Oregon Webinar on 2010 Offering of letters – 3/8 @ 7pm

February 27, 2010 at 8:02 pm Leave a comment

Oregon Webinar: Advocating Loaves and Fishes: Helping Families Make Ends Meet
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Bridging the gap between low wages and life’s basic necessities like food, medicine, and housing is a struggle for hard working parents now more than ever. Bread for the World’s 2010 Offering of Letters Campaign will focus on the erosion of income by supporting tax credits that help millions of American workers support themselves and their families.

At Bread for the World, our job is to make sure you have the tools to be effective anti-hunger advocates. This webinar is part of our effort to make Bread’s resources more accessible to everyone. What is a webinar? Think of it as a conference call, but in addition to being on the phone, you’ll be able to see the presentation we’ll be doing on your computer at your home or office. Join us for this webinar and learn ways you and your friends, church and campus colleagues, and others can help reduce poverty and hunger.

Registration is free, and after you register, we’ll send you simple instructions on how to participate using our toll-free conference call number and how to login online.

Date: Monday, March 8, 2010
Time: 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

If you’d like to attend this event you can RSVP online.

Once you have reservations, you can still click Sign Me Up to increase or decrease the number of people in your party (subject to availability).

To register online, goto:

http://act.bread.org/site/Calendar/1226245181?view=Detail&id=101881  

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