The charge for this Council focuses on steps the government should take to reduce poverty and inequality and create opportunity for all, including changes in policies, programs, and practices that affect the delivery of services by faith-based and community organizations and the needs of low-income and other underserved persons.
Friday, September 25, 2015
White House Announces New Appointments To Faith-Based Advisory Council
In a press release yesterday, the White House announced the names of 18 individuals whom President Obama will appoint to his third Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. Additional appointments will be announced at a later date. According to the press release: