Pws community engagement event was a huge success. So great to catch up with families all around the GTA! And a big thanks to @mtbsusan for coming all the way from California to share some exciting stuff in research and how families can get involved! #pwsresearch#onesmallstep#communityengagement#familyfun
House of Hope's goal this year is to provide 300 students in need with new backpacks filled with school supplies.
We need your help to make this happen.
You can get together with your co-workers, church members, fraternity / sorority members, neighbors and other social group members and host a school supply drive.
All backpacks and school supplies will go to children in need.
Bring all new backpacks and school supplies to the Bette Rae Thomas Rec. Center – 2921 Tuckaseegee Road, Charlotte, NC OR call 704.287.1903 for bulk pickup.
We will distribute all supplies on August 25th at the event.
The following items are needed:
$20 gift cards for school uniforms / clothing
New backpacks * Colored Pencils * Large Erasers * Box of Crayons * Pocket Folders * Construction Paper * Glue Sticks * Composition notebooks * Markers * Notebook Paper * Rulers * Index Cards * # 2 Pencils * Pencil Sharpeners * Ballpoint Pens (black & red) * 3 Ring Binders * Highlighters * Kid Friendly Scissors
You can sign up on the following link as a volunteer / donor
If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 704.287.1903.
Thanks for all that you do for OUR community!
You can also donate to the cause by visiting https://www.paypal.me/houseofhopecdc
We were excited to donate gym bags to our local Boys and Girls Club. While visiting the facility, the director mentioned their need for gym bags and that seemed like an easy way for us to give back. Can't wait for our next visit to see them in use. Happy community engagement!
The West Australian Symphony Orchestra respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners, Custodians and Elders of the Indigenous Nations across Western Australia and on whose lands we work.
As we celebrate the end of NAIDOC Week 2018 and the theme, “Because of Her, We Can!” WASO would like to recognise the inspirational Indigenous female artists we work with including Deborah Cheetham and Gina Williams, and the significant contribution of Indigenous women in communities that we work alongside. Because of them, WASO can.
OUR FIRST WISHES ARE HERE!
We've collected wishes from older people in an East Bristol #carehome , and now you can help grant them! Let's remind care home residents that they're part of the community 💚
If you're in the #Bristol area are and you (or anyone you know) could help to grant one of these wishes, CALL MARILISA on 0117 955 5758
Share & tag your friends, family, colleagues, neighbours, etc, and spread the word!
Jacqueline would like to go horse riding or visit an equestrian centre.
Bill would like to meet new people and make new friends.
Bob would like to go swimming.
Jess would like to go to a disco, or old school rave!
Monica would like someone to sing with.
Sian would like to go skydiving.
One resident would like to visit St George’s Park.
One resident would like to feed the ducks.
Jean would like to be part of a book club.
Jacqueline would like to do embroidery with someone.
Jean would like someone to do crosswords with her.
Teresa would like to go on holiday, or on a nice day trip.
Trudy would like to celebrate armed forces day.
Roger would like to play the piano, or listen to piano music.
Sheila would like some help to start a residents’ choir.
Sheila would like to do some ballroom dancing.
Barbara would like to take a trip to Devon.
Dorothy would like to go to the beach (preferably Sidmouth). Sheila would like to visit the Snuff Mills for a picnic.
Could you or someone you know help out with one of these? CALL MARILISA on 0117 955 5758
We had an excellent time at our 2nd Karaoke Night at Rails & Ales! A variety of songs were performed by library patrons and staff from Jefferson County. As door prizes, our Director handed out tote bags filled with music cds and donated merchandise from @railsandales!
SENIORS of Hey BELLE Dance Crew’s performance and freestyle at Punggol North CC’s Street Parade event!
Us in the community today, 15 July 2018
Seniors: Ald, Mai, Ika & Diy
Thank you to all those who came and showed your support!
In case our video gets blocked due to copyright issues on IG, check out the full video at
United Way and our partners, Cultiva La Salud and Merced Department of Public Health, are committed to advance wellness and health in the broadest sense. We believe a healthy lifestyle to be the foundation of a strong community.
Support your local farmers market in creating a market system for local commerce. Purchase from “Old Family Farms House of Greens” or “Raw Roots Farm” for guaranteed environmentally friendly home grown produce. Out of eight certified stands, “Raw Roots Farm” sells within a 100 mile radius from their farm, reducing the carbon footprint of their produce and keeping the monetary profit in our local county.
United Way of Merced county supports the financial stability and healthy options provided by the Merced farmers market, will we be seeing you there next week?
Available products: fruits, vegetables, nuts, oils and more. 🥦🥒🥑🍇🍓🍎🍋 “Raw Roots Farm” accepts WIC checks.
huge thanks to @happyfamilymkt for having us and to everyone who stopped by said hi and supported the w.o.w. project annual fundraiser by picking up some of the beautiful pieces by @jiazilla @clayruh @babyjuliet and @christalsih 💛
continue to help us inch closer to the W.O.W. Project’s annual fundraising goal by July 31st by donating in the link in our bio ☝️
Summer 2018 National Society of Leadership and Success Regional Leadership Retreat at Morehouse College was a great success!
The National Team provided some great information focused on #CommunityEngagement for chapter leaders from around the country.
Leaders came as far as from Washington, Wyoming, and even the Bahamas!
Our gifts are meant to be shared with our community. Don’t hold back from sharing yourself.
“Ms. Yellow is a an international muralist, artist, craftswoman and jewelry maker. Born in Long Beach, CA of Mexican descent, she has dedicated her life to the development of community and youth through direct engagement. Her goal has been to use art as a therapeutic release. She has worked closely with schools, community centers, boys and girls clubs etc to bring workshops and mentorship to the youth.
As a muralist, Ms. Yellow has worked with communities to bring colorful murals with dreamy color schemes and endless details to the masses. Her work centers on themes such as culture, sisterhood, education, unity, love and social justice. Her artwork and murals have been in museums, galleries, and streets around the world such as Spain, France, Mexico and Egypt.”
Find Ms.Yellow on instagram @msyellowart
What gifts are you ready to share with others?
Meet Cambria- an AWESOME For-Purpose Kid we met at our last Family Friendly Prep Day in conjunction with @thelakitchen . •
Well, volunteering to prepare food for underserved Communities was JUST the beginning for this kind kid. Recently, she hosted a beautiful lemonade stand to raise money for The L.A. Kitchen, and last we knew- she was close to raising almost $2,000! Who says kids can’t change the world?!?
Way to go Cambria and thanks for being a For-Purpose Kid!
Do you have a kiddo doing awesome things like this? Let us know in the comments- we have some fun stuff (like t-shirts and tote bags!) to giveaway to kids like Cambria!