One of the most impactful opportunities to serve and make a difference, is being an intentional friend and ally for an individual experiencing poverty and food insecurity! This is really what this small revolution of kindness is all about. If you’d like to learn how to better help our neighbors, register for the April 29 Bridges Out of Poverty workshop at: Workshops.CommonHeart.org
The workshop is open to all Common Heart volunteers & partners Saturday, April 29 from 8:45 am-4:30 pm at South Piedmont Community College in Monroe. Cost is $100 and includes lunch, snacks, Bridges Out of Poverty book and training materials. It is especially valuable if you volunteer as a Cupboard Ally, or would like to become an Ally to our Getting Ahead graduates. (More information coming on this new volunteer opportunity.) Here is the flyer for the upcoming workshop.
The Bridges Out of Poverty workshop helps to create more empowering, relationships between people with different life experiences. It helps agencies, churches, and businesses who interact with those experiencing poverty & food insecurity to create better outcomes for our friends.
The last time we offered a full Bridges Day One workshop was in 2019. Join us for this paradigm- shifting experience that will impact your heart and head! Click here for more information or to register for the Bridges Out of Poverty workshop on Saturday, April 29!
The workshop will be taught by Keith Adams, Common Heart Executive Director and certified Bridges trainer.