The Newburgh Anti-Poverty Task Force Needs Your Help
Making ends meet isn't always the easiest thing to do these days and if you, or someone you know, lives in Newburgh and is struggling, the Newburgh Anti-Poverty Task Force and United Way want to hear your ideas about how to improve Newburgh and help build a great future for all the residents.
To that end a community listening session will be held on Saturday, January 21 from 11 to 5 at the Newburgh Armory Unity Center on 321 William Street in Newburgh. The theme of this meeting is Speak to Change and they want your thoughts on what you think about housing, jobs, medical, education, transportation, and any other issues you are concerned about in Newburgh.
The first 150 people to register and attend will each receive a $50 gift card as thanks for taking the time and giving ideas at the listening session. In addition, Spanish translators will be available at the session to help facilitate conversations of all Newburgh residents. Childcare, as well as, transportation to and from the event will be available for those who register by noon on January 18.
To get all of the details and to register, click here and let your voice be heard.