Changing the Systems 101: Ending Hunger

May 19, 2018

9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Krannert Hall, IIC 1100 W. 42nd St. Indianapolis IN 46208

$20

Truly ending hunger means changing its systems—Bread for the World, Indy Hunger Network, and Women4Change Indiana are joining forces to present this class on changing the systems that impact hunger. The end of hunger is within our grasp! Everyone has a part to play, and hunger cannot be ended without our government playing its part. Hunger advocates can make a major difference by helping our elected officials understand how policies and priorities can help end hunger. In this course, we’ll explore the key skills and best practices needed in making systems change.

The class will take place at the Indiana Interchurch Center, 1100 W 42nd Street, Indianapolis
Cost – $20, scholarship support available.
Lunch and snacks will be provided.

The lead facilitator will be Dr. David Miner, past Board Chair of Bread for the World and of Indy Hunger Network.

TO BE ADDED TO THE CLASS, call or email one of the below contacts:
Kate Howe 317-417- 0549 kate@indyhunger.org
Dave Miner 317-691- 7438 dminer145@aol.com

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