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Skills Building Webinar, Part 3 of 5: Fundraising

February 11, 2014

We live in a world where money for campaigns, banners, educational materials, speakers, transportation/conference registration scholarships, etc. does not grow on trees. Darn it!

Like all movements that have made positive change in our history, it requires activists who know how to advocate for an issue targeting the correct person(s) in power to effect a policy change. To make our voices heard, to become educated and empowered as an advocate, it requires fundraising.

Learn how to utilize your current network, local community, and the media to promote your cause while raising funds!

SPSR students should strongly consider attending this particular webinar to learn how to fundraise for the SPSR Meet-Up this May in Iowa or for the IPPNW International Peace Bike Tour, Student Congress, and 21st World Congress in Kazakhstan this August.

Time: 5:30 p.m. PST / 7:30 p.m. CST / 8:30 p.m. EST
Featured speaker: Michelle Gin, PSR National Student Coordinator, IPPNW 2014 Bike Tour Organizer and IPPNW National Student Representative for the U.S.
More information: Please contact Michelle Gin (National Student Coordinator) at

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Call in number: 1 (805) 309-0033
Access Code: 354-799-829

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