Learn about the Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF) broad-based organizing approach
to social change and connect with diverse neighbors.
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Pizza will be served
St. Thomas Episcopal Church
2201 Dexter Street
Denver, CO 80287
The West / Southwest region of the Industrial Areas Foundation is a network of broad-based organizations building power to revitalize our democracy for constructive social and economic change. Our mission is to build organizations that are “universities of public life,” dedicated to developing citizens in the fullest sense: participants in our democracy and agents in the creation of a more just society. Founded in 1940, the Industrial Areas Foundation is the nation’s largest and longest-standing community organizing network.
RSVP Requested: Please register below. For more information, contact IAF-Colorado Intern
Kari Casey-Collins, firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-263-2347.
Free visitor parking is available in the church lot on the corner of East 22nd Ave. and Dexter St.
This event is co-sponsored by the Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF), St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Colorado Education Association (CEA), and Iliff School of Theology.