Wednesday, September 25, 2013


Photo Credit: NYC PRC
The United-We-Stand Campaign empowers local neighborhoods to help prevent underage drinking by engaging in educational, service learning, and media advocacy activities.

This seminar will provide information and materials on how community organizations can partner with community members, local store owners, and teens to stop minors from illegally obtaining alcohol from grocery stores; reduce the over-promotion of alcohol advertising; and spotlight caring and responsible merchants working to keep neighborhoods safe and healthy places to work and live.

Strategies/Tools include: Conducting Alcohol Compliance Checks, Starting a Sticker Shock Project, Recognizing Responsible Business Owners (Unstung Heroes), and Exploring Alcohol Advertising (Neighborhood Ad-count).

Who Should Attend: Individuals, Non-Profit Agencies, Youth Serving Organizations, Civic and Neighborhood Groups interested in identifying youth, adult, and volunteer activities and service projects focused on community safety and well-being.

Registration Deadline: Sign up by Tuesday, October 15th. Walk-ins will not be permitted. Click here to RSVP

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