Check out the Oklahoma Special Olympics November Newsletter!
Habitat for Humanity needs an intern to design a program to coordinate volunteer requests.
Contact Jodi Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org or (405) 377-0403 if you are interested in the position.
March of Dimes has teamed up with Lynch Creek Wreaths, a company known for handcrafting some of the finest fresh evergreen products on the market. 25% of each order goes towards the Oklahoma March of Dimes!
If you’d like to place an online order:
1. Visit http://www.LynchCreekWreaths.com.
2. Click the “Support a Fundraiser” link.
3. Enter “MODMARKET” and click submit.
4. Confirm our name (OK March of Dimes)
appears in top right-hand corner of website
If you’d like to place a phone order?
1. Call toll-free 1-888-426-0781.
2. Provide the name of our organization (OK
March of Dimes) before placing your order.
For more information, contact: Sharon Ford – Carpenter Insurance Agency 372-5700
Payne County Youth Services (PCYS) has just begun a new Volunteer Rewards Program, which will allow an “official” PCYS volunteer (official meaning they have completed their required paperwork and allowed a background check) to track their monthly PCYS hours.
During the first week following each quarter, PCYS will tally the hours and name a Volunteer of the Quarter. To honor them, PCYS will reward that person with a $10 gift card to a local eating establishment, submit a news article and picture to the NewsPress and add that to their website, facebook and quarterly newsletter.
Some of the jobs they have available now are:
PCYS also has internships available for OSU students and classes. However, these are not a part of the rewards program.
If you’re interested in registering to volunteer, contact Linda at (405) 377-3380 or email@example.com
Governor Brad Henry has proclaimed Nov. 14-21 as “Tobacco-Free Oklahoma Week” to promote tobacco-free property policies that protect Oklahoma workers and the public from secondhand smoke, model healthy behaviors for youth, and help support tobacco users who are trying to quit.
Source: Oklahoma Settlement Endowment Trust, November, 14, 2009, www.tsetok.gov.