Helping the Homeless in Charlottesville

I wake up every morning and think, “There’s so much I want to do!”

Today brought the opportunity to start doing one of the items on my list; helping to solve the homeless problem in the Charlottesville community. Today I was elected to the board of People and Congregations Engaged in Ministry (PACEM). I became familiar with PACEM when my church hosted homeless guests over the first two winters we have lived in Charlottesville. I learned more about the organization while working on the www.voicesofpoverty.org project when we interviewed homeless guests and PACEM director Dave Norris for a podcast series devoted to the poverty problem in our community.

I’m excited about the opportunity to contribute what I know about community relations, media strategy, development techniques and strategic planning to help this worthwhile organization.

There’s so much I want to do!

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I'm a public relations professional, social media consultant and work-at-home-mom living and working in Charlottesville, Va. I'm Marijean Jaggers and this is my blog.
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1 Response to Helping the Homeless in Charlottesville

  1. DaveNorris says:

    We’re very much looking forward to your contributions Marijean!! Thanks so much for your willingness to get involved. Dave Norris

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