Monday, August 31 – The Heard Museum
TOPIC: Food Sovereignty
First Things First will host Tribal Connections 2020 at the world-renowned Heard Museum on the evening of August 31, 2020. This year, Tribal Connections and two other events during the Summit will focus on the topic of food sovereignty – a restorative framework for health, community development and reconciling past social and environmental injustices that people of all cultures can relate to. Participants become both student and teacher, as they are invited to answer questions and share experiences or perspectives when working with children and families living on tribal lands.
93% of past Tribal Connections attendees rated this event as good to excellent.
“Wonderful, meaningful and thoughtful event.”
“Excellent. Enjoyed hearing perspectives on intersection of early childhood best practices and culture.”
Tribal Connections brings together more than 200 early childhood leaders, supporters and influential decision-makers from across the state including:
- Tribal leaders
- Tribal organizations
- FTF Regional Partnership Councils
- Community partners working with tribal communities
- State legislators
Why Sponsor the Tribal Connections?
Your sponsorship will have a tremendous impact on tribal leaders, service providers, parents, teachers, health professionals and policymakers who want to learn about the success and opportunities of working with children birth to age 5 in tribal communities.
In showing your support to giving Arizona’s children in tribal communities a strong start in learning and in life, you will receive the following benefits:
Additional Sponsorship Opportunity
Did you know you can sponsor both the Early Childhood Summit and Tribal Connections 2020? Please contact Patrick Contrades at email@example.com to discuss a custom package.