Second Advocacy Training Workshop at The Food Bank
The Food Bank is hosting another
Advocacy Training Workshop
Thurs., April 13, 2017 | 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.The Food Bank (97 N. Hatfield Rd., Hatfield, MA)Light dinner will be served
The first advocacy training workshop held on March 20 was such a popular event, we’re holding a second date. Be active and let our elected officials know what issues are important to you, including advocating to end hunger in western Massachusetts.
At the workshop, you will learn:
The basics of the legislative process
How to effectively influence the public policy process
How to communicate with legislators (instructed by Congressional staff)
Space for this event is limited.Registration is required by completing this form or by calling Michelle Geoffroy at (413) 247-9738 ext. #148.
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