Influencing a community to help the homeless

Have you ever wondered how to ignite passion for your goals with large groups? How to involve people to gain helpful input and buy-in? How to inspire people to follow-through with meaningful contributions?

Would you like to observe, or better yet participate, in a unique, free community summit?

Join me in a high-energy, fun, and emotionally meaningful event at the Harbor Homes Nashua Care Center, November 8, 2010 (click here for event information)

This special collaborative summit is an important part of the strategic planning process for the Care Center, a phenomenal nonprofit that you can think of as the “Harvard of the Homeless.” This center offers a “hand-up” to women who are committed to transforming their lives in order to achieve a stable home for themselves and their children.  Graduates come from hard-knock situations and go through powerful programs to gain the skills, emotional stability and education to become strong, healthy, contributing citizens.

If you’re like me and you find REAL change an inspiring and fulfilling experience in your life, please come with an open mind and heart. You’ll hear a few stories from graduates of this challenging program, and from others who have been fulfilled by contributing to its success.

Then-and this truly is the fun part-you’ll join in a brainstorming session to uncover fresh ideas to help the Care Center be even more transformative going forward. You’ll see the power of Appreciative Inquiry and other positive-change tools in action. And you know me, it will be highly engaging, with lots of laughs, interaction, and insight.

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2 Comments on “Influencing a community to help the homeless”

  1. Pamela Wallace Says:

    I absolutely love this concept; what a inspired idea! Wish I could join you for this brainstorm, but I’m out of town that day. Please, keep me posted if more of these opportunities arise!

    • Bob Faw Says:

      Thanks, Pamela.
      These community events blend ignite, involve, and inspire the most powerfully.
      I hope you can join us for the next one.
      Best, Bob

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