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    give today As a nonprofit, Community Renewal depends on the generosity of neighbors like you to ensure the work of restoring community continues. All gifts go straight to funding programs in Pottawatomie County.

  • Worth It. Conference | Community Renewal

    Mentor Sign-Up Mentor Info Student Sign-Up Student Info Breakout Session Title Information about the session, and what to expect. ​ Some of the questions that are good to ask along with this video. why it's important. etc. Speakers Travis Flood community coordinator (lives on-site) The bio info about the speaker pictured above should go here. Travis Flood community coordinator (lives on-site) The bio info about the speaker pictured above should go here. Have questions? Email ! rachel@communityrenewal.org

  • Neighbor Network | Community Renewal

    neighbor to neighbor network A grassroots, community-wide initiative to combat the loneliness epidemic through meaningful neighborhood connections. join the network how it works

  • Friendship Houses | Community Renewal of Pottawatomie County

    friendship houses Every person ought to have the opportunity to live in a neighborhood where they feel safe, valued, and connected. Friendship houses make that dream a reality for under-resourced neighborhoods. Community leaders and neighbors talk about what a Friendship House means for the neighborhood it serves, and why they are excited to have these homes in their communities. how a friendship house works Craig Family Friendship House Built through the generosity of the C.L. Craig & Avedis Foundations, this home & staff focuses on the Kickapoo Park neighborhood and Jefferson Elementary School. The House opened in August 2017 and serves through after school programs, an on-site GED program, community space, community garden, and partnerships with other local organizations to bring resources and support into the neighborhood. House Staff Travis Flood community coordinator (lives on-site) Call Email Rachel Monday assistant coordinator Call Email House Staff Michael Phillips community coordinator (lives on-site) Call Email Mandi Wells community coordinator Call Email Good Neighbor Friendship House Currently under construction through a generous partnership with the Absentee Shawnee Housing Authority, this house project focuses on the Boy Scout Park neighborhood & Pleasant Grove School. Although the house is not yet built, programming has already started within the neighborhood and school. The house is set to open in late 2020 at the corner of Bryan & Main in Shawnee.

  • Neighboring in COVID-19 | Community Renewal

    restoring community during covid-19 Research shows that social isolation and loneliness are detrimental to personal and societal health -- and that's why it's never been more important to get to know our neighbors, but it's important to do that safely. Take a look around for resources, ideas, and celebrations of "distance neighboring". Resource List We’re bringing together all of the resources available in our area in this comprehensive list. Because things change pretty regularly, we update this list every week! Please use this resource to ensure that all of our neighbors have what they need during this extraordinarily challenging time. Share Whole Channel This Video Facebook Twitter Pinterest Tumblr Copy Link Link Copied Play Video Play Video Worth It. 2020 Teaser! Real Women Sharing Real Life Play Video Play Video Jefferson Wisdom Video Play Video Play Video Campus Culture Introduction Load More

  • Nonprofit | Community Renewal of Pottawatomie County | United States

    need help connecting during covid-19? resources OUR NEW PLACE I'm a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. Let your users get to know you. who we are Community Renewal of Pottawatomie County is a non-profit organization based in Shawnee, OK dedicated to helping neighbors restore their communities through intentional relationships. ​ We are an independent replication of the pioneering work of in Shreveport, LA. Community Renewal International what we do We help Pottawatomie County combat the by fostering connection at the neighborhood level, loneliness epidemic through a network of neighbors as well as school campus programs. program info why we're here Research shows that building healthy, connected neighborhoods has long-term positive impact on issues like education and crime rates , and we want those outcomes for our county. as well as physical health why relationships get involved Community Renewal isn’t an office or a staff. It’s a movement of neighbors making change! Join your community in volunteering through the Neighbor to Neighbor Network. I want to volunteer > what's new in the neighborhood Play Video Play Video 00:24 Worth It. 2020 Teaser! Real Women Sharing Real Life Worth It. is a project of Community Renewal to empower young women to see their own true identity and worth while building confidence to support their fellow female. In response to COVID-19, the 2020 Worth It. Conference will take place through a one-of-a-kind "pocket" model bringing women & girls together in micro-groups across the county to enjoy video series of real conversations with real women from our community on real life issues! Registration for this event is closed, but we can't wait to "see" everyone on September 26th for this unique 1 day event! Play Video Play Video 01:20 Jefferson Wisdom Video Mrs. T and Winky tell us about the We Care. Word of the week! Play Video Play Video 04:06 Campus Culture Introduction Community Renewal's introduction to our We Care. Words of the week for Shawnee Public Schools. Play Video Play Video 01:00 An update on the Good Neighbor Friendship House: Coming Soon! Under construction in partnership with the Absentee Shawnee Housing Authority, the newest Friendship House located at the corner of Bryan & Main is wrapping up construction; Brandon & Michael tell us more! #friendshiphouse #communityrenewal Play Video Play Video 00:46 Why vote yes? - a short message from Travis Flood Travis tells us about what he sees in the schools where he serves each week, and why you should vote YES on August 25th for needed maintenance and improvements to Shawnee Public Schools. #yesforthepack #everywolfeveryday #shawneestrong #yourvotecounts Play Video Play Video 01:05 A message from Executive Director Brandon Dyer -- Vote Yes on the Student Investment Plan "Census data says that 78% of the kids that graduate from our area stay in our area. So if we want to invest in the future of Shawnee -- if we want Shawnee to be the most amazing place to raise a family and to live, we need to invest in our kiddos..." #yesforthepack #everywolfeveryday #communityrenewal Play Video Play Video 00:36 Why are you voting YES! on August 25th, Michael? Community Coordinator Michael Phillips, who works in and through area schools with elementary school students every day, tells us why he is voting YES! for the Pack on August 25th, and hopes you will too. #yesforthepack #communityrenewal #everywolfeveryday Play Video Play Video 01:46 Zoe says YES! for the Pack -- [Why It Makes Business Sense] Why is Director of Neighboring Zoe Loeser voting YES! For the Pack? Because it makes economic and business sense. Vote Yes! on August 25th -- three weeks to go!! #yesforthepack #communityrenewal #everywolfeveryday

  • Art Show | Community Renewal

    Submit Your Art! Info on Submissions About Community Renewal Important Dates August 5 Open for Submissions ​ September 12 [Deadline extended!] Last day to submit works Participating galleries announced ​ September 15 Selected works announced October Galleries open for viewing

  • youth development | Community Renewal

    we care. campus Raising up the next generation of good neighbors through character development programs based in local schools. The Campus Culture Project Through this project, a culture of care is encouraged and supported on school campuses through character curriculum, activities, and "We Care. Wednesdays." Restorative Practices Middle & High School students in our enrichment classes, For Elementary students in after-school Kids Clubs and this program supports social-emotional skills through the consistent care of a trained mentor. Leadership Development Through Leaderships Clubs in Elementaries and Locker Leaders at the Middle & High School levels, this program teaches healthy leaderships skills and how to be civically engaged. more about this initiative

  • Worth It. Conference | Community Renewal

    Mentor Sign-Up Mentor Info Student Sign-Up Student Info what is worth it? Worth It. is a project of Community Renewal to empower young women to see their own true identity and worth while building confidence to support their fellow female. 2020 Pocket Conference In response to COVID-19, the 2020 Worth It. Conference will take place through a one-of-a-kind "pocket" model bringing women & girls together in micro-groups across the county. Have questions? Email ! rachel@communityrenewal.org

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