Navigate wellness initiatives making a difference in our communities – holiday charitable opportunities now being organized

Gloria Hill, Linda Decker, Georgine Myles and Rhonda Gleason pictured with the items they coordinated to be donated to the House of Hope.

Are you involved in a Navigate wellness initiative such as Charmed by Charity? The Channel is the place to share what you are doing and invite others to help! Check out what Rhonda Gleason in Creative Services was able to accomplish with the help of others in the agency as part of her Navigate challenge. Rhonda coordinated a food drive to benefit the House of Hope in Waterloo.

Get ready for the next team challenge getting kicked off soon! Sign-up for “Healthy U” is already underway and is bound to keep everyone on track with healthy eating and habits through the holiday season!  

Holiday giving opportunities

The Cedar Falls, Clear Lake and Marshalltown offices will once again be sponsoring a holiday giving event in December.

  • The Cedar Falls office will be adopting four families from the Boys and Girls Club in the Cedar Valley once again this year.
  • The Clear Lake office will be honoring the charitable contributions and actions of staff by having staff identify at the December 19 meeting which charity they have contributed to and what town.
  • The Marshalltown office will be sharing a food advent calendar with staff to collect canned goods to give to the local food bank.

Watch for more details with specifics on these great events to help those in need this holiday season.

Contacts:

Cedar Falls Office – Barb Schroeder bschroeder@centralriversaea.org

Clear Lake Office – Laura Rinnels lrinnels@centralriversaea.org

Marshalltown Office – Carolyn Wanatee cwanatee@centralriversaea.org

One Sock at a Time

Wear your crazy socks for a $2 donation to the Northern Lights Alliance for the Homeless in Mason City, Iowa. Northern Lights Alliance for the Homeless has been in operation since 1999 and have increased the program from helping men to now helping women and their children, families and veterans. Donation buckets will be available at each location.

Details can be found on this flyer!

Fun with Frosty event

Central Rivers AEA has committed to serving our community during the holiday season by supporting the Boys and Girls Club “Fun with Frosty” event. This event will take place on Tuesday, December 17 from 4:30-6:30 at the Boys and Girls Club (515 Lime Street, Waterloo). 

Volunteers will help serve dinner and assist with crafts and games. We need 12-15 volunteers who will commit to helping make this event a wonderful night for the kids. Sign up by Monday, November 25. Contact Lori Thomas (lthomas@centralriversaea. org) with any questions. 

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