‘Walk in my shoes’, a poverty awareness training is a powerful tool used to break down the stereo types of poverty. We use this tool to allow individuals to experience the “tyranny of the moment”, and to get a taste of what it’s like for those living below the poverty line in our community. It is a glimpse into the obstacles that are faced, the decisions that are made and the consequences that impact these families every day.
Who should attend? Front line workers, Supervisors, Educators, Executive Directors, Community members, Board members and anyone else interested in making a difference in their community
Cost of training:
We are able to accommodate a minimum of 48 people up to a maximum of 120
Length of training: 3 ½ hours