Advocacy Retooled is an innovative anti-hunger and poverty advocacy toolkit targeted at community level anti-hunger leaders designed to communicate the importance of advocacy work in eradicating hunger and poverty, and to present a hands-on, engaging approach to advocacy.
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Publication tags: Field Reports - Advocacy and Education, Advocacy and Education Tools/Toolkits, Emergency Food Network, Food Banks - Advocates (including legal advocates), Community Members
Patience, a Washington, D.C. native, graduated with honors in 2003 from Hampton University where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing. At Hampton, Patience was inducted into the Student Leadership Program where she served on the community service and public relations committees. She has worked on a variety of issues including homelessness, education, and financial security. In 2002, she developed a funding and grant writing program for Six House, a Christian-based non-profit organization.
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Sarah, a New Jersey native, graduated from Wellesley College in 2003 with a degree in Urban Studies and a concentration in Education. She has been active in a variety of community issues, including tutoring under-performing elementary school students and residents of a Family Shelter in Cambridge, Massachusetts. During a semester at Trinity College, Sarah helped to establish and coordinate an after-school tutoring program at a shelter in Hartford and served as the Community Outreach/Public Relations Chair for the Hunger and Homelessness Campaign.
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