We're thrilled to introduce our very first Advocacy Coordinator!
A resident of Baltimore City, Antoinette Rucker is joining us with a strong background in local government from Prince George’s County. She's eager to collaborate with IPC's supporters in mobilizing people of faith to influence legislation at the Statehouse.
It is an exciting time for her to be working with IPC to connect faith communities with helpful resources and to one another, which she is currently doing through the planning of our upcoming Chesapeake Champions Interfaith Breakfast.
This breakfast isn't just any event; it's a unique opportunity for our diverse community to come together in a spirit of unity and collaboration. Our goal is to connect community members and organizations with policymakers and provide a platform for successful environmental collaboration as well as facilitate insightful conversations. We're talking about some influential speakers here — Gov. Wes Moore, DNR Secretary Josh Kurtz, Senate President Bill Ferguson, and Del. Regina Boyce.
Your ticket at just $18 includes a hearty breakfast and fuels our mission of environmental justice and sustainability. Plus, you'll have the chance to network with passionate faith leaders and legislators keen on making a difference.
As part of our commitment to seeing as many of our faith community members as possible, we are also offering 30 scholarships for those who might find the ticket price a barrier. If you or someone you know would benefit from a free ticket, please email Antoinette. Make sure you are part of the discussion and purchase your ticket HERE.
IPC seeks to create opportunities for community engagement with those who hold the power to bring legislative change. Your attendance at the Chesapeake Champions Interfaith Breakfast is more than appreciated; it's essential. Together, we'll build bridges, share insights, and craft strategies for a greener, fairer future.
Let's unite, break bread, and collaborate for initiatives that leave a lasting impact on our environment and communities.
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