18 04, 2019

April 2019 Donor Thank You

Join us in thanking last month's donors: Elizabeth Christ Kathleen Cleary David Falls Joanna Green Stacy Robinson Erin Tanner Dr. James and Linda Trippi

20 03, 2019

Remembering the Village

by Naeemah Jackson, Family Programs Director Stereotypes are misleading. Stereotypes are harmful. Stereotypes are incredibly counter-productive, and they can be anathema to the truth of a person, and/or a group of people. Even city zip codes can reinforce negative stereotyping of the people who live within these boundaries. High

18 03, 2019

March 2019 Donor Thank You

Join us in thanking last month's donors: Theresa Berghoff Hawa Marshall Kayla Najera Trudy Pierce Ronald & Loreta Riffel Stacy Robinson Erin Tanner

20 02, 2019

PLC in Jamaica

by Frankie Keesee, Field Trip Coordinator & Spanish Specialist Participating in the trip to Jamaica this past January was both personally and professionally fulfilling.  My grandmother was a proud Jamaican woman, born and raised in Lucea, Jamaica.  I was able to travel to Jamaica with her, visit her hometown,

15 01, 2019

Coming Soon, Everyday Circle Cards

What an exciting day! We just received some of our freshly designed Everyday Circle cards and we can’t wait to share them with the world! They are a brand new tool to help teachers who want to do this work but don't know where to start.  We have partnered

15 01, 2019

End-of-the-Year Thank You

Join us in thanking our end-of-the-year donors: Dr. James and Linda Trippi Jill Curtis Kristine Matel Robert Bringle Robert Nation Stacy Robinson Marilyn Smith David Mason Nancy Theoharis Nancy Lindhjem Patrick Cavanagh Christopher Murphy Anne Frye Erin Tanner Annie Christ Garcia Joanna Green Kathleen Cleary Saul Helman Andrew Pike

29 11, 2018

October Donor Thank You

Join us in thanking our October donors: Thomas Hulvershorn Judith Lauer Paul Nesting Alan M. Witchey Roger Frick Stacy Robinson Erin Tanner

24 10, 2018

Why Do our Volunteers Volunteer?

When asked, “Why do you volunteer?” people around the world will answer with different reasons.  Many find that by volunteering they discover a sense of purpose.  Doing good makes them feel good and connects them with their community.   Others will cite that it’s good for their career.  By volunteering,

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