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The Community Blueprint (CB) is a set of promising practices that address the following eight critical issue areas affecting veterans leading to community change.
Each topic leads to a list of resources in the Hampton Roads area:
This initiative, administered by Points of Light was developed by a committed and expert group of over 55 veteran and military-serving organizations, the CB drives collaboration, innovation, best practice sharing and more effective delivery of services among organizations that serve military personnel and their families.
Give An Hour @Hampton Roads Community Blueprint: Points of Light Veterans Leader Corps applications are open! POLVLC seeks 75 AmeriCorps members for an October 8th starting date. As a Veterans' Leader Corps member, you will: *Help veterans build workforce skills. *Develop volunteer projects to serve veterans. *Provide leadership opportunities for veterans in your community. Click link to apply for local opportunities http://bit.ly/1qIXKgk
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Give An Hour @Hampton Roads Community Blueprint: Military Spouse Appreciation Luncheon @ 2014 NHA Symposium HSC Wing Atlantic Officers Spouses' Clubs May 14, 2014 from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM Norfolk, VA. Featuring Nancy St. Claire from Give an Hour. Free childcare on site. http://bit.ly/1kT1Ld7
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Give An Hour @Hampton Roads Community Blueprint: Come join Blue Star Families for a circus celebration with Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Presents Legends, the newest edition of the Greatest Show on Earth! Ringmaster Johnathan will be hosting this special celebration for military children and their families. Admission is free, but approved base access for Naval Station Norfolk is required. https://bluestarfam.secure.f...
3 years ago
Give An Hour One @Hampton Roads Community Blueprint: The Virginia Beach SPCA will be hosting a pet therapy program for military children whose parent/s are deployed, one of our Pets and Pals programs. Animals can provide comfort and support during difficult life hardships. The program is free and includes 2 hours of animal related activities on one Saturday per month. The first session will be Saturday, November 16th, 2-4PM. For more information please contact: Jessie Comba at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kathy Shambo at email@example.com
3 years ago