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April 13, 2022
In this issue:
  • Chili Cook-Off: April 23
  • Comedic Mime Performance: May 21
  • 10th Birthday Party: Call for Volunteers
  • Did You Know?

After a two-year COVID hiatus, New England Justice for Our Neighbors is delighted to announce the return of in-person events!  Enjoy yourself, get to know us better, and support a good cause, all at the same time!

Chili Cook-Off: April 23

Do you want to support immigrants' rights? Love chili?  Want a night off from cooking?  Bring your family and friends to enjoy a variety of chili recipes - from sweet to mild to burning hot - and vote for your favorite with your wallet.  The chili with the most votes wins!  Chili will be served with all the usual fixings.

Have an amazing chili?  Sign up here.
Want to volunteer at the event?  Here's your link.

April 23, 2022 at 5:30 P.M.
Crawford Memorial United Methodist Church, 34 Dix St., Winchester MA
Chili served until 7 P.M. or until we run out!

Comedic Mime Performance: May 21

Comic mime artist and educator Robert Rivest has been performing since 1990 and has given over 8000 performances and presentations across four continents.  This program highlights the best of Rivest's 30-year career.  Through humorous mime stories, spoken word, physical comedy and a zany cast of characters, he transforms an empty stage into pure hilarity!  A hysterically funny experience that audiences of all ages will relate to.  Supporting immigrants has never been more fun.

May 21, 2022 at 7 P.M.
Trinity United Methodist Church, 361 Sumner Ave., Springfield MA
Tickets are $20 and may be purchased here in the near future.

10th Birthday Party: Call for Volunteers

Our biggest in-person event of the year will be our 10th Birthday Party this summer, celebrating a decade of service to immigrants.  There will be food!  There will be cake!  There will be music!  There will be gratitude and inspiration!

The party will occur on a Sunday afternoon in late July or early August.  Stay tuned for location, exact date, and ticket information. 

An event like this will only be possible with the participation of a large and diverse group of volunteers.  Even if your event-planning muscles (or actual muscles) are a bit weak from disuse, please consider joining our team.  A wide range of skills are needed, from cooking to publicity to tech support. 

To volunteer, please email as soon as possible.  Remote volunteering options are available.

Thanks in advance for helping our immigrant neighbors access desperately-needed legal aid and peace of mind.  See you at the party!

Did You Know?

Our 10th anniversary "10 for 10" Campaign is still live!  Sign up for monthly donations of at least $10/ month, and your gift will be matched through the end of 2022.

Please donate now for the maximum match and maximum benefit for immigrants.  Simply click here or on the "10 for 10" icon below to be taken to our campaign donation site.


We wish all our friends a Happy Easter, Happy Passover,
Ramadan Mubarak, and happy spring!


For more information about New England JFON, please visit our website.

We welcome volunteers of all skill levels to join our team.  Click here to view volunteer opportunities and indicate your interest.

We appreciate and welcome your support of our mission and our clients. To make a financial contribution, please donate here. You may also send contributions to the address below. Thank you for your support! 
New England Justice for Our Neighbors
421 Common Street
Belmont, Massachusetts 02478
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