Boston Eat for Equity: Prison Book Programposted: Tuesday, October 28th, 2014
Eat for Equity Boston is happy to announce our latest fundraising community dinner, which will support Prison Book Program and its 40+ year mission of sending free books to inmates all over the country.
Originally organized by the Red Book Store Collective in Cambridge in 1972, the PBP first concentrated on distributing progressive literature. As word spread, the materials offered broadened in scope. Since 1988, PBP has created and distributed the National Prisoner Resource List, and currently disseminates a Legal Primer, dictionaries, information about preparing for the GED and books in several languages. PBP serves thousands of prisoners every year by working to fulfill their requests.
More about the Prison Book Program available at www.prisonbookprogram.org
– Saturday, November 15
– 6:30-9 p.m.
– United First Parish Church, 1306 Hancock St., Quincy
– $10-$20 suggested donation (more if you can, less if you can’t)
– Can’t attend? Consider supporting PBP on Razoo
– Vegetarian and vegan options will be available (menu TBA)
Reserve your Spot!
RSVP here. Donations accepted at the door.
Volunteer with us!
We have several slots open to help cook, greet guests, take donations, serve, set up and clean up. Please add your name to our sign-up sheet if you can help us with these duties.
Email Rebecca at [email protected].