Minneapolis E4E to raise money for Native American youth Oct. 9posted: Thursday, September 30th, 2010
This month, celebrate a Native harvest.
In September, we raised over $800 for St. Stephen’s Human Services, and their Homeless Against Homelessness’ voter registration and education campaign. We also polished off 10 apple pies, and cut quite the rug on the dance floor.
Your supper money this month goes to Dream of Wild Health, a non profit that is part organic farm, part youth and family education, part heirloom seed collection. DoWH provides educational opportunities for young American Indians on issues of healthy eating, leadership and job skills, and organic gardening. Dream of Wild Health focuses funding and resources on a population that has long experienced inequalities on land access and rights issues.
You’ll feast on…
Maple syrup glazed delicata squash
Hominy sauteed in butter and sage
Harvested Wild rice
Honey Custard with Elderberry syrup
and more surprises…
EAT FOR EQUITY
2412 1st Ave. S
Saturday, October 9
Omega is a cooperative community with a fantastic community garden. If it’s nice, you’ll be welcome to wander around, eat outside, and gather ’round a bonfire. Dinner starts at 7, and we suggest a $10-15 donation. You’re welcome to bring friends.
Hope to see y’all there!
Emposted in Minneapolis E4E team