Charitable Work Day is The Putney School's way of contributing to the global community by donating our labor towards a cause. This year's Charitable Work Day will be Saturday, May 10th.
This year we have elected to donate the funds we raise to Citta, an organization dedicated to providing access to healthcare and education in some of the poorest and most isolated places in the world. Citta also works holistically with these communities to help them develop their prospects for sustainable economic development.
This week's listings, arranged spuriously but without impugnment:
Need Carpenter to Shave Off a Few Inches from a Large Table
Spring Garden Help
Hello fellow Brattleboro and sorrounding areas....
I am Jennifer Haselton the brattleboro area overflow shelter coordinator.
I am looking to see if there's anyone who is interested in some volunteer hours I am currently looking for 2nd shift which consists of 1 a.m. To 7 a.m. I have quite a bit of volunteer hours during that shift available if anyone is interested please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This week's listings, arranged hap hazard ly:
Car Pooling To Putney Community Supper
Clean Sod And Garden Soil Available
Need Some Heavy Duty Glue?
Offer Home Building, Energy Efficiency, Solar System/Site Consultation
Canoe Or Single Kayak For Use
Live Music For Parties, Weddings Or Concerts, Fundraisers
Need Some Help Getting Your Garden Ready?
Citizens Awareness Network supports the Public Service Board's decision to grant approval of the amended CPG that supports in total the Memorandum of Understanding reached between the State of Vermont and Entergy. While many have serious concerns about Entergy and its ability to live up to its commitments, the settlement reached between the state and Entergy is precedent setting. It is now up to the corporation to live up to its commitments and work constructively with the state of Vermont to achieve a safe and responsible decommissioning of the plant.
This week's listings, arranged from Lion to Lamb:
Need Help Flyering
Help Us Plans our Garden/Landscape
Prep Work for Driveway
Assistance with Transportation
Gallery Greeter at BMAC
Hebrew Tutor for Bar Mitzvah
This week's listings, arranged in Robert's Rules of Order:
Gallery Greeter at BMAC
Events Security at BMAC
Moving Furniture with Truck March 22-23
Seeking Dog Trainer
Help Putting Up Flyers in Brattleboro and Surrounding Towns
Request for Special Diets Foods for April 11th Putney Community Supper
Help Me Find Alternative to my Current Windows XP!
I Need Some Ukrainian Easter Eggs (Pysanky), New or Old!
Repair Plastic Window Velcro-Backing on Yurt Wall
Some Lingering Questions Using my Windows 8
This week's listings, arranged non-randomly:
Help with Solarize Putney Event, Sat. March 15th, 5-10 PM
Help Me Make Kindling?
Need a Creative Carpentry Solution
Need a Trapeze!
Child Care While I'm at the Gym
March 28th 6-8 PM Event Support: Rich Earth Institute
BCTV Open Studio with Tim Johnson interviewing Windham Orcherstra and Brattleboro Senior Meals. A benefit concert on March 20th at the Latchis Theater.
This article in the Reformer provides the details that I did not in an earlier post.
After reading the article, please consider donating to this effort to make more of Brattleboro's Coffee orhanic and helping the farmers who grow it escape loan rates of 200%.
This week's listings, arranged without prejudice:
Ubuntu Linux Operating System Help
Spanish Immersion Weekend
IT Support for Computers and Software
This week's listings, arranged in non-binary notation:
Offering Postpartum Doula Support
Holistic Attachment Mom Available for Childcare
Private Prenatal Yoga Sessions
Membership Share to Costco
Minor Electrical Repair
New Yorker Magazines Available
A donation for as little as $7 can make a difference, and yes, you get a cafe drink as a reward. It really is that easy.
Mocha Joe's has helped more than 50 farmers get organic certification.(To make the program sustainable they need to certify many more.)
Mocha Joe's is also helping to set up a fund so that the farmers can avoid taking out loans at rates that are as high as 200%. How? By funding the local credit union. Every dollar we raise, helps create that fund, and help the farmers join the credit union.
This week's listings, arranged in geomorphic layers:
Food Prep for weight Loss
Help Install Interior 2-Way Cat Flap Door
Drip, Drip, Drip! - help dealing with a leaky ceiling and falling plaster
Baked Goods Needed For Fundraising Table at CSA/Gardening Event
Homemade Salad Dressing
Help Shopping for Health Insurance