19
Dec
2018
SF Evening
Fish and Farm
424 Clay St.
San Francisco, CA
United States of America
Wakami is a social system that connects rural communities to global markets in order to generate income and transform cycles of poverty to cycles of prosperity. 

The current goal at Wakami is to help empower at least 5,000 Guatemalan artisans. Through this process, they will access the means to educate their children and armed with this education, those children will be able to thrive and create a better life for the next generation—and so on.
 
To learn more about this amazing organization, join us at our upcoming meeting and hear more about it from Adam Poissant.
 
This is a weekly meeting for The Rotary Club of San Francisco Evening, open to all Rotarians, visiting Rotarians, prospective members and guests.
 
Food is provided; drinks are available for purchase!
 
There is a $20 fee at the door for visiting Rotarians and returning guests; cash, check and credit card payment options available. First time guests are FREE!
Wakami is a social system that connects rural communities to global markets in order to generate income and transform cycles of poverty into cycles of prosperity.

 



 
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