BETTER WORLD EVENTS

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed it’s the only thing that ever has.”
– Margaret Mead, American Anthropologist

Welcome to our 5th year of Better World events!

“How to Make the World a Better Place” is an ongoing program spearheaded by the good folks at Heritage Presbyterian Church, of presentations and learning opportunities for people of all ages in the Benicia community.

Viewpoints expressed in these presentations are those of the presenters and do not constitute any endorsement by Heritage Presbyterian Church.


UPCOMING PRESENTATION: Wednesday, February 15, 7 pm (flyer)

Take Action Against Hunger: How to address hunger, public health, earth care, racial inequity, and food crisis overseas all at once… by reforming the Farm Bill. Featured speaker is David Gist, Senior Organizer for Bread for the World (www.bread.org). David will explain how important the Farm Bill is to programs that help hungry people. He will demonstrate how Bread for the World works through the letters of constituents to lobby Legislators to vote in favor of positive changes to legislation. Hunger is still a significant problem in the U.S. and overseas, despite many groups working to stop it and much know-how on its cause and cure. Hunger prevents many people from enjoying a better world.


FOR ZOOM LINK OR MORE INFORMATION:

Email: betterworldbenicia@gmail.com; phone church at: (707)745-6650.