Global Grassroots welcomes individual's and group's support and engagement with our work. We invite you to peruse our offerings of resources and ideas for:
Our greatest need is always fundraising so that we may continue to grow our work and fund new social projects benefiting women. There are numerous ways groups may get involved in sponsoring a project or conducting a fundraising event to help engage their community in supporting our programs.
Take the example of Cherokee Elementary School in Scottsdale, Arizona. An initiative led by parent and activist Jami Schulman has engaged students, teachers and the broader community in learning about water issues in Rwanda. The school designed their own water bottles which they then sold to raise money, which has helped launch the Have a Good Life water project in Rwanda.
BECOME A CERTIFIED CONSCIOUS SOCIAL CHANGE PRACTITIONER
The Conscious Social Change (CSC) Certification Program provides an intensive and experience-based training in the methods, philosophy, skills and frameworks of Conscious Social Change, preparing new CSC Practitioners to integrate Global Grassroots' approaches into their own professional work and/or lead or provide technical support for Global Grassroots' core programs. The CSC Certification Program is a three-part training program delivered over 15 months. Click here to download an overview of the program and contact us to register for our next course: firstname.lastname@example.org
INVITE US TO YOUR CAMPUS
Global Grassroots has launched its first uAcademy for Conscious Change for university students at Dartmouth College. In partnership with the Dickey Center for International Understanding and the Rockefeller Center for Public Policy, Global Grassroots will offer a unique eight week social venture incubator, where students will learn and apply our tools, methodology, skills and frameworks in conscious social change to design new ideas and serve as mindful leaders and change agents in their home communities and abroad. Our engaging new program represents a unique fusion of personal leadership, global citizenship, and international development. If you are interested in bringing the uAcademy to your campus, email us at: email@example.com
Global Grassroots feels it is critically important to help break down the disconnect that often exists between those living in the West and the underserved women we support in Africa. One way to help people feel more connected is to host an awareness raising event or form a circle in your community that will make a commitment to personal and societal transformation. In addition to all the ideas contained in the Change Agents section of our site, consider inviting Global Grassroots founder, Gretchen Wallace, to host a workshop or speak at your event.
For Speaking Engagements:
Contact Julie O'Keefe at GDA Speakers 214.420.5105
For Conscious Social Change Workshops:
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
We no longer accept short-term volunteers overseas, but we occasionally consider long-term engagements of 3 - 12 months, on a case by case basis depending upon our current needs. If you are interested in volunteering on a specific project basis, please download and submit our volunteer application with your resume.
If you don't need these items anymore, consider donating the following as gifts in kind that we could use:
- Lap top computers
- Video cameras and tripods for our film projects
- Airline miles
- HP 21 and 22 printer cartridges
- Free international shipping
If you are interested in a long-term volunteer opportunity, please download and submit the following volunteer application with your resume to email@example.com.
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