A Better Illinois: Statewide Training Opportunity

Illinois’ current flat-rate individual income tax places an unfair burden on the poorest residents—and the state needs more revenue. That is why PCG and CRS have joined with dozens of organizations to address this basic issue of income inequality as part of the multi-year fair tax campaign for A Better Illinois.

We are calling faith advocates to help build a strong grassroots effort to enact a fair tax system for Illinois. Leaders—like you—are needed to spread the fair tax message around the state.

A Better Illinois will be holding a series of “Train the Trainer” events at the end of March and in early April. These sessions, distributed geographically across the state, will give an overview of the campaign and prepare you to present the fair tax campaign to others. This is a great opportunity to get involved in a significant tax reform initiative and become a trainer for PCG!

RSVP to Lindsey if you plan to attend. All training sessions will take place from 4:00-5:30 p.m.

Tuesday, March 26 – Decatur
First Presbyterian Church
204 W. Prairie Ave
Decatur, IL 62523

Wednesday, March 27 – Bloomington
304 S. Eldorado, Suite 2
Bloomington, IL 61704

Thursday, March 28 – Rockford
Unitarian Universalist Church
4848 Turner St.
Rockford, IL 61107

Monday, April 1 – Peoria
7820 North University, Suite 201
Peoria, IL 61614

Tuesday, April 2 – Champaign/Urbana
Champaign Public Library, Room 215
200 W Green St.
Champaign, IL 61820

Wednesday, April 3 – Chicago
SEIU Health Care Offices
2229 S. Halsted
Chicago, IL 60608

Thursday, April 4 – Deerfield
Deerfield Congregational UCC
225 Wilmot Road
Deerfield, IL 60015

Tuesday, April 9 – Springfield
Illinois Assistive Technology Project
West Old State Capitol Plaza
Springfield, IL 62701

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