The needs of the poorest members of our society are getting lost in the budget debates. Click here to ask your representatives to re-focus on the most vulnerable.
Sign on to Join the Circle of Protection Around Programs for the Most Vulnerable in the Budget Debate. In the face of historic deficits, the nation faces unavoidable choices: economic, political—and moral. As Christians, we believe the moral measure of the debate is how the most poor and vulnerable people fare. Click here to read more and sign on.
Click here to sign a letter to President Obama calling for him to re-state his commitment to addressing poverty in the U.S.
The United Church of Christ is calling on people of faith to advocate for financial reform. Click here to take action.
1. Tell a Friend
Get together with a friend and share what you've learned about poverty in the United States on this page, www.nccendpoverty.org
Talk to your faith community about domestic poverty.
Find places to serve in your local community.
Help out at an anti-poverty event.
Ecumenical Work Week for Gulf Coast Restoration will take place July 31-August 6, 2011. Click here to download an information and registration form.
3. Learn More
Use this site to learn about the issues facing economically distressed communities today.
Find opportunities to participate in advocacy work.
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