Friday, October 16, 2015
Sarnia City Hall
Living in poverty reduces a person’s health, limits their education and employment opportunities, affects their mental health and tears away at their dignity & self-respect.
Karen Mathewson – Community Legal Assistance Sarnia
Myles Vanni - The Inn of the Good Shepherd,
Thea deGroot – Citizens for Public Justice Lauren Duncan- Circles
The Federal Government needs to create a national anti-poverty plan and a national affordable housing plan. Join us to urge the parties running in the federal election to implement anti-poverty and affordable housing plans. Join us to let them know poverty in Canada is unacceptable and an affront to Human Rights!
Donate your lunch money or purchase a
Make Poverty History bracelet to support The Inn of the Good Shepherd