Friday, September 24, 2010

Calgary`s “Hope in the Cities” Campaign

Join us for a
Continental Breakfast and Fundraiser
to Launch

Calgary`s “Hope in the Cities” Campaign

Keynote Speaker: Rob Corcoran - International speaker on honest conversations and trustbuilding between ethnic, racial and religious groups, and building peace across the world’s divides.

BREAKFAST:
Saturday, October 16, 2010
9:30 a.m. - Noon
Kahanoff Centre
Room 201, 1202 Centre Street S.E.
Calgary, Alberta
Cost: $15.00/person (advance purchase)
(food by Ethnicity)

Rob is also offering the following workshop:

Trustbuilding Training Workshop
1:00 – 4:30 p.m.
Kahanoff Centre
Room 201, 1202 Centre Street S.E.
Calgary, Alberta
Cost: $50.00/person (lunch included @ 12:00 Noon)
(advance purchase only)
Save! to attend both the morning fundraiser and the afternoon Trustbuilding Workshop, the special price will be $55.00 total.

Limited seating, so we ask that you please RSVP
by Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Rob Corcoran has facilitated dialogue,reconciliation and partnerships among diverse and polarized racial, ethnic, and religious groups in an array of locales in Europe, South Africa, India, Australia and the United States.

Rob is the U.S. national director of Initiatives of Change and founder of Hope in the Cities, which models honest conversation and sustained partnerships across traditional boundaries. He has lived with his family in Richmond, VA for 30 years.

He has a new book “Trust- building: An Honest Conversation on Race, Reconciliation, and Responsibility”.

For tickets:
E-mail: iofc.calgary@ca.iofc.org
Phone: (403) 270-0975

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Multi-Faith Walk to End Family Violence

Step together. Stop abuse.

Sunday, September 26th, 2010
1:00 pm
Eau Claire Market
Calgary, Alberta

The Multi-Faith Walk to End Family Violence calls attention to the valuable and powerful role that people of faith have in ending violence in our families. Family violence knows no boundaries – it happens in all religious, social, cultural, economic and age groups.

By walking and talking together in the Multi-Faith Walk, individuals, families and faith communities declare their united commitment to ending violence and abuse in families. We invite members of all faith groups and persuasions to participate.

For more information, please contact:
Alexandra Sears,
Community Development Coordinator, FaithLink
P: 403.283.3013 ext. 241
E: asears@endviolence.ca