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March 6, 2018
TTN Boston Services Up Home Cooking for Ronald McDonald House
Kudos to TTN'ers Joyce Blumenthal, Ginny Kiefer, Susan Spector and Audrey Tedeman who prepared and served a home cooked meal at Ronald McDonald House Boston Harbor @RMHBostonHarbor in early January.
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March 31, 2016
Central Park Conservancy
Members of The Transition Network who love the city but love Mother Earth, too, might like to follow the example set by NYC Chapter's Finance Chair, Maria Tardugno. For the past four years, Maria has been volunteering for the Central Park Conservancy, which is charged with maintaining that icon of public space, Manhattan’s great Central Park. Spotting green-shirted workers in the park, her curiosity spurred her to go to the internet and find out who these dedicated park care-givers were.
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July 9, 2015
NYC Chapter Creates IMPACT with Chat and Pack!
This June we had the pleasure of interviewing TTN New York member Nancy Ribeck, as she discussed her chapter's involvement with Chat and Pack. This program organizes aid for Care for the Homeless in their efforts to provide necessary resources for homeless citizens of New York City.
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May 15, 2015
Rebuilding Together Philadelphia
The Philadelphia Chapter of TTN has a long history of creating an IMPACT within the community. From teaming up with the fabulous organization Career Wardrobe, to developing a member based donation initiative, The TTN Philadelphia Giving Circle, this chapter is committed to making a difference. We spoke with TTN Board and Philadelphia Steering Committee member, Chrissa Merron about the chapter's involvement with Rebuilding Together Philadelphia, an organization transforming the lives of lower income families by fixing houses and communities block by block, together.
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September 14, 2014
TTN-NYC Volunteer Project and The Fortune Society – A Perfect Match!
“I thought that there was a potentially perfect match to be made between TTN and The Fortune Society, an organization serving formerly incarcerated individuals. Fortune had a specific need for help and I thought that TTN had the perfect kinds of volunteers to fill that need” said Betty Rauch. Betty, a TTNer and Chair of Fortune’s Board of Directors, contacted Eileen Kobrin, then Chair of the Volunteer Committee. “I was delighted that Eileen was as enthusiastic as I was.” Together, they developed a program that would provide real value to both organizations.
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