Please join us on Tuesday, September 15th from 6:00 - 8:00 pm for a brief reception and presentation on the initiative we call "Winds of Change". As you may know, this not-for-profit initiative will bring innovative technology from the University of Toronto to rural Nicaragua to help farmers irrigate small plots of land in order to grow more food.
At this informal session you will hear from the Winds of Change founders, John Shoust and Rob Scott, and from our special guest. We are thrilled to welcome to Toronto our good friend and partner, Julian Ramon Guevara, Managua Regional Director for Seeds of Learning, the NGO with which we are working in Nicaragua. While he is in Toronto we want to introduce him to the community supporting Winds of Change.
We are being generously hosted by Wilfrid Laurier University at their downtown Toronto office located at:
130 King St. West, Toronto at York Street
Ontario, Canada M5X 1C9
Main Floor, Exchange Tower
RSVP by reply email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Attendance is limited to about 30 people, so get your name, and that of your guests, on the list. For those who are interested, informal drinks may follow nearby.