Acupuncturists without Borders Event at the Mayway Corporation How Acupuncture Can Change the World Acupuncturists without Borders Event at the Mayway Corporation Wednesday, June 7, 2006, 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM Mayway Corporation, 1338 Mandela Parkway, Oakland, CA 94607 Tel: (505) 991-0112 E-mail:
Spend and evening with AWB Executive Director Diana Fried to discuss community acupuncture as emergency relief, AWB's work in post-Katrina New Orleans and the future of Acupuncturists without Borders.
Donations are appreciated, however this event is free. RSVP is appreciated, as space is limited.
How Acupuncture Can Change the World
Acupuncturists without Borders is devoted to bringing compassionate and effective recovery to underserved communities affected by natural disaster, war, and conflict around the world. Intervention in the cycle of trauma helps to build peaceful, stable global communities through deep healing in community settings. In September, 2005, AWB sprung into action to bring rotating teams of acupuncturists from around the United States to the New Orleans area to do acupuncture relief for those suffering from the devastating effects of Hurricanes Rita and Katrina. The program expanded enormously and AWB has provided over 4000 treatments in many locations. Diana Fried, Executive Director of AWB, will discuss the work in New Orleans, and future plans for AWB. A PowerPoint presentation will be shown.
Mayway Donation to Acupuncturists without Borders Pledge Drive!
Mayway will offer a free goodie bag to any healthcare practitioner that joins AWB's We Stick Bayou! Summer Pledge Drive and to event participants who offer a donation to AWB of $50.00 or more. The goodie bag will include a tote bag, T-shirt, plus Mayway products. Products will include 12 of Mayway's Plum Flower Traditional products as well as samples of their Modern Masters Series products. Additionally, the gift includes a coupon for a one time discount of 10% off Mayway products. The value of the bag and contents is over $50.00.
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