Metro Detroit 2011 Offering Of Letters Workshop
Saturday, March 5
9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
At Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Royal Oak, Michigan
As change happens on the political scene in Washington, DC, one constant
is our need to speak out for hungry people here and around the world.
Bread for the World’s 2011 Offering of Letters campaign is well
chosen, with bipartisan appeal and momentum already building. This year we will urge Congress to make our nation’s foreign
assistance programs better focused on reducing hunger and poverty. More effective assistance translates into more progress
for the world's nearly 1 billion chronically hungry people. See more about the campaign at www.bread.org/ol.
Many issues are competing for congressional attention this year, so the
letters our churches and campuses write will make a big difference in helping foreign aid reform move forward. The administration
and Congress have started the process with Bread’s encouragement; this year we can help make it happen!
Every member of Congress will be essential to bring about more effective
foreign assistance. So come to the Detroit Offering of Letters workshop in Holland. The details are below.
Through multimedia presentations and interactive exercises at the workshop,
you will learn how reforming foreign aid can improve the lives of millions of hungry people.
You’ll go home prepared to share the Offering of Letters in your
church, campus, and/or community so you can be a part of the solution! We hope to see you there.
Date: Saturday, March 5, 2011
Time: 9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Snacks will be on hand - plan to bring a friend for a great way to begin
Larry, Sarah, and Rick on the Dayton Bread team
P.S. Please plan to join us for the National Gathering and Lobby Day June
11-14 in Washington, DC. Details are at www.bread.org/gathering.