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March 2019 

Updates curated from our blog...to see more visit http://daily-work.org/blog/

Save the Date: Friday, May 10
Daily Work Steps To Success Luncheon 2019

Each year, Daily Work’s Steps to Success Luncheon brings together members from all parts of our community; business and non-profit leaders, volunteers, service partners, and donors to learn more about Daily Work and experience first-hand testimonials about the impact of their support. Together, we are reducing economic disparities in our community by helping people increase their incomes through work.

The 2019 Steps Luncheon promises to be the best yet!

There is no cost to attend the event. Lunch is provided. Mailed invitations to previous attendees will arrive in early April.

To register online, please visit https://steps2success2019.eventbrite.com

Daily Work  Earns Charities Review Council's Meets Standards® Seal

We Are a Meets Standards Organization!

We’re thrilled to announce that Daily Work is now a Charities Review Council Meets Standards® organization!

Nonprofit organizations, such as Daily Work, earn the Meets Standards® seal by voluntarily participating in Charities Review Council’s Accountability Wizard® review process. The only web-based product of its kind, the Accountability Wizard® is a time-tested tool, elevated by nationally recognized capacity building practitioners and philanthropic thought leaders. The Accountability Wizard® is based on Charities Review Council’s 25 Accountability Standards®, a balance of nonprofit sector promising practices, public expectations, and legal requirements, representing the shared expectations between donors and nonprofits.Read More

Building A Connection

By Megan Toner, Case Management Intern

“How was your weekend?” Salim asked me one recent Monday morning. That simple question was meaningful to me. Here’s why:

Salim’s interest in my life demonstrates to me that we’re building a rapport. Our interactions are not just one-sided, but a two-way street where we both feel invested in the relationship and the goals we set together. Rapport also demonstrates... Read More

Education: The Cure and the Problem

By Josh Brooks, Case Management Intern

At Daily Work, we are committed to helping everyone find worthwhile employment, no matter what their level of skill. But services like ours are just one part of the solution. As long as those who do "unskilled" labor are almost uniformly working for poverty wages, as long as we erect a wall between "skilled" and "unskilled" work which can only overcome with education... Read More

You Are Your Resume

By Lee Olafson, Volunteer Web Services Manager

Daily Work helps job seekers create good and accurate resumes that can highlight the strengths you bring to the workforce. They also help job seekers learn how to interview effectively and overcome any discomfort they have about showcasing their strengths or talking about difficult topics. Writing good resumes and interviewing effectively can be obstacles for anyone...  Read More

Personal Care Pacs

Daily Work interns and volunteers brainstormed on what to do with the donations from generous donors, often frequent travelers who accrue travel sized items regularly. The personal care pacs fit the bill. Items in the pacs include travel size shampoo, conditioner, body wash, lotion, toothpaste, toothbrush, deodorant and lip balm. we have bags for both men and women... Read More

                                       



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