If you are a person with a disability, living in poverty or struggling to make ends meet, then we want to hear from you!
- What are the challenges you face?
- What ideas do you have on how governments can reduce poverty?
- What actions can we take for people with disabilities?
“Ending Poverty Workshop”
Date: Wednesday, September 17, 2008
Time: 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Place: 188 Lowther Avenue – Walmer Centre – “Lower Hall”
(attached to Walmer Road Baptist Church)
Intersection: Spadina Avenue & Bloor Street West
Subway: Spadina Station on Bloor-Danforth
Subway line is wheelchair accessible.
Lunch and tokens will be provided. Disability accommodations and child care will be provided as requested. This is a scent-free workshop.
Enrolment is limited. To register please call Theresa at 416-482-8255 ext 229 before Friday September 12, 2008.
Please indicate any disability accommodations you may need and whether you need childcare when you call.
Your ideas for ending poverty will become part of a report to government and the community to help build an effective poverty reduction strategy in Ontario.
This workshop is 1 of 10 organized by CAMPAIGN 2000 and the Income Security Advocacy Centre across Ontario, with funding from Metcalf Foundation.