Community Night at Bluebird Tavern, Burlington to support Voices
Mark your calendar and bring your friends, family and neighbors to join us for an evening of good food and good times for a good cause! Have dinner or just stay for some appetizers or drinks.
On Wednesday, March 23rd, Bluebird Tavern in Burlington will host a Community Night on behalf of Voices for Vermont’s Children. Bluebird Tavern is open for dinner from 5 – 10 pm, and will donate a portion of the night’s proceeds to support the important work Voices is doing on behalf of Vermont’s children and families.
We need at least 25 people there to represent Voices. Be sure to be one of them – and don’t forget to mention that you are there for the Voices’ benefit!
We look forward to seeing you there!
If you cannot join us for dinner, there are other ways to support Voices for Vermont’s Children and the work we do on behalf of vulnerable children and families.
One way is to become a member. Voices is a membership organization with hundreds of members from across the state.
What does it mean to be a member of Voices for Vermont’s Children?
- You believe that children are our future.
- You believe that all children, including those vulnerable and disadvantaged, deserve to be safe, healthy, well-fed and well cared for.
- You support our work of ensuring that all children and youth have opportunities to thrive and succeed.
Can you think of family or friends who believe in supporting Vermont’s children the way you do?
Will you direct them to our web site to learn about who we are and what we do?
Will you encourage them to become a member of Voices for Vermont’s Children?
Join us today, and add your voice to our efforts to reduce child poverty in Vermont, to represent the best interests of children and youth at the State House, and to help us ensure that the birthright of every child is honored.