- What does the economy do for people?
- What does it do to people?
- How do people participate in it?
- Ordering PEACE COFFEE for your personal home use on a monthly basis.
Ordering PEACE COFFEE for your business or encouraging your employer to do so
- Purchasing Fair Trade items at All Saints Fair Trade Sales.
- Seeking out Fair Trade certified items in your daily shopping.
- Helping with Fair Trade events at All Saints.
To order PEACE COFFEE contact Diane Abeln (612-224-4120 / email@example.com)
HAVE FAITH. END HUNGER.
All Saints is a member-church in Bread for the World, a Christian citizens’ movement, which lobbies our nation’s decision makers for public policies that serve the needs of hungry and poor people in the U.S. and worldwide. Each year, Bread for the World conducts an Offering of Letters campaign, inviting members to communicate with their congressional representatives about a specific issue or piece of legislation.
“BETTER NUTRITION, BETTER TOMORROW” BREAD FOR THE WORLD OFFERING OF LETTERS
Hunger and extreme poverty rates have been nearly cut in half in the last 30 years
thanks to the promotion of global nutrition programs. A strong commitment from the U.S. has been a big part of this success.
Much has been accomplished, but we still have a long way to go.
The weekend of May 4/5, All Saints is participating in the 2019 Bread for the World Offering of Letters – an opportunity for people of faith to communicate with our legislators in Washington about hunger and poverty related issues. This year’s message is “Better Nutrition, Better Tomorrow.” Information is available about Bread for the World, the issues at hand, and how you can contact your elected officials. You are invited to stop by the display in the Gathering Space after Mass and check it out. Information will continue to be available through the Easter Season at the Justice & Service display in the weeks to come.
You can make a difference.