3 results for tag: SOIL Events
Sasha Kramer To Speak at Reed College, Portland, Oregon on February 5, 2014
SOIL Co-Founder and Executive Director Sasha Kramer is coming to Portland! She will be speaking at Reed College on Wednesday, February 5th. Please join us to learn more about SOIL's work in Haiti. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A. This event is an opportunity to spread awareness and gain support for SOIL, so please bring friends! There is a suggested donation of $10-$50. When: 7:00 PM, Wednesday, February 5, 2014 Where: Reed College, Portland, Oregon. Gray Campus Center (GCC), Room C-D. (You can find a campus map here.) Please contact SOIL at [email protected] if you have any additional questions. We hope to see you there!
You're Invited! – Bay Area SOIL Garden Party
Dear Friends of SOIL, Jenny Benorden, a former SOIL board member, is hosting a fundraiser in the Bay Area with all proceeds to benefit SOIL. She asked us to invite our friends and colleagues in the area, so if you (or any of your friends) will be near Palo Alto, CA on Sunday, August 19th, you should check this out! Come learn more about SOIL, enjoy the live music, try your luck in the raffle and connect with other people who love ecological sanitation. [box type="shadow"] INVITATION Garden Party at Fanny and Eliot's house with live music, silent auction, raffle prizes, a brief film screening, and light refreshments. All proceeds to benefit ...
Invitation: Come out to the Tap Tap Garden opening celebration in Cite Soleil on January 22nd!
Bochika, SAKALA-Pax Christi Ayiti, and SOIL invite you to celebrate a positive milestone of progress and possibility in Haiti: the opening of the Jaden Tap Tap (Tap Tap Garden) and a SOIL EcoSan Toilet in Cite Soleil, Port-au-Prince on January 22. The celebration begins at 10 am and will include a performance by the internationally-recognized Haitian musician BelO, agricultural demonstrations, youth presentations and performances, and the inauguration of a new community Eco-San toilet. The Jaden Tap Tap is an acre of former landfill that now symbolizes hope, empowerment, education, and opportunity for the surrounding community. This bountiful garden ...