Hunger Action Day Training May 11April 27th, 2011
by Colleen Rivecca
On Tuesday May 17, St. Anthony’s will join anti-hunger advocates from around California to talk to our state lawmakers on Hunger Action Day! This year’s theme is: “FACE HUNGER – California’s Real Deficit!”
At St. Anthony’s we’ve seen significant increases in the amount of food we’re serving in our free dining room: our numbers are up 10% compared to last year. As the numbers of people in need of free meals at St. Anthony’s dining room increases, we realize that speaking out about hunger is more important than ever. We will be holding a training for our guests, volunteers, and community members to prepare for Hunger Action Day by learning about anti-hunger issues in California. The training will be on Wednesday May 11, 2011 at 2:30 pm at 150 Golden Gate Ave. If you’re interested in attending, please contact Celina Sutton at 415-592-2728 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Hunger Action Day is an opportunity for regular Californians to talk to policy makers about hunger issues affecting their communities. This year, we’ll be discussing:
If you’re interested in joining us in Sacramento on May 17, please contact Celina Sutton at 415-592-2728 or email@example.com to reserve a seat on our bus. Thanks to support from California Hunger Action Coalition, transportation is provided free for all participants.