You are invited to a Community Workshop of the
Alternatives to Violence Project
a transformative program in New Mexico prisons
AVP, a national and local all-volunteer program, helps reduce violence through creative conflict management.
Community Workshop: March 23 + 30 (2 days, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.); central Albuquerque; by donation; limited to 20 participants
Experience for yourself how AVP can change lives through greater self-awareness and more peaceful interpersonal relations.
See the potential, feel the excitement, and consider becoming an AVP prison volunteer.
For more info or to register, contact
Joyce firstname.lastname@example.org / Margy 505-204-4755
WORKSHOP REGISTRATION (Print/Complete/Mail)
Email ______________________________________________ Phone#_________________
Mailing address ________________________________________________________
☐ I am able to attend both days of the workshop.
☐ I have an interest in volunteering with New Mexico’s incarcerated, though I understand that completing this workshop implies no obligation.
☐ I have food or other allergies that I would like the organizers to accommodate. These are ____________________________________________________________
☐ I have this mobility (or other) challenge: ______________________________________
Donation I plan to make: _______________ [mailed in ahead or at the door]
Signature ___________________________________________ Date_________________
Mail to: AVP-NNM - P.O. Box 32834 - Santa Fe NM 87594
Or scan completed form and email: email@example.com
THANK YOU and SEE YOU MARCH 23!
· The workshop will take place on two consecutive Saturdays. AVP workshops are structured so that no sessions can be missed/skipped.
· Workshop venue: Albuquerque Friends Meeting, 1600 5th St. NW (parking available and wheelchair accessible)
· Workshop schedule is from 9:00-6:00 both days. Please arrive 15 minutes before the start time so that we may begin promptly —thanks!
· Food: (1) Beverages and snacks will be provided several times during the workshop. (2) We will have a few light breakfast items 8:30-9:00. (3) To accommodate all tastes and keep down costs, participants are asked to bring a sack lunch for both Saturdays.
· Certificates, which include a brief description, are awarded at the end of the workshop to all participants.
· Space limited to 20 participants. Mature teens encouraged to sign up.
· Donations are gratefully accepted and will be used only to cover actual workshop costs. Recommended sliding scale that honors varying ability to donate is $15-50.