Join us for a leisurely walk through beautiful Minnehaha Park in Minneapolis, followed by a picnic and celebration of the good work done by Open Access Connections and its work building justice and a link to dignity, empowerment and hope . Celebrate Open Access Connections’ continued success with a gathering of friends and advocates. Bring your friends and family!
Minnehaha Park in Minneapolis – Wabun Picnic shelter A
Saturday, September 21, 2013 – - 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Join us for a delicious picnic lunch, live music with John Ward, prizes and activities.
Homelessness and joblessness continue to leave Minnesotans without options. Open Access works with low income people to gain access to communications tools such as phones, voice mail, computers and the internet. Our voice mail program gives a voice mail number to over 3500 people annually. This communications tool helps them get access to jobs and housing and keep in touch with health care providers as well as family and friends. Our 50+ Generation Group is a group of low income elders who are seeking to improve their own lives and the lives of their peers.
Please help us continue this important work that gives people opportunities. Please make a tax deductible donation click here on our GiveMN donations page or bring a donation to the picnic/walk. You can also send a check to Open Access Connections, 1821 University Ave, Suite N-184, St. Paul 55104. All new and increased donations will be matched by the Frey Foundation.
This is a free community building and fundraising event. You don’t need to raise any money to participate.
To RSVP call our special Picnic and Walk line: 651-999-8056. If you have any questions, please contact Sean at 651-603-5147 or call email@example.com
For more information about the walk and information on transportation to Minnehaha Park, click here for our walk blog.
Join us for an enjoyable walk in the park!