Take Action Community Forum on Education Equity

Help Make Education in Delco More Fair!

Pennsylvania has the most unfair education funding in the US. This affects every one of us. Join us October 21 to learn how you can make a difference!

POWER Interfaith and Take Action Give 5 are pleased to invite you to a free event designed to educate and activate Delaware County citizens on issues related to education equity in our schools, county, and state. The Take Action Community Forum on Education Equity will be held Saturday, October 21st from 1-4 pm at Penn Wood High School, 100 Green Avenue, Lansdowne.

We will host a panel of dynamic and illustrious speakers to explain why such education inequity exists in PA, offer ways to get involved, and answer audience questions. After the panel, our engaged and motivated audience will learn how to get involved with organizations working for education equity Delco. We aim to connect local activists – those new to the game and those with a lifetime of experience – with education equity advocacy and direct service organizations in Delco.

Please plan to attend the free Take Action Community Forum on Education Equity and share this message and the attached flyer with your community. Education equity is a cornerstone of a healthy community.. Please join us on October 21 to learn more and get involved. You can make a difference.

For more information, email us at TakeActionGive5@gmail.com and follow our Facebook page.

Know an organization that might want to have a table at the forum? We’d love to have them if they are: 1) Directly addressing issues of education equity via advocacy or direct service OR addressing an issue which significantly affects education equity, and 2) Working in or looking to expand into Delaware County. Interested organizations should email TakeActionGive5@gmail.com.

We look forward to making matches that make a difference and moving the needle on education equity in our community

Yours in Action,
Ellen Morfei, Take Action Give 5
Will Fuller, POWER Interfaith