Posted in December 2012

Dealing With Tragedy

Dealing With Tragedy


It was with profound heartache that we learned of the unthinkable tragedy in Newtown. Helping children play and learn, and giving teachers the tools and support they need to bring out their students’ potential is why we do what we do. Being so close to home, S&S Worldwide feels this loss deeply. With heavy hearts, … Continue reading

Help Protect Children Against Whooping Cough

Help Protect Children Against Whooping Cough


Vermont is experiencing high rates of whooping cough (pertussis). More than 10 times the number of confirmed cases have been reported to the Health Department in 2012 compared with the same time last year. The Health Department’s primary goal is to prevent disease and deaths due to pertussis in infants. Whooping cough is a disease … Continue reading

SerVermont: Beyond Irene

SerVermont: Beyond Irene


SerVermont has been invited to participate in the planning of the “Beyond Irene: Continuing Vermont’s Recovery & Shaping Our Future Resilience Summit”, and as a partner in our efforts to assist communities to effectively utilizing volunteers, we would like to extend this invitation to you.  We hope that you will be able to Save the Date and … Continue reading

LEARNING CENTER: THE GRANTSMANSHIP CENTER OFFERS MINI-WEBCASTS

LEARNING CENTER: THE GRANTSMANSHIP CENTER OFFERS MINI-WEBCASTS


Thanks to Barbara Floersch of The Grantsmanship Center for sharing this announcement. The Grantsmanship Center is producing a series of free mini-webcasts. Most are under 3 minutes long (the one on federal applications is a bit longer) and all addresses a critical aspect of planning or writing grant proposals.  The focus is on planning, on developing logical arguments for funding, … Continue reading