1. We are working on ongoing professional development trainings and consultations for our clients to keep them moving toward a strong and sustainable organization.
2. We are making deeper connections through supportive partnerships and special programs and events.
3. We are enhancing our digital footprint and public relations efforts so you can see and hear from us more on topics that matter most to you.
January 6, 2018 at 6:00pm
Location: Facebook Live on "The 2018 Whole Life Overhaul
" group page.
It is a private group so you will need to request to join by 12:00 noon on January 6.
Please do not
try to signup during the broadcast as it will create live alerts. Thanks, guys.
Be on the look out for our new publication AWOKE Zine! popping up throughout the city. The publication is designed to make you think. Wanna be our cover artist? Contact us at email@example.com
Looking for Black Male Poets for a Special Project. Contact Us at 267-331-5971 for more info.
The Genre Arts Program
Bring Theatre Games into your school or after school program!
Cost: $250 per class of up to 25 students.
January 30, 2018 at 6:00 PM
To join this live conversation, sign up for the Mission Inc
group page on Facebook.
Interested in hosting a corporate training? Ask us about our training programs!
SCORE Philadelphia has partnered with Mission Incorporated to provide two workshops on starting nonprofits. You can register by clicking the links below.
"How to Start a NonProfit"
and Thursday, December 14, 2017
, 6:00 - 8:30 PM, Community College of Philadelphia, Northwest Regional Center, 1300 West Godfrey Avenue, Room 216, Philadelphia, PA 19141
Mission Incorporated will be hosting a "Welcome 2018" Retreat on January 6th at Germantown Espresso on Maplewood Mall. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a space.
Mission Incorporated is looking for Black Male Poets for a Project in February 2018. Email email@example.com
for more information.
On the next Facebook Live Vlog, aptly named "A Bit of the Business" we will be discussing the GOP tax plan.
In partnership with The Elton Brand Foundation, ACME supermarkets , and the Richard R. Epps Foundation, Mission Incorporated gave over $1,000 worth of household supplies and food to passerby's along Germantown Avenue. The project is part of a new program called Mission Forward, set to address the immediate needs of underserved communities.
The items were secured through extreme couponing that netted over 100 items at a dollar or less. The project was an example of how we could all do so much more with less, just by getting a little creative and banding together to get it done.
CEO, Lawanda Horton visits G-Town Radio's Ed Feldman to discuss her work
at Mission Incorporated, her views on funding in the nonprofit sector, and a host of other crazy topics.
Ready. Set. Go!
As our 10 year anniversary approaches, Mission Incorporated has developed a community programs calendar. The calendar includes additions to our training schedule and programs centered on our 2018 calendar year's theme: "Make & Create". If you are interested in any of this year's offerings, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive email updates, times, and location/information/cost.
Out and About
Mission Incorporated attends the Resistance Summer Happy Hour presented by the Philadelphia Young Democrats - hosted by Katherine Gilmore Richardson and Kellan White. CEO Lawanda Horton Sauter pictured here with Congressman Bob Brady, District Attorney candidate Larry Krasner, Superior Court candidate Carolyn Nichols.