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Planting Seeds of Social Change

Logo_2 I would encourage you all to attend the National Student Campaign’s upcoming awesome conference this November 11-13.  Bread for the World is a sponsor of this event and I will be there leading workshops on hunger, ONE, and advocacy as well as staffing a table with good BFW materials.  It’s always a great event with good speakers, workshops, panels, and networking.  You’re surrounded with 300 other students passionate about hunger and homelessness, what more could you ask for?  How about the location being in Seattle, Washington!  As a conference participant, you will learn the most up-to-date information on domestic and international hunger and homelessness related issues and acquire new skills and strategies to organize effective programs and campaigns on your campus and in your local community.  To register or learn more about the conference go to National Student Campaign’s website.  If you’re planning on attending let me know and come visit me at the Bread table or in one of my workshops!

 

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