Press Release

Posted by
Jennifer C.

Program Director, Embrace Refugee Birth Support

Posted Date
Jul 24, 2019
Location
Virtual volunteer opportunity
Impact statement
This project will save us $1,348 , allowing us to focus funding on employing community members to teach our curriculum to refugee women in our community. Educated mothers have better birth outcomes which lead to healthier families and communities.

Project Details

What We Need
  • 1-2 page press release that can be distributed to news outlets
Additional Details

We are looking for a press release as we launch our Childbirth Education Curriculum. We are focused on educating refugees and immigrants and would like to reach other organizations, non-profits, educators, medical providers and universities to tell them about our curriculum.

What We Have In Place
  • We currently have a curriculum guide, presentation and metrics, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have preliminary data, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help

We are getting ready to launch our childbirth education curriculum state and nationwide and would like to share how beneficial and effective it is to have a curriculum that meets the specific needs of refugees and immigrants. Unlike traditional western childbirth education materials our curriculum reflects the community it serves to educate.

Project Plan

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Prep: Information Gathering
  • Volunteer Manager and Professional discuss initiative, partnership, or event that Organization wishes to publicizes
  • Volunteer Manager shares existing marketing materials, mission statement, and program descriptions for Professional to incorporate into press release
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Milestone 1: Press Release Writing
  • Professional writes draft of press release and shares with Volunteer Manager
  • Volunteer Manager gives feedback, which Professional incorporates
  • Professional delivers final version of press release
  • (Optional) Volunteer Manager incorporates Press Release into Press Kit
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About The Org

Our Mission

Friends of Refugees' mission is to empower refugees through opportunities for well-being, education, and employment.

What We Do

Friends of Refugees serves 5,000 refugees each year in the Clarkston, Georgia area. Services provided through our programs include:

Refugee Family Literacy: provides English literacy education and life skills instruction for refugee women along with high quality early learning for their children under the age of 5.

Refugee Career Hub: provides employment assistance, training classes, networking support, job placement and computer/internet access to refugees in their search for employment.

Embrace Refugee Birth Support: provides pre- and post-natal education and support to refugee women who are pregnant or new mothers.

Summer Youth Camp: provides a summer camp for elementary and middle school students to experience arts and crafts, sports, academics, and field trips.

Youth Mentoring: provides students tutoring, access to computers and internet for projects, test preparation, group activities, sports, and mentoring.

Community Garden: provides garden plots and community space for refugees to grow food for their families and sell produce for personal income.

Start ME Clarkston: provides a business accelerator program encompassing training, mentoring, and access to funds to help launch new refugee-owned businesses.

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