+MPU Greater Boston – WE THE PEOPLE Community Cookout

4560 Washington St

+More Perfect Union Greater Boston is joining the Washington Beech Resident Board and Charles River Church to bring old and new residents, neighbors and friends together for a community cookout themed WE THE PEOPLE on Saturday September 2nd, 2023. We expect hundreds of attendees throughout the day.

At +More Perfect Union, our mission is to help heal the wounds tearing our nation apart by strengthening communities through servant leadership and strategic conversations. For this event, the +MPU Greater Boston Brickyard will serve the community by providing and cooking food and leading conversations around servant leadership and the meaning of “We” in “We the people…”

You DO NOT need to RSVP to attend the event; you are welcome to come and go as you please! You DO need to RSVP if you would like to volunteer (30 spots available). As a volunteer, you will:

  • receive a green +More Perfect Union shirt,
  • help facilitate conversations and
  • assist with event logistics.

Volunteers are needed throughout the event, but it’s okay if you can only come for part of the event; we’d still appreciate the help!

Volunteer Agenda:

  • 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM: Breakfast and conversation.
  • 10:00 AM – 12:45 PM: Event setup.
  • 12:45 PM – 1:00PM: Break.
  • 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM: Event runtime.
  • 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM: Event breakdown.

Contact Ben Lyon, +MPU Greater Boston Brickyard Captain, for any questions at [email protected].

Event Partners

About the Boston Chapter

Across cities and towns just like yours nationwide, we serve our communities by starting with bringing different neighbors together for events centered around Service, Leadership, and Civics.

By rolling up our sleeves side-by-side, we can begin to see that we have more in common than what divides us; that first and foremost we are fellow Americans with a common love for our families and communities.

These Chapters – also known as our Brickyards – are mobile places for neighbors to connect and solve local problems. We do this through respectful and open conversations, and to find higher ground as we work together brick-by-brick.

Visit the Boston Chapter Page

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