April 26, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – 8:45 pm
University Congregational United Church of Christ
4515 16th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105
Craig Fjarlie

Please join Bread for the World’s Local Group for a workshop with Bread for the World’s Western Regional Organizer Clark Hansen. Clark’s presentation will center on the latest developments concerning the U.S. federal budget as it relates to hunger programs here and around the world, and how we can effectively advocate for poor and hungry people in this political climate.

Clark has over 20 years’ experience in public policy development and advocacy. His policy expertise is in public finance, health care, and children’s public health. He has worked for Save the Children, the Connecticut State Senate, the Governor of Rhode Island’s budget office and recently retired U.S. Senator Harry Reid.

Bring your questions, ideas and enthusiasm for advocacy on behalf of poor and hungry people here and all over the world. See Bread for the World’s website: www.bread.org. Presentation will be in the Church Lounge. Free Parking on 16th Ave. NE directly across the street from the church. Church entrance is at the main doors on 16th.

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