Faith in Kind Cities
Friday 19 November 0.00 – 0.00
As part of Lenovo's Kind City Project, four leaders of community projects with a faith context took part in a podcast discussing the role that faith-based communities can play in creating a kinder city.
The panel discussed how faith-based values have motivated positive change in our communities, how we have worked with other faiths, what kindness means for us and how our projects have encouraged kindness. They also reflected on what role faith can play in creating a kinder city, and how spiritual connection can make communities kinder, the challenges they face and the changes needed to encourage social action and foster spiritual connection.
- Kieran Bohan, Coordinator of the Open Table Network
- Georgina Bye, Chief Executive of Mitzvah Day
- Ferzana Shah, steering group member and volunteer at the Salaam Shalom Kitchen
- Charandeep Singh, founder of the Sikh Food Bank
|Event held by||The Kind City (Lenovo), Sikh Food Bank, Open Table Network, Mitzvah Day, Salaam Shalom Kitchen|
|Event categories||Social action or social issues, Social media campaign/ blog/ online video/ message|
|Important information||Find the podcast here: https://kindcity.com/|