We hope you can join us on March 18th for the Temple Beth Am Tikkun Olam Teach-In: Homelessness and Economic Injustice. To register for the lunch and/or Advocacy 101 with Nancy Amidei please go to:
Learn and share what we can do as individuals and as a community to respond to homelessness and economic injustice.
Sunday Morning Forum: The History and Landscape of Homelessness in Washington
10:00 – 11:30 AM
Laurie Lippold, Moderator; Alison Eisinger, Executive Director, Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness; Megan Gibbard, Executive Director, Teen Feed; Bill Block, King County Committee to End Homelessness; and Youth Speaker, the Mockingbird Society
Luncheon and Discussion: Advocacy as Part of the Jewish Directive to Engage in Tikkun Olam
12:00 – 1:00 PM
Led by Rabbi Beth Singer, Senior Rabbi, Temple Beth Am
Pre-order lunch using this form for $8. A limited number of lunches will be available the day of for $10.
Training: Homeless Advocacy 101
1:00 – 3:00 PM
You are guaranteed to leave this training inspired and with tools to impact your legislators and government leaders. Led by Nancy Amidei, Civic Engagement Project, University of Washington
Tikkun Olam Information Fair
9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
An opportunity to learn about our community partners, Temple Beth Am Tikkun Olam committees and programs, volunteer opportunities and advocacy efforts.
You are welcome to come to all or part of the Teach-In. Sign up for Lunch and Advocacy 101 is required. Sponsored by: Temple Beth Am Tikkun Olam Committee. Email email@example.com with any questions.