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Spring 2009 Events
Meet new people... have fun... help change the world!

Most of our events are currently in Manhattan, New York City. Events you can join from anywhere in the world are underlined:

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If you have any questions or would like to come to any of these events, please call us Monday - Friday at 1-212-280-0333. Weekend phone number: 1-917-428-1061.

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Chinese Dinner at Joe's Shanghai Restaurant, Chinatown, Thursday, April 23, 7pm
Join Hearts & Minds volunteers, including several from China, as we pick some excellent dishes in a reasonably priced restaurant in Manhattan's Chinatown. Each person pays their share, about $15 not including beverages or dessert.
     You can join us at the Hearts & Minds office, where we'll set out promptly at 5:45pm, or you can meet us at the restaurant at 7 pm.
     For travel directions and lots of favorable reviews see the www.yelp.com web page on this restaurant.
     Please let us know in advance, so we can reserve a place for you at the Hearts & Minds table: 212-280-0333.

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Seniors for Change  |  Top of Page
More info on this program: www.change.net/seniors

Wednesday, January 21 and Thursday, March 26 from 10:30 am -12:00 noon at ARC XVI Senior Center, Washington Heights

Logo for Our World - Our Future: Youth For Change links to information about the programYouth for Change  |  Top of Page
More info on this program: www.change.net/youth

Thursday, April 30, 4 - 6 pm: assembly on ending global poverty and the End Poverty Walkathon at Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center

Friday, May 1, 4 - 6 pm: art program for middle school students at Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center

Hearts & Minds End Poverty Campaign logo links to more on how you can help END extreme hunger and poverty worldwideFundraising and Outreach Events  |  Top of Page
For the End Poverty Campaign and all our public service work.

49,000 innocent people die every day from poverty related causes.

Together, we can stop this silent annihilation. For a safer, more just and sustainable world.

The End Poverty Campaign is a public education and advocacy campaign. We're working to raise public support to help millions of people lift themselves from extreme poverty.

Tabling for the End Poverty Walkathon, Friday, April 17, 7 pm -10:30 pm
Help recruit participants and donors for our Walkathon (pls. see below). At Cielo Bar, over 21 only please and please reserve with Hearts & Minds before attending.

End Poverty Walkathon planning and fundraising how-to meetings: at our office or by phone. Call first to arrange please:

  • Thursday, April 30, 7 pm - 8 pm
  • Monday, May 4, 7 pm - 8 pm
  • Wednesday, May 6, 4 pm - 5 pm
  • Also available by request, including at other locations outside our office for groups of at least 15 in Manhattan, 25 in other NYC boroughs

Walkathon  |  Top of Page
The second annual End Poverty Walkathon is 2pm on Sunday, May 17 in Manhattan's scenic Hudson River Park. You can also participate from anywhere.

Contact us online to register or call 1-212-280-0333. You might also like to join one of our planning, fundraising how-to meetings: Fundraising and Outreach Events


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