On Wednesday, October 17th, 2018, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., A Wider Circle will be hosting the 2018 Forum on Ending Poverty at the National Press Club.
Want to learn how one nonprofit organization is saving the state of Massachusetts $11,000,000 each year by preventing evictions and homelessness?
Or how one teacher completely changed the culture and consciousness at a low-income school in Philadelphia?
Or how we can take real steps toward great racial equality and economic opportunity?
From Boston to Philadelphia to Washington, D.C., this event will feature leaders who are building initiatives and creating solutions at a powerful level.
The Forum will highlight some of the most impactful work in education and in homelessness prevention, while also focusing on racial equality and economic opportunity.
A Wider Circle will host the 2018 Forum on Ending Poverty at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, October 17, 2018, a day recognized by the United Nations as the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty.
You will have a chance to ask questions and engage interactively with the speakers and panel!
* Linda Cliatt-Wayman, Author of Lead Fearlessly, Love Hard; former Principal, Strawberry Mansion High School
* Matt Pritchard, President and Executive Director, HomeStart*
* Panel discussion on Racial Equality and Economic Opportunity:
- George Jones, CEO, Bread for the City
- Leigh Tivol, Vice President for Strategy and Engagement, Prosperity Now
Be part of a special event that will elevate the movement to eradicate poverty and help you to see how you can be part of it.
For free registration, click here. For questions or more information, please email Kyle Le at firstname.lastname@example.org.