UIDN is an all-volunteer groups that depends on the support — financial and otherwise — of our community. We offer tremendous thanks to our hundreds of volunteers and to our friends in these allied organizations.

For the Many, formerly Nobody Leaves Mid-Hudson, is building a grassroots movement of everyday people. The goal? Health care, housing, racial and immigration justice, economics, and environmentalism that works for all of us and puts the power back in our hands to create lasting change. Contact: info@forthemany.org or 845-481-0703. Offices in Kingston (Ulster County), Poughkeepsie (Dutchess), Middletown and Newburgh (Orange).

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Neighbors Link works to strengthen the whole community through the healthy integration of immigrants. The group provides English language education, immigration legal services, a Worker Center, support services, parent education, early childhood and school-age programs, and more. Headquartered in Mount Kisco, Westchester County, Neighbors Link offers services throughout the Mid-Hudson Valley. Phone: 914-666-3410.

Rural & Migrant Ministry works to create a just, rural New York State by nurturing leadership; standing with the disenfranchised, especially farmworkers and rural workers; and changing unjust systems. RMM works around the state with offices in Sullivan County (845-392-7279) and Dutchess County (845-485-8627).

Worker Justice Center of New York pursues fairness for those denied human rights, focusing on low wage workers including immigrants and agricultural workers. WJCNY uses a range of avenues, including the legal system, to empower communities and change institutions. Phone: 845-331-6615 or 800-724-7020.

La Voz, a free Spanish-language online and print magazine, has been published since 2004. La Voz has been honored by the New York Community Media Alliance and others and has some 25,000 readers in the mid-Hudson Valley. Phone: 845-758-6822, ext. 3759, email: escribalavoz@yahoo.com