Big congratulations go out to the 2010 SNAP graduates! Graduation was held in Elizabethtown on September 21, after a presentation on managing change. Everyone enjoyed a delicious lunch from the Front Porch restaurant and a celebratory cake. More pictures, including individual organization shots, can be viewed on Facebook.
Here are a few pictures from the day. The foam boards, sticky notes and rubber bands were used to evaluate SNAP organizations’ existing collaborative relationships.
You can view the entire Facebook album here.
From Philanthropy Journal’s Hannah Brazee Gregory:
“You may not have public-relations staff available at midnight, or any staff at all. But, you do have one resource that a journalist can always access – your nonprofit’s website. The question is – is it ready to assist them?”
Learn how to improve your organization website from the full article.
Si Cantwell has taken on a new role at the Star News. Si will be writing a daily section called “Neighbors” featuring community-generated news about Pender, Brunswick and New Hanover Counties. Si has a few guidelines for article submissions, so check out his full post here. Good luck! We hope to read about your organization soon!
SNAP participating organization U Care Inc. operates two thrift stores in Clinton and Newton Grove, NC. All proceeds from the shops benefit the local domestic violence shelter and 24-hour crisis hotline.
Both locations of The Beehive thrift store are now sporting after-hours drop off boxes for donor convenience. The stores accept all clean, used clothing and household materials. If you choose to drop off after hours, just leave your name and mailing address with your contribution and the store will send you a tax-deductible receipt.
Want to know more about U Care Inc.? Be their friend on Facebook!
Here are some graphics to depict the brainstorming between SNAP trainers and participants at our June 15th training on Resource Management. (You can click each image for a larger version.)
Erin Smith of the Bladen Journal joined us for last Tuesday’s (6/15) training in Elizabethtown. The article she wrote is linked below. Big thanks from SNAP to Erin and the Bladen Journal for your interest and coverage.
Be sure to forward the article to all your nonprofit and community friends!