DENVER - Hungry for change? Join anti-hunger champions for a full day of cross-sector learning at the Hunger Free Colorado Summit. This year's convening will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 1 at Hangar 61 in Denver.
The third-annual Summit will include a morning keynote, breakout sessions and networking opportunities. Ellen Teller of the Food Research & Action Center will speak in the morning about the Farm Bill, and interactive sessions throughout the day will cover topics such as creative food sourcing, diversity and inclusiveness, branding and collective impact. There will also be an opportunity to learn more about design thinking.
A Hunger Through My Lens exhibit will be on display at the Summit as well, showcasing the project participants' photographs and stories of everyday life with hunger. This new project is facilitated by Hunger Free Colorado to provide a platform for the real-life experts- Coloradans who experience hunger-to reframe and recount their stories.
Space is limited for the Summit, so learn more and register online today at www.HungerFreeColorado.org. The registration fee is $70 for non-profit representatives and $90 for corporations and other attendees. It includes breakfast, lunch and social hour. Some scholarships are available.
Hunger Free Colorado is the state's leading ant-hunger organization leveraging the power of collaboration, policy change, systems change and social change to end hunger in Colorado.
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