Meetings

October 28th Meeting Information

  From the Meeting Coordinator – Stephen Avivi The meeting location, details and registration information: Expressionz Café and Meeting Place 9938 70 Ave NW, Edmonton October 28, 2014 6:30 to 7:30 pm (registration 6:00 to 6:30 pm) To help manage the meeting and plan the venue and seating, we’re using EventBrite. There is no ticket… Continue reading October 28th Meeting Information

100 People Who Care

Mayor Don Iveson Applauds the 100 Giving Movement in Edmonton

Mayor Don Iveson has written a letter expressing his support for our grassroots funding movement. The 100 giving model launched in Edmonton with our 100 People Who Care meeting in July and has been quickly followed up with 100 Women Who Care Edmonton and 100 Men Who Care YEG, both of whom have also scheduled meetings… Continue reading Mayor Don Iveson Applauds the 100 Giving Movement in Edmonton

Angels Anonymous · Kids Can! · Lemonade Stand

Who donated the most to Angels Anonymous?

A hint – it wasn’t a member. Collectively, our members donated $3800 to Angels Anonymous, the charity selected to receive our donations at the July 28th meeting. As a few folks weren’t at the meeting, we made arrangements to meet with Angels Anonymous in the third week of August to give absent members time to get their cheques… Continue reading Who donated the most to Angels Anonymous?

Angels Anonymous · Crystal Kids · Meetings · Nominated Charities · Selected Charities · YouCan Youth Services

July 29, 2014 – Our First Meeting!

We had originally booked October 28, 2014 as our first meeting, but so many people had questions and wanted an open house format where they could get answers and learn about our organization, that we decided to move up the meeting to July 29th. We were thrilled with the turnout! We had 30 registered members… Continue reading July 29, 2014 – Our First Meeting!

100 People Who Care

Charity Nominations – a big small change

At our planning meeting the other day, the team discussed charity nominations and have agreed that members can nominate charities that employ them or where they volunteer. There were two reasons why we initially decided not to allow this. Our first concern was that someone may become a member only to nominate and lobby for… Continue reading Charity Nominations – a big small change