According to the organization, the program will coalesce stakeholders, including those living in the neighborhoods served, and representatives fr om all sectors around a common agenda to combat poverty in specific communities. "Two things that make NOH unique are that it brings people in poverty to the table and that it focuses on a neighborhood, rather than an entire community," said SVDP.
"I’m excited that N OH will bring business leaders, service providers, the faith community, and the people we serve into a single conversation,”said SVDP national council board member Jack Murphy.
Registration for the meeting in Pojoaque starts at 8:30 a.m., and the program is scheduled for 9:00-3:00 p.m. Lunch is $5. For more information contact Eva Pereira (firstname.lastname@example.org)