Fathers Who Care and the West Garfield Park Youth Council (supported by the West Garfield Park Community Stakeholders) will host their Weekly Television Show on Thursday, June 18, 2015 at 7:30pm on CAN-TV (Cable Channel 21).
The show will be hosted by Rev. Walter Jones, Jr., Servant for Social Change and Community Empowerment as well as the founder of the West Garfield Park Community Stakeholders and leader of Fathers Who Care. Our Special Guest will be Illinois State Senator Kimberly A. Lightford.
Tune in to the Live Streaming and/or Call In to show your support!
Dial in phone: 312-738-1060
Live web streaming: www.cantv.org/hotline
Topics We Will Discuss:
- Working to Promote a Safe and Drug Free Community through Pooling Community Resources
- Bridging the Inter-Generational Gaps
- Can Team Work Make The Dream Work
- How Can We Continue to Engage, Educate and Empower Our Community?
- What is the State of the State of Illinois?
The West Garfield Park Community Stakeholders is a consortium of residents, agencies, churches, elected officials, law enforcement, and businesses whose mission is to work together to improve the quality of life on the West Side. They are actively establishing and strengthening collaboration among communities, public and private non-profit agencies, federal, state, local and tribal governments to support the efforts of community coalitions like Fathers Who Care and the West Garfield Park Youth Council, who are also working to prevent and reduce substance use among youth and adults.
Free Community Empowerment and Unification meetings are scheduled for the 2nd Monday of each month, at 6:00 p.m. at 4540 West Washington, Blvd. in Chicago. All those interested in helping improve the West Side are encouraged to attend!
For additional information, internships and volunteer opportunities, please feel free to contact Fathers Who Care at 773-287-5821 or email@example.com, or visit www.austinweeklynews.com/Directory/Resources/West-Garfield-Park-Community-Stakeholders.