Join the Bay Area public health community on Friday, September 26, to support Berkeley vs. Big Soda.
We expect Big Soda to spend $100 per Berkeley voter in an attempt to drown Measure D on Election Day. The beverage industry is all-in to defeat this vital public health measure--and the public health community needs to be all-in to win.
RSVP today to join us on September 26. Don’t miss this opportunity to--
- Get connected: Network with other Bay Area public health advocates who’ve been working hard to push back against the food and beverage industry.
- Get inspired: Learn from the leaders of Mexico’s successful campaign to pass a national tax on sugar-sweetened beverages.
- Get serious about taking on Big Soda: Find out how you can support Berkeley vs. Big Soda over the next six weeks. If you’re able, we hope you’ll make a donation to the campaign or sign up to volunteer.
Election Day is right around the corner--and the time is now to take a stand for Berkeley vs. Big Soda.
Berkeley vs. Big Soda Fundraiser
Friday, September 26, 4:00-6:00PM
Prevention Institute, 221 Oak Street, Oakland, CA
This event is open to all and a donation is not required in order to attend. Light refreshments and drinks will be provided.
This fundraiser is sponsored by Prevention Institute, the Berkeley Healthy Child Coalition, California Black Health Network, California Center for Public Health Advocacy, Ecology Center, and Public Health Institute.