Meeting Point: Near City Hall station (#132/#201)
SIWA members are invited to a combined associations coffee morning and presentation by AGIT founder Father Vincenzo. AGIT is an outreach program for teenage runaways that provides food, counseling and medical services. Father Vincenzo, a trained social worker, travels with volunteers in a colorful bus to the outskirts of southeast Seoul. They set up a tent, a small table, and a few chairs to hand out food, treats and first-aid kits to teens who approach them. Each item is labelled with AGIT contact details.
Please join us to celebrate SIWA and other clubs in the joint project and to hear directly from Father Vincenzo about the homeless youth in Korea and the “smart phone generation.”
This event is hosted at the British Embassy. Pre-registration with the embassy is absolutely vital; walk-ins are not permitted. You will also need your passport or ARC for entry.
Registration ends: March 7
Participants: minimum 5 – maximum 20, SIWA Members only. Please provide your nationality in the Guest Name box.
Cost: Donation to the Charity: W10,000.
Tour leader : Neeti Virmani, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: Member pricing applies to a SIWA Member’s partner and children, and her visiting guests residing outside of Seoul and Gyeonggi-do.
Wait List: The tour coordinator will contact you if space becomes available.
Cancellation: Please email email@example.com at least 1 week before the event. Cancelling after the deadline and no-shows will be charged full price per registered person.
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