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Step Up Silicon Valley, Poverty Simulation and Dialogue

  • Friday, April 22, 2011
  • 8:00 AM - 12:59 PM
  • Cisco Systems, 225 W. Tasman, Building J, San Jose, CA

Step Up Silicon Valley, Campaign to Cut Poverty extends a special invitation to HTP members to attend the Poverty Simulation and Dialogue on April 22nd at Cisco.

The Step Up Poverty Simulation is sponsored by American Leadership Forum.  John Morgridge from Cisco is participating, as well as Emmett Carson of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, Francis Lee, Chairman of Synaptic, and Beverly Johnson of San Mateo County Human Services.

Poverty Simulation is a tool that educates about the day-to-day realities of life with a shortage of money and an abundance of stress. During the simulation, participants role play the lives of low income families trying to maintain their self-sufficiency. Although is uses "play" money, props and fictional scenarios, it is not a game but enables participants to view the real world of poverty.

This is an opportunity for local businesses to participate in an important process as well as to engage with others doing good work in our communities.

You are invited to attend and to register http://www.alfsv.org/index.php?src=forms&id=RSVP&eventid=246
Step Up Silicon Valley Poverty Simulation and Dialogue

WHEN: April 22, 2011; 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
WHERE: Cisco Systems, Inc. 255 W. Tasman (between Champion and Vista Montana off of Tasman) Building J, San Jose
WHAT? For more information, contact Andrea Faiss at afaiss@alfsv.org or 408-554-2000

(Note: this is not a Hometown Peninsula sponsored event)

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