Turnbull Center, 555 West Pensacola St., Tallahassee, FL 32301
The “Imagining Freedom Culinary Tasting” is a casual dining event to raise awareness about both labor and sex trafficking in the Big Bend. Food stations, coordinated by Susan Turner and Food Glorious Food, will feature dishes that are slavery-free and not part of food chains that include trafficked labor. Experts will provide insights and answer questions about trafficking and will offer concrete ways guests can help victims of human trafficking.
Audience: Executive Directors, Board members, and General Public
The mixer serves as "speed dating" for those who are interested in serving on the board of a nonprofit organization. Both existing and rising leaders in the community will have the opportunity to mix, mingle and "court" participating nonprofits for the mutual opportunity to serve. Once registered, please complete the questionnaire so that we can pre-plan for your perfect match.
Join the FSU College of Social Work on Friday, March 29, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. for a panel discussion titled "The Impact of Poverty and Community Resources."
Tim Center, Esq., CEO, Capital Area Community Action Agency
Freddy Branham, ED, ECHO Outreach Ministries
Deborah Lloyd, ED, Good News Outreach
Tyler Shannon, Case Manager, FSU Dean of Students Department
This panel discussion brings together local agencies and experts to discuss the prevalence and impact of poverty in the Big Bend area, and explore how these agencies address the poverty that impacts their clients specifically. Students and faculty are invited to come and dialogue with panelists. Refreshments will be provided.