Laurel Creech, Chief Service Officer of the Mayor's Office, speaks about Cities of Service, started by 19 different Mayors across the United States, including Mayor Karl Dean. Specifically describes Nashville's flood recovery efforts through programs such as Impact Nashville, the Mayor's Workplace Challenge, and Neighborhood Challenge.
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BY JUDY KEENE
@ VOL 10
ON JAN 30, 2014
In gratitude to our courageous military heroes, Judy Keene left corporate America two years ago to become a full-time volunteer and administrator for Next Step Service Dogs. Here, an inspiring group of people train service dogs for veterans with PTSD. Next Step trains rescue dogs to be amazing service dogs, whose job is to serve their veteran with trained behaviors that diminish or prevent seizures and sense anxiety.
To help those who are unable to afford the cost of a service animal, we created a guide that breaks down the total costs of obtaining a service dog, and provide a list of several alternative methods for financing these costs.
We also included a list of accredited organizations who provide complete or partial financial assistance for several different causes and individuals in need.
Please follow the link below to our Guide:
The Art of Community
BY ANGEL POVENTUD
@ VOL 22
ON MAY 18, 2014
Angel Poventud is the unofficial mayor of Atlanta, which he has become through his dedication to bringing people and his community together. He discusses how community projects are facilitated by strength in numbers and create more accessibility in cities.
All I Need to Know I learned in a Community Newsroom
BY CAYLEY DOBIE
@ VOL 11
ON MAY 06, 2016
Cayley Dobie takes us through the important life and other lessons she's gleaned while cutting her teeth in community newsrooms.
From Corporate to Community-It could happen to you!
BY KELLIE HERSEY
@ VOL 2
ON APR 25, 2017
Kellie Hersey has shared her journey with us tonight and will showcase the agencies, programs and people that require our support. This presentation will show that 1 in 5 people utilize a variety of help and that you can and have made a difference through various outlets. And that's it's ok. Asking for a hand up is ok. That's what community is all about. It could be you.
Finding Purpose Through Travel, Service, and Photography
BY JONATHAN H. LEE
@ VOL 32
ON SEP 26, 2017
"I was hungry for more than concrete and cars but I didn't where to seek answers."
In "Finding Purpose Through Travel, Service, and Photography" from PechaKucha Night Christchurch Vol. 32, Jonathan H. Lee shares his extraordinary experiences that have led him to opportunities that would forever change his life.
Jonathon is a traveling photographer and videographer with a passion for wilderness, community development, and sustainable food and urban systems. In the past several years his work and interests have given him opportunities to visit many places around the globe for learning, serving, and sharing in all forms. Jonathan’s most recent collaboration is with Conscious Impact, a grassroots organization dedicated to rebuilding community in a rural village in Nepal following the devastating 2015 earthquake.