Crawfish Boil & Baseball
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- Cortney Home, Fort Worth Texas
Join Need YPO for our first Poverty Lunch and Learn of the year on January 22nd! This quarterly event will feature local young leaders who are championing the effort to end poverty in our community by advocating for a living wage! Please register by January 20th so we have enough food for everyone. We are thrilled to have CCFW's CEO and young leader, Heather Reynolds, speak on some very exciting poverty-ending efforts in our community.
Meet & Greet: 11:45-12:00
Program starts promptly at 12:05 so that we can get you all out before your lunch break ends at 1:00 P.M.!
Need YPO Members attend the lunch for free.
Tickets include a hot meal from Bella Cafe, the opportunity to network with likeminded young professionals in Fort Worth, and a fascinating overview of what poverty really looks like right here in Tarrant County.
We will focus on an exciting new initiative to comprehensively and innovatively tackle poverty in North Texas.
Questions? Just shoot us an e-mail by clicking "Contact the Organizer" in the right sidebar.
Founded in 1910, Catholic Charities Fort Worth (CCFW) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a zealous goal to end poverty in our 28 county diocese. By meeting the needs of children, families, elderly, refugees, and immigrants, regardless of creed, ethnicity or culture, we are able to serve and give hope to over 100,000 individuals and families in need each year. More than 90 cents out of every dollar donated goes directly to provide services through over 40 innovative programs, empowering clients to become self-sufficient.
Our Mission: To provide service to those in need, to advocate compassion and justice in the structures of society, and to call all people of good will to do the same.