Do you or your Vincentian organization want to help find creative ways of systemically addressing poverty on local, regional and global levels? The Vincentian Family Collaborative Action Program (VFCAP) can help!
Since its inception in 2013, VFCAP has motivated over 700 Vincentian Family members in 20 countries to harness the power of collaboration. In Ethiopia, for example, a national Vincentian Family coordinating team was formed to promote collaboration and to inaugurate an International Association of Charity (AIC) group. In the Philippines, Vincentian Family members worked together on water pumps for victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
As a host branch of the Vincentian Family, you would organize and invite various other Vincentian Family members from your area to a session which runs for three days, typically on a Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. VFCAP would provide the facilitators/presenters. The host’s responsibility would be to provide a meeting place, access to accommodation for participants, food, technology, printing of materials, and publicity, as well as room, board and expenses for facilitators.
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For details, those interested can contact me by email or phone:
Sr. Margaret O’Dwyer, DC
Bayside, Queens, New York
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