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CNC Education Fund is a 501(c)(3) organization committed to achieving environmental, economic, and socially just public policy for working class families in the rural areas of California.

Founded in February 2011, CNCEF provides public education on policy issues relevant to rural areas of California including health, immigration, environmental justice, workers rights, civil and human rights.

CNCEF currently implements an integrated leadership development and mass non-partisan voter engagement strategy serving Merced, Stanislaus, Fresno, Tulare, Riverside and Imperial Counties. 


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CNC Education Fund Upcoming Monthly Volunteer Canvass August 19th!!

All CNC offices in Sacramento, Merced, Fresno and Coachella will be canvassing on August 19th 2017 from 9am to 2pm! Stay tuned fore more information and live updates !!

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CNC EDUCATION FUND'S "STATE OF WOMEN IN PUBLIC POLICY" SIGNIFICANT FIRST STEP

The inaugural planning meeting concluded with women committing to apply to be appointed on one of the more than 150 vacant  non-partisan Merced and Stanislaus County boards and commissions. Read more 


 

The march toward district elections for City Council members got a bit easier when Gov. Jerry Brown last month signed legislation allowing leaders of most cities to make the change without going to a vote of the people. Riverbank will cancel that part of the process, previously aimed at November...

By Anthony Thigpenn Californians having been living with scarcity for so long that it’s become natural for us to assume that our teachers will scrape together whatever they can for our classrooms, that libraries will be open only a couple of hours a day, that our communities won’t have what...

CNC Education Fund was Cc'd this morning on a March 14, 2015 letter from the Mexican American Legal Education and Defense Fund (MALDEF) addressed to the city councilmembers, mayor, and city manager of the City of Riverbank.  The letter embedded in it's entirety below addresses a "Notice Regarding Non-English Speakers" on page...