You can rest assured that all of us at JA of Lincoln know just how fortunate we are to have the wonderful supporters who allow us to impact so many students every year. Of course, a new year means a new chance to do more than ever before, making sure that students all across Southeastern Nebraska (and Central Nebraska now, too!) have their best shot at success. As always, that means we humbly turn to our army of friends!
We know that everyone’s situation is different, and that’s why we’re coming to you with two different ways you can help. If you prefer to give of your time, then we hope you’ll consider becoming a classroom volunteer! If you’ve never experienced the JA curriculum in the classroom, then we really hope you’ll give it a chance. You won’t be disappointed! There’s nothing quite like seeing first hand how eyes are opened and futures are impacted when you give of your time and experience. It’s only a 5-hour commitment (either one hour a day on 5 consecutive days or one hour a week over 5 weeks), and can be organized around your schedule. We’ll take you through a simple training and give you all the materials you need. For more information on becoming a classroom volunteer, contact Jessica States at email@example.com or (402) 467-4479.
If becoming a classroom volunteer isn’t something that can work for you right now, then classroom sponsorship might be the perfect way to get involved. For $100, you’ll allow us to put the JA curriculum, including all the necessary materials and delivered by a trained volunteer, in one local classroom. You can even pick the school and classroom you’d like to sponsor! In return, you’ll receive a personalized thank you note from the students you’re impacting. For more information on becoming a classroom sponsor, contact Tera Norris at firstname.lastname@example.org of (402) 467-1217.
Can’t decide? Why not sponsor the classroom that you volunteer in? That would make you one of our favorite people on the planet!
As always, thank you for helping us build a brighter future for Lincoln and Nebraska, one classroom at a time!