Webinar – Resilience Circles 101: Small Groups for Learning, Mutual Aid, and Social Action

Posted October 27, 2014 in Blog, Events, Featured, Resource

November 18
1pm ET


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Join this webinar to learn how small groups of 8 – 15 people can form Resilience Circles for learning, mutual aid and social action. Circles are a great way to form community, build resilience, and have fun!

A Resilience Circle has three purposes: learning, mutual aid, and social action. Unemployment and a tough economy are affecting millions of people. Many of us are worried about our financial security, threats to the environment, and more.

In response, people are forming small “Resilience Circles” of 8 – 15 people. These groups are exploring a new kind of security based in mutual aid and community support. Even more importantly, they’re getting to know each other and having fun.

Join us on this webinar to hear stories from two Resilience Circles:

  • Carrie Sonnenborn – near Denver, CO
  • Matthew Mosher – Three Rivers, MI

Carrie and Matthew will share lessons and stories from their Circles. To read more about Resilience Circles, visit https://localcircles.org.

Register here!