Solomon’s mother Teddy Akodo does garden work all her life for sustainability. She is also the chairperson of the women group supported by Seedlings of Change Africa Women Development Efforts Organization (EWEDO) in Soroti. They appreciate the support Eveline and Seedlings of Change is giving them. With the cow project they are able to get milk and some little money from the sales which they use for buying soap, sugar, salt, paraffin, and other essential household commodities. Thank you so much Seedlings of Change for the great help and we pray you continue supporting us.
It's Sunday June 26, 2016 and Grumpa, Nuna, Mom & I are setting up the Seedlings of Change booth for the Summer MADE Fair. This is unlike your typical arts & crafts fair where you have various booths that offer goods for sale that are neither art or even crafty for that matter. MADE Fair offers a lot more than Kitsch it's an outlet for local artists & nonprofit organizations, where individuals can learn & connect to a cause much bigger than any one of us and achieve a greater good by supporting one another locally and globally.
Seedlings of change is here today to do just that create awareness for the causes funded via our Bread for the Soul mini grant program. Yes, we hope to have a successful fundraising campaign in 2016 and by looking at everyone listening to my Mom & Nuna talk about the importance of the safe Water for Life project & LifeStraw® it truly makes me appreciate how lucky I am to just turn on the faucet and have clean drinking water.
Outstanding Student Leadership Awards
Tuesday April 21, 2015 4:00 pm
University Center Ballroom
Each year, the Office for Civic Engagement asks several local agencies and nonprofits to nominate an outstanding student volunteer who devotes a significant amount of their time and energy to meeting community needs. These awards serve to recognize the invaluable contributions of all volunteers; without their service, most agencies and nonprofits would not be able to function. The criteria for students nominated are evaluated through their host agency which includes the student’s commitment to the agency and the hours served with that agency.
Congratulations! Wildhorse Therapeutic Riding Program was awarded a Seedlings of Change "Bread for the Soul" mini-grant Friday, January 23, 2015. To learn more click to visit Kari Ann's SoC page.
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Nate Benn has been appointed as our new COO! He will be in charge of seeking out grants as well as applying for grants. He will also set up new fundraising opportunities for our organization.
Currently, our new COO and our Youth Advisers, Matt and Michael, are working on putting together a charitable racing event to raise money for the LifeStraw Challenge.
April 29, 2014 Seedlings of Change is honored to award NC100BW Cincinnati Chapter a 2014 Bread for the Soul mini grant for their "My Black Is Beautiful Retreat" scheduled to take place in August 2014! "My Black Is Beautiful Retreat" project complements Seedlings of Change purpose/objective:
SELF - Explore inner life; living everyday life with conscious choice.
DIVERSITY - Creatively explore new ways of living in harmony with each other and the natural world. Celebrate the interconnectedness of all life. Everyone, develop lessons to empower and nourish individuals and communities. For more info visit the SoC Mini-Grants page...
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