22 hours ago
My time with Restore Decor led me to create GlenEd Do Good. Volunteering at Restore Decor is about community. "Do Good" highlights easy ways to get involved and make a difference. I hope there is something for everyone in this group. I love seeing the do good network in action. I'm honored to share missions of many of my friends. TOGETHER we are making a difference in our community. We are supporting each other, and concentrating on the "good". I hope you can come out and support Restore Decor's mission and help us continue the good! We provide people a place to volunteer, reuse furniture, and provide financial support for over 16 non profits and families. I hope to see you Saturday Night! ... See MoreSee Less
Goshen Rotary Music Trivia Night ... See MoreSee Less
22 hours ago
Churches on the Streets needs your help in a big way!!
It's so cold outside! There are many homeless ON THE STREETS in this weather!
Please help us help others on the streets by dropping off any of the following at one of our donation barrel locations listed in the comments; cans of hot chocolate, warm coats, warm socks, warm blankets, sleeping bags, long underwear, hand/feet warmers, batteries, flashlights, small packets of tissues, small packets of Tylenol, all hygiene and first aid, candles, warm hoodies, tents, warm boots for both men and women!!
Want to join us Monday night?
GPS: 1333 N. 6th Street, St. Louis.
We're across the street from the Edward Jones Dome every Monday!
Also check out our website for more opportunities at www.churchesonthestreets.com ... See MoreSee Less
Enjoy your retirement! Thanks for all your service!As we enter 2018, we would like to officially announce Magnum's retirement from Facility Dog work. Originally placed with Hospice of Southern Illinois, INC. in 2010, Magnum ended his career with the St. Louis Circuit Attorney's Office, Victim Services Unit. Thank you Champ Assistance Dogs for your service dog mission and gift of Magnum to me and those he touched. Thank you Janet Cole for your mentorship on this journey. Magnum, while a little more gray, is very happily retired. He continues to love the outdoors, his family and his ball. Thank you friends for your love and support of Magnum. ... See MoreSee Less
1 day ago
Looking to volunteer? Did you know there is a page dedicated to opportunities in the Glen Carbon Edwardsville Community. I bet you will find a great place to get involved - check out the one below.
GlenEd Volunteer - www.facebook.com/glenedvolunteer/We are currently in need of volunteers to join our committees. Committees meet monthly and all focus on furthering our no-kill mission.
Development Committee: The Development Committee is responsible for developing funding ideas, recruiting individual and corporate donations, and enhancing public awareness about the organization and its mission. Those interested in joining this committee should have a passion for fundraising and event planning. The Development Committee meets the last Tuesday of every month at 6:30 PM.
The Shelter Committee is responsible for overseeing all major shelter projects, ensuring that ongoing shelter maintenance is completed, conducting volunteer training, addressing any shelter related issue brought to its attention, and keeping informed of current trends in sheltering animals. The Shelter Committee meets the last Thursday of every month at 6:30 PM. Meetings are held at MEHS.
The Marketing and Communications Committee's mission is to establish and coordinate all marketing and public relations through the following: setup and maintain a framework for marketing and public relations procedures; setup and maintain media outlets for marketing and public relations; devise information in various formats for the organization and its events; educate the public on the organization; and coordinate special interest articles and information. This committee is currently in need of individuals with graphic design and blogging experience. The Marketing and Communications Committee meets the first Tuesday of every month at 6:30 PM. Meetings are held at the cafe inside Books-A-Million, Edwardsville.
If you are interested in joining any of our committees, please email email@example.com. We will pass along your information to the committee chairs ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Start digging out your old cell phones for a great cause! Please consider participating in our cell phone collection. We will begin collecting on January 22. ... See MoreSee Less
Goshen Rotary -Blood Drive
Those donating blood will receive a bag of Goshen Coffee.
The need for blood is constant and only volunteer donors can fulfill that need for patients in our community. Nationwide, someone needs a unit of blood every 2 to 3 seconds and most of us will need blood in our lifetime ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
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Join us as we strive to encourage our community to REUSE ... REDUCE ... and RECYCLE. Our primary emphasis at this time is to encourage Glen Carbon and Edwardsville residents to remember to bring those handy reusable totes into EVERY store, thus decreasing the environmental impact of one-use plastic bags. We'd love to have your input and energies as we move forward with our goals! We meet in the main floor community room next to the Esic nursery and always have lively, interesting and productive meetings. Remember to .... Bring Your Own Bag!
BYOB Community Meeting