Wine, Dine and (L)EARN

Become, Inc and the GAGDC Present:

Tuesday - March 18, 2014

On March, 18th, we will be hosting the fourth Wine, Dine, and (L)EARN event. The momentum is growing as we work together in creating a powerful, holistic movement to end oppression in Chicago. This is a movement to revolutionize the way nonprofits, business leaders, community activists, and citizens of Chicago work.

Please RSVP below and try to bring 2 other people ready to build a community of action that will blanket the city.

The event is for nonprofit managers, founders, executive directors, directors and board members, local business and community leaders and anyone who believes that it is time to change our city for the better from within.

Come with your burning questions, your passion and be ready to connect with other like minded people.

Wine, Dine and (L)EARN

Tuesday, March 18th, 5:30-7:30pm

7801 South State Street

Chicago, IL

This is a FREE event. For tickets and more information, visit the event page on Eventbrite.

Presented by Become, Inc and GAGDC

About Become, Inc

Our mission is to help communities reach their potential by amplifying the impact of resources (e.g., nonprofits, schools, faith-based institutions). We do this through training, education, coalition building, and Dynamic Evaluation. We work to inspire community involvement on all levels. We are committed to creating thriving communities for a socially just world.

We are not only an organization but we are also a partner, visionary, and catalyst. We come together with communities that are marginalized and organizations to create the reality that they want and need. We see the flaws in the systems that exist today but also the value inherent within each person, group, organization, community, and society. We invoke those strengths and assets to build or realize something greater until we achieve social justice, thriving people, and ultimately thriving communities.

About the Greater Auburn Gresham Development Corporation

GAGDC fosters and promotes the revitalization of the community by designing and implementing programs that improve the community’s economic viability; increase availability of quality housing to people of different income levels, while maintaining and improving existing affordable housing; and enhance delivery of social services, particularly to youth and senior citizens.