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Drawing of house and stick figures of family Please let us keep our home and our family together
Drawing by Keily Rodriguez, Lynn, MA.



Need help?

If you are a Lynn resident facing eviction or foreclosure, we are here to help.

Please come to a housing justice meeting to hear about our group, to learn more about your rights, and to find support as you fight to stay in your home.

Our meetings are every Thursday, 6:30 pm. We are currently holding meetings via video conference and phone. Please email info@LynnEmpowerment.org or text or call 781-346-9199 for details.

If you need help or more information about the meetings, or if you have an urgent question, call 781-346-9199.



Español

Si usted vive en Lynn y tiene un problema con desalojo o ejecucción hipotecaría, estamos aquí a apoyarle.

Tenemos reuniones cada jueves, 6:30 de la noche, en 112 Exchange Street Lynn MA 01901 (en la esquina de Broad Street y Exchange Street).

Si necesita más información, o si tiene una pregunta muy urgente, llámanos al 781-346-9199. 




Census 2020


Complete the census online on this website:
 https://my2020census.gov/

Or complete the census by phone:
For English call 844-330-2020
Spanish: 844-468-2020
Haitian Creole: 844-477-2020
Portuguese: 844-474-2020
Russian: 844-417-2020
Arabic: 844-416-2020
Vietnamese: 844-461-2020
More languages: see this page






Voting information

Vote by mail!

Because of COVID-19, this is the safest and easiest option for many people. In 2020, you do not need any "excuse" to vote by mail – EVERY VOTER in Massachusetts the right to vote by mail.

To vote by mail:
  1. Send in a request for an absentee ballot to your local election  office (see below).
  2. They will then send you a ballot  in the mail.
  3. You fill out the ballot and then send it back by the deadline, using a pre-stamped, pre-addressed envelope that will be provided. If you have questions, check out this FAQ page from the Secretary of State.

How to apply to vote by mail:

  • If you received a vote by mail application in the mail, you can fill it out and send it back to the local election office.
  • You can download and print a form, fill it out, and mail it in to the local election office.
  • Or you can use the easy tool below to request a ballot over the internet - no printer or stamp required!

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We need your help to stop unjust evictions and foreclosures, develop social justice leaders, and strengthen local grassroots social justice movements.

Donate online / Donar por internet

Click here to donate online using our page at Action Network. [ Haz clic aquí para donar por internet usando su tarjeta de crédito.]

Donate by check, mail / Donar por cheque, correo

  1. Make check payable to "City Life" [Hacer cheque pagable a "City Life"]
  2. Write "Lynn United Empowerment" on memo line [Escribe "Lynn United Empowerment" en línea de "memo"]
  3. Drop off or mail the check to... [Traiga o envíe su cheque a...]:
    Lynn United for Change Empowerment Project, 112 Exchange Street, Lynn MA 01901



About

The Lynn United for Change Empowerment Project brings together immediate battles against unjust eviction and foreclosure with the longer term struggle for social justice. We provide Lynn residents with the  support, advice, and information they need in order to effectively address their own individual problems while also becoming active participants in collective efforts to deal with the root causes of social problems.

We seek to provide the space, training, and tools for Lynn residents from diverse backgrounds to develop leadership as active participants in the broader social justice movement.

Our housing justice work began in response to the foreclosure crisis and -- in collaboration with community partners, volunteers, and allied organizations -- has played a key role in the development of a vibrant movement for housing justice that brings together an extremely diverse range of homeowners and tenants.

The Lynn United for Change Empowerment Project encourages civic engagement among the people it serves, but does not attempt to influence legislation as a substantial part of its activities and does not participate in any campaign activity for or against political candidates.



Funders

We are grateful for the critical support of funders including: