For RVCC ONE, our new contact person at ONE is Meredith Horowski, a recent and passionate university grad whose life was changed when she got involved with ONE. Read her inspiring story here.
Let's continue making a difference!
Here's our official ONE Holiday Card! It highlights all the amazing accomplishments that our ONE members helped achieve this year.
Download it & email to a friend or click the "SHARE" button to post on your Facebook wall.
Looking for some good news? Take a look here.
Hunger does not take a holiday.
ONE at a time, we can make a difference! Bring your non-perishable food donations to campus and drop it off at a SIFE collection point! http://www.facebook.com/pages/SIFE-RVCC/153354724735324
Hi Everyone, Thank you for your hard work this semester! Our voices were loud and clear, we made an impact in the fight against extreme poverty and we are now ranked #33 out of 2,581 schools across the nation!
Even as we prepare for finals and wind down the last days of Fall semester, we can still get a head start for next semester by picking up the phone and calling President Obama to thank him for his World AIDS commitment.
White House Comments line (202) 456-1111 State yo...ur full name, where you are from, and your thank you message for President Obama. You'll get 15 points for our school, just remember to report it through ONE Campus Challenge Facebook app on the left hand side of our page. Click on "Report Points" and select "Call Congress" Don't forget to type in our school!
Good Luck on your finals and enjoy your break! Our next meeting is Tues Jan 24th in the Cafeteria for Club Recruitment Day from 1:00 - 2:20pm
Congratulations to the ONE Campus Challenge winners!
Not sure what to give her or him for the holidays? Look at all of Oxfam's charitable gifts that you can give in his or her name. Chicks, gardens, school books, toys, small business loans, irrigation, school lunches, and more--in all price ranges.
You're against corruption, right? It keeps countries poor, it stops democracy in its tracks. One good way to fight corruption is to support efforts at transparency--open information about how money is spent by governments and companies and other big organizations. Make Aid Transparent is a ONE campaign aimed at how governments, including ours, spend their aid money. (We don't come off too well--not because our government is very corrupt, but more because it can be secretive and/or wasteful.) So sign up here and support transparency!
The world has made incredible progress in its efforts to fight HIV/AIDS, but we are still a long way from declaring victory on AIDS. Join us in an open discussion of HIV/AIDS, its effects and what we can do about it.
Thurs. 12/01 1:00pm