Listening Project Makes East Austin Stronger

March 30, 2011 at 9:23 am Leave a comment

Southwest Key Programs is interested in helping keep kids in school and parents in jobs – especially those families in the Govalle/Johnston Terrace neighborhood. Do you live in the Govalle/Johnston Terrace community and have ideas for making East Austin safer for all of our children? Do you want to have input into what your community looks like?

We are looking for people willing to open their homes to host neighborhood conversations about what they would like to see in their community. The information gathered will be used to as part of our Listening Project to organize the community to make improvements in education, safety, social services and more in East Austin. How it works:

1. We pay you $100 to host a meeting at your house for 2 hours.
2. You pick the date and time.
3. We bring the food and drinks and a person to lead the meeting.
4. You bring at least 10 of your friends or neighbors to the meeting.
5. All enjoy friends and fellowship while sharing ideas on how to make our community stronger!

If you are interested in hosting a house meeting, please call Valerie Joiner at 512-462-2181, 512-461-4360 cell or via email
* Only homes located within the Govalle/Johnston Terrace community borders shown here are eligible to participate.

Entry filed under: Community Empowerment, Community Resource, East Austin, Govalle/Johnston Terrace Neighborhood.

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