don’t have to be an organizer, protest-goer, phone-banker, or someone who’s ready for civil disobedience to get involved. The climate movement requires many skills and talents, which rarely reside in one person alone. The broader our skill sets and resources are, the stronger our chances are of success.

We need you: teachers, carpenters, gardeners, artists, personal trainers, mechanics, therapists, accountants, photographers, web designers, lawyers, nutritionists, hairdressers, herbalists, storytellers, knitters, comedians, acupuncturists, musicians, midwives, bakers, chefs, child and pet care providers, care-givers, doctors, dentists, massage therapists, dancers, healers, nutritionists, farmers, graphic designers, and MORE!

Don’t see yourself represented here? We need you, too! Add your skill to our list.

We also need: food, water, fabric, seeds, art supplies, gift cards, buses, trucks, bikes, coats, unicorn costumes, building materials, organic soil, central spaces for storing our art and for workshops, spaces for getaways, and more!

Please contact us to plug in.

Hand Painted Protect Every Person Banner for 350 Seattle actions