Participating Congregations and Organizations
  • American Muslim Voice
  • Bahá'í Community of Palo Alto
  • Beyt Tikkun Synagogue
  • First Congregational Church (United Church of Christ) Palo Alto
  • First Evangelical Lutheran Church Palo Alto
  • First Presbyterian Church Palo Alto
  • First United Methodist Church Palo Alto
  • Mountain View Buddhist Temple
  • Palo Alto Buddhist Temple
  • Palo Alto Friends Meeting
  • St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Palo Alto
  • St. Thomas Aquinas Parish, Palo Alto (Catholic)
  • Social Action Committee of the Redwood City Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship
  • Trinity Church in Menlo Park (Episcopal)
  • Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto
  • Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Los Gatos
  • West Bay Chapter, Buddhist Peace Fellowship

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Attend Free the Children Event on November 6th in Palo Alto

<a href="; title="View unscaled image"></a>Bring the whole family to an evening of entertainment, inspiration, and social change on November 6th, 2009 in Palo Alto!

RSVP by October 30th to or call (650) 617-3276.

No charge to attend - we just ask that you bring a can of food that will be donated to a local food pantry.


Having launched its first U.S. office in Palo Alto California last year, Free the Children is excited to be engaged with thousands of young people throughout the state and we invite you to join this network of change-makers. Come on out for this family event on November 6th and take up the 10 by 10 Challenge.

Join an exciting cast of speakers, musicians, and local & global youth activists as Free the Children challenges Californians to take 10 actions to change the world.

* Celebrate the work of local and global social change agents and find out how you can create an action plan for your family, school or community

* Hear from amazing speakers like Free the Children co-founder Marc Kielburger, and motivational speaker Spencer West

* Move to the beats of socially conscious musician Louise Kent and Bay Area-based Sila

* Watch highlights from We Day, Free the Children's largest event to date

* Learn about a new campaign to support 10 communities overseas throughout 2010, helping more than 100,000 people break the cycle of poverty

This event is sponsored by Free the Children

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