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Give the Gift of ¡Claro que Se Puede!
By LUPE, December 10, 2013

The season of giving is here. Get a great gift and advance your progressive values at the same time! Donate to La Union del Pueblo Entero and receive a farmworker movement holiday gift – and give the gift of ¡Claro que Se Puede! this holiday season.


Make a donation of $50 to $99 and receive Proyecto de Amor, a 15 track CD with the inspirational song ¡Claro que Se Puede! featuring Carlos Santana, Willie Nelson, Ramon Ayala and more. Donate now.

¡Claro Que Se Puede! is an inspiration song that blends historic sounds of the farmworker movement with the modern sounds of Carlos Santana, Los Lonely Boys and more. It captures the spirit of the movement for immigrant rights, one rooted in our varied histories and traditions, and coming together in celebration of one another.

Make a bigger impact by donating $100 to $299 and we’ll send you a Proyecto de Amor DVD with videos of the inspirational song ¡Claro que Se Puede! including English, Spanish, Rock en Español, Norteño and Pop Rock versions. These videos include farmworker movement figures like Dolores Huerta alongside popular recording artists like Ramon Ayala and Los Lonely Boys.

Donate to LUPE and receive a farmworker movement gift — Donate today.

Donations of $300 or more will receive an acoustic nylon string guitar autographed by Dolores Huerta! This beautiful guitar signed with ¡Sí Se Puede! is the perfect holiday gift for that socially conscious musician in your life.

As a bonus to you, each donation of $50 or more will be entered into a raffle for a Proyecto de Amor CD autographed by Ramon Ayala!

Donate to LUPE and receive one of these farmworker movement gifts — Donate today.

All gifts while supplies last. Don't wait!

La Unión del Pueblo Entero (LUPE) is a community organization based in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas. More posts


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