Next week Tearfund are launching a new campaign called Ordinary Heroes. I’m quite excited about it, as I’ve been involved in some of the early research behind it over the last couple of years.
More to the point, I’m excited about it because it’s the first time I can think of that a major charity has put consumerism and development together in this way. I’ll write more about it after the launch, which I’m going along to on the 16th. Want to come too?
Tearfund are launching a new campaign next month called ‘Ordinary Heroes’. For more info visit their website. They have a great series of launch events.
COME AND EXPLORE HOW YOU CAN BE PART OF A MOVEMENT OF ORDINARY HEROES WHO THINK DIFFERENTLY, LIVE MORE SIMPLY AND SPEAK UP.
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE
|DATE & TIME||LOCATION||SPEAKERS|
|14 April at 7.30pm||
Tubestation, Polzeath, Cornwall, PL27 6TB
|Katie Harrison (Head of Media, Tearfund)
Paul Cook (Advocacy Director, Tearfund)
Plus live music from The Grenaways
|16 April at 6.30pm||
St Mary’s Church, York Street, London, W1H 1PQ Please RSVP.
|The Bishop of London, Richard Chartres
Matthew Frost (CEO Tearfund)
|22 April at 8.00pm||
Holy Trinity Church, Claygate, Surrey, KT10 0JP
|Dr Ruth Valerio
|28 April at 7.30pm||
St George’s Church, Leeds, LS1 3BR
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