Partners - Advocacy
Concerned about poverty and hunger on a global scale, but not sure how to take make a difference at the local level? The Oxfam Action Corps provides a way to change the big picture, starting with your local community, and we’re looking for committed people from your area to join today! The Oxfam Action Corps is a group of dedicated volunteers in more than a dozen US cities who campaign with Oxfam in their neighborhoods, at town events, and concerts. Anyone can join! In addition, two volunteers from each city will come to Washington DC for an Oxfam training in advocacy and organizing. To sign up, go to: http://www.oxfamactioncorps.org/oxfam_action_corps_application The deadline to apply is Saturday, March 14.
http://www.strongun.org/ Come to our next monthly meeting - open to the public – bring friends. Important issues facing the United Nations - no charge – RSVP 617 233-6071. CSUN Membership Meeting - Thursday, Nov. 13, 2008 - 6:15pm at the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee meeting room, 689 Massachusetts Avenue, (The Citizen’s Bank Building), Central Square Cambridge. Next to the Central Square Cambridge Red Line MBTA Station — See info below for FREE parking nearby - If you get there late call 617 233-6071 – we will come down. REFRESHMENTS
Janet S. Domenitz MASSPIRG Executive Director JanetD@masspirg.org; http://www.MASSPIRG.org
Jonathan Pearson (Micronesia 87 -89) Advocacy Coordinator; National Peace Corps Association 1900 L Street NW, Suite 404 Washington, DC 20036 202-293-7728 ext. 21 fax: 202-293-7554 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.rpcv.org/advocacy Check out our blog, Peace Corps Polyglot For more information on NPCA Advocacy, visit the Advocacy Network webpage at http://www.rpcv.org/advocacy.