Our Food, Our Forests, Our Climate: a benefit for Rainforest Action Network
Tuesday, May 21, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)
Go behind the scenes with Anna Lappé, national bestselling author and food activist, and Lindsey Allen, Acting Executive Director of Rainforest Action Network, for an intimate and lively conversation about the connections between the environmental movement and the food movement.
Anna and Lindsey will share recent triumphs and challenges and exciting new campaigns, including The Problem with Palm Oil. You'll learn about the ecological, climate, and human toll of the palm oil found in everything from granola bars to Girl Scouts cookies—and what we can do about it.
Join us for this special evening and learn about your connection to this urgent issue and how to connect with an international movement to take action.
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
VIP reception 5:30 | Doors open 6:30 | Talk begins 7:00 p.m.
Rembrandt Yard, 1301 Spruce St., Boulder, CO
This event would not be possible without our growing community of sponsors - THANK YOU!
Movement Catalyzers: The Israel Family,Ginny Jordan
Rainforest Defenders: Sallie Smith & Jim Butterworth
Eco-Advocates: Tova Jacober & Aaron Claman, 23rd Studios/Paul Talbot, Sue Thompson
Locavores: Lisa Drake & Scott Woodard, Rabbi Tirzah Firestone & David Friedman, John Powers, Margo King & John Steiner
To learn more about sponsorship levels and benefits, check out the descriptions above or contact Jeri Howland at email@example.com. You can also contact us to make alternate arrangments for payment if you wish to avoid Eventbrite fees.
All proceeds benefit Rainforest Action Network
The value of the goods and services you will receive in exchange for your contribution is estimated at $15.00 per general admission/student ticket and $50.00 per VIP ticket. The remainder of your gift will be tax deductible. RAN is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and our IRS tax identification number is 94-3045180.
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Rainforest Action Network
Rainforest Action Network, a savvy, hard-hitting environmental action organization, has won more than a dozen landmark commitments from America's largest corporations, including Citi, Home Depot, Goldman Sachs, Kinko's, Boise, Wells Fargo, and Disney.
With some of the most talented environmental agitators in the business, we are committed to running successful campaigns that push companies to balance profits with principles; protect endangered forests and the communities that depend on them; transform North America's dirty energy expansion into a clean energy future; and combat global warming.