What: Neighbor Helping Neighbor Forum Neighborhood leaders and residents will receive a resource guide, hear panel discussions on some of the issues and complexities of helping neighbors on a ground level, and participation in a forum to create recommendations to city staff and elected officials that would help create a better resource system.
When: Saturday, July 16, 2022
Doors open at 10:30am, panels start at 11:00am, the roundtable starts at 2:15pm
Where: Laurel Heights United Methodist Church at 227 W. Woodlawn
Who: Neighborhood leaders and residents across San Antonio, city staff, nonprofits, and elected officials.
T1NC, neighborhood residents, city staff, and elected officials will participate in a day focused on some of the issues and complexities of helping neighbors at the ground level to create a better system of communication and delivery of city services and resources to vulnerable residents. Most importantly, this forum will help neighborhood leaders and residents help those who are vulnerable in our communities. This is a bottom-up approach to caring for our neighbors.
These four panel topics will be made up of community members, organizations, and city representatives speaking to the heart of the concerns. We'll end in a roundtable that everyone is invited to participate in and for the discussion of how these issues are relevant to budget and policy.
Take home materials will be available. Refreshments will be provided (Sponsored by District 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 and 9 Council Offices.)
Co Chairs: Cynthia Spielman and Christina Wright
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