We are excited to announce that we have launched our 2012 Linked Campaign, designed to connect US schools to our West African project sites! Want to take part? Check out what it's all about!
Last week, Deme one of our volunteers, visited our project sites in Equatorial Guinea! As part of our ongoing effort to provide only sustainable and necessary aid, we work with on-the-ground volunteers to complete at least one visit per year to each of our project sites. During these trips, we assess the impacts of our aid and work with the local community to improve our giving.
Will you be traveling to Equatorial Guinea, Ghana, or Madagascar? Serve as a trained Ladybug Project Site Assessment volunteer! Email Kim Reuter, Director, for more information (email@example.com)!
We are excited to welcome Autumn to The Ladybug Project Inc. today; she starts her Drexel Universit co-op employment with us! Throughout the next six months, Autumn will be planning outreach events, including a high-end fundraising event. In addition to gaining development and project management skills, she will be able to give back to Equatorial Guinea - a country she worked in, in 2008. Welcome Autumn!
For more information on how you can intern with has to meet your university internship requirements, please read this!
Michelle, our FGCU Intern, was invited to attend tthe FGCU President's dinner tonight as a Ladybug Project Club representative! Congratulations, Michelle!
We are excited to announce that Michelle (our FGCU intern) and about 20 other students have started a Ladybug Project club at Florida Gulf Coast University in South-West Florida! They are holding their first executive meeting tonight!
For more information about the FGCU student club, please visit this link. For information on how university students can work with us, read this!
Last night the Tennessee Tech University Spanish Club held an awesome Ladybug Project awareness event at Poet's on the Square Coffee shop in Cookeville, TN. Not only was there a huge turnout, but the club was able to collect a large amount of monetary donations in addition to several hundred pounds of supplies! Check out the pictures! A special thanks to Frank at TTU for his efforts spearheading the effort!
For more information on how you can plan and awareness event on our behalf, check out: http://www.theladybugproject.com/raise-funds-for-us.html
We are excited to welcome Elise Mantell to our staff! She will be serving as a volunteer Public Health Grant Writer as part of our 2011-2012 initiative to widen our income sources.
This initiative, launched last month, brings our grant writing and outreach potential to three individuals, each of which are working in concert and individually to help attract funding sources to our cause!
More information about Elise can be found on our team page!