What's Your Passion, Your Talent, Your Job?

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Re : What's Your Passion, Your Talent, Your Job?

Postby annegarrett » Thu Jun 17, 2004 02:36 pm

We need a grant writer. Anyone here have experience in writing grants who wants to help us out?? Great to know all your talents. I always look here first when looking for someone to fill our needs. We need also need a couple people in major cities to help organize a major fundraising event. You must have experience in running a major event (250-500 people). Email if you are interested and have the experience to take these volunteer opportunities on.



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Re : What's Your Passion, Your Talent, Your Job?

Postby miss_doula » Sun Jun 27, 2004 10:56 pm

hi there,well dont realy know if i can be of any use!!
i am a doula,i help women through pregnancy birth,i also doula on a pregnancy forum,answering womens worries/questions,
i crochet hats/mits/booties for preemie babies.
i am a singer,have been on tv and radio in uk.
i love art and photography,and im good at organising.



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Re : What's Your Passion, Your Talent, Your Job?

Postby miss_doula » Sun Jun 27, 2004 10:58 pm

me again.also like to add that id be more than happy to help..
here's my contact

indogo1111@hotmail.com

www.indogo.karoo.net/indogo.htm

love to all



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Re : What's Your Passion, Your Talent, Your Job?

Postby ann marie » Mon Jul 12, 2004 11:52 am

Let's see, my passion, my talent, my job...

I'm a nurse. I have worked in inpatient, outpatient and home care settings including hospice. My background is primarily oncology and IV therapies. I have a masters degree in nursing education so right now I am teaching nursing and coordinating a partnership program for the University.

I am skilled in writing and public speaking, program planning. I am very good at advocating or helping others to advocate for themselves within the health care setting. I am willing to use these skills or my healthcare background in any way I can.

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Re : What's Your Passion, Your Talent, Your Job?

Postby grace04 » Wed Jul 28, 2004 07:09 pm

I own an association management company - so working with nonprofits IS my full-time job. I have experience in every aspect of working with nonprofits. Event planning, strategic planning, membership, fundraising, communications (newsletter, magazine, etc)., board and commitee support, executive director services, etc. I'd be happy to help out whereever I can!

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Re : What's Your Passion, Your Talent, Your Job?

Postby timelessbeauty » Tue Aug 24, 2004 08:19 pm

I'm currently a parttime employee for a department store but I've been in banking, accouting, did marketing for a small mom and pop organization, I worked as a Sr. Administrative Secretary for a graduate program at the local university for over 5 years, I cook, I bake, I craft, I am pretty well versed. I don't mind the grunt work if filing and paperwork is what you need done. I don't have my International Business degree yet, but it's in the making for one of these days. :-)

As far as nonprofit work goes, I have only the experience of being the leader of a girl scout troop. [:)]



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Re : What's Your Passion, Your Talent, Your Job?

Postby laura » Tue Aug 24, 2004 08:39 pm

quote:
Originally posted by TimelessBeauty


As far as nonprofit work goes, I have only the experience of being the leader of a girl scout troop. [:)]



WOO HOO! I'm in good company, then...

Scout Leader, Brownie Troop 10, at your service [:D]

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Re : What's Your Passion, Your Talent, Your Job?

Postby natan » Wed Aug 25, 2004 04:23 pm

I know it has been a while since I have stepped foot on this section, lol.

But I was thinking every spring there is a new race for some organization. Breast Cancer, Aids, Red Cross, etc. I wonder how hard it would be to set up a National Walk-a-Thon for Preeclampsia Foundation. We could create our own sponsor sheet and have everybody get out and walk with their support groups. We could do a 5k or 10k walk whatever you can handle. Donate to supporting PF so that we can continue saving lives and support families who need our guidance and support.


What do you think? Does anybody have experice in starting a Walk-A-Thon.

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Re : What's Your Passion, Your Talent, Your Job?

Postby lucyann_k » Thu Aug 26, 2004 07:54 am

I am a Sales support in Memphis, TN. I have some college, but never picked a major. I would love to go to nursing school. I have some prior experense helping the March of Dimes with there walk earlier this year. I would love to help in any way I can. Please let me know How I can help.

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Re : What's Your Passion, Your Talent, Your Job?

Postby denise » Wed Sep 22, 2004 01:20 pm

quote:
Originally posted by Natan

I know it has been a while since I have stepped foot on this section, lol.

But I was thinking every spring there is a new race for some organization. Breast Cancer, Aids, Red Cross, etc. I wonder how hard it would be to set up a National Walk-a-Thon for Preeclampsia Foundation. We could create our own sponsor sheet and have everybody get out and walk with their support groups. We could do a 5k or 10k walk whatever you can handle. Donate to supporting PF so that we can continue saving lives and support families who need our guidance and support.


What do you think? Does anybody have experice in starting a Walk-A-Thon.

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Moderator for Donations & Charity



I think this is an awesome idea if/when we could get something organized!!
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