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Dress Responsibly Dinner Chat@Taberna del Alabardero

Fashion Fights Poverty

Saturday, June 4, 2016 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT)

Dress Responsibly Dinner Chat@Taberna del Alabardero

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Fashion Fights Poverty Dress Responsibly Dinner Chat is a monthly networking dinner event to promote discussion and create awareness about fair trade, fair wage, social responsibility, eco and ethical fashion business practices over a casual meal.

Each month, we host dinner events at select posh restaurants throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan area and include special guest speakers from the fashion industry and non-profit sectors.

Our dinner event series serves as a leading resource of information for local consumers looking to become more socially aware and social responsible.

What your will learn at each dinner event

  • How to identify eco-sustainable or ethical fabrics, products, brands, retailers
  • Demonstration of social responsible practices
  • How to establish socially responsible businesses
  • Get to know local eco-ethical industry leaders

FFP Dress Responsibly Dinner Chat offers a unique opportunity to take action and become more socially aware of how you purchase. We are focused on developing relationships, educating and collaborating.
Join us for an education and fun dinner chat with new friends, and participate in panel style Q & A discussion.

APRIL 2015 DINNER CHAT
HOW TO IDENTIFY ECO-SUSTAINABLE OR ETHICAL PRODUCTS, BRANDS, RETAILERS.

  • Date: April 4, 2016
  • Time: 6:30PM - 9:30PM (6:30PM - 7:30PM: Cocktail hour; 7:30PM: Dinner start & Q & A Discussion led by Edward Soule, Professior at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business .
  • Join Fashion Poverty and Georgetown Professor Edward Soule for an educational and fun dinner chat and participate in  a casual Q&A discussion. Professor Edward Soule is an Associate Professor at Georgetown University's McDonough Schoool of Business and has taught numerous courses in managerial ethics, leadership and corporate social responsibility. He is currently working on a research project with Kate Spade's social enterprise on purposeOn purpose is a new label within Kate Spade that sources from a supplier in the developing Masoro region of Rwanda. The lable's mission is to transform the Masoro community by employing and empowering its primary agents of change Women Space is limited so please register ahead of time  
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  • Location: Taberna del Alabardero
    1776 I St. NW 
    Washington, DC 20006
  • Cost: $55 per person The event is free. There is no cost to attend this event, but you are responsible for the cost of your own meal and drink(s).
  • Price: $55/per person for pre-fixed dinner and drinks (tax and gratuity not included)

Pre-fixed Menu:

Entrees

PAELLA de Pollo or PAELLA Vegetariano or RAELLA Valenciana

Dessert

                                                               Flan De Queso Al Pedro Ximinez or Crema Catalana

                                                                                                     Drinks

                                                                               Soft drinks and Red and White Sangria

 

Have questions about Dress Responsibly Dinner Chat@Taberna del Alabardero? Contact Fashion Fights Poverty

When & Where


Taberna del Alabardero
1776 I St. NW
Washington, DC 20006

Saturday, June 4, 2016 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT)


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Fashion Fights Poverty

Fashion Fights Poverty is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization that raises awareness for initiatives that encourage and support creative, effective, and sustainable means of challenging poverty. FFP believes that the industries of fashion, textiles, and design offer unique and effective opportunities for designers, artisans, and consumers alike to contribute to the alleviation of poverty through trade, skill building, community empowerment and consumer awareness.

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