2014-10-14 23:23:12Posted in: Festival of TreesTagged in: Read more... 0 comments
The 2014 Festival of Trees Auction is always something to look forward to with marvelous auction items up for bid every year, and this year is no different.
The Auction this year will be held on Friday, December 5, 2014.
One of the items up for auction this year is the “Jeanie B”, a 72′ Gaff Rigged Schooner. (Many may recall the Jeanie B from last year’s auction of the “Jeannie B. schooner cruise for 25″)
Tickets to the event can be purchased by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Pictures of the – Jeanie B
2014-09-25 05:28:53Posted in: Pitt Community College Scholarship RecipientsScholarships - GrantsTagged in: Read more... 0 comments
Wykeemia Braxton is the recipient of the Family Support Network of Eastern NC scholarship to help with expenses as she enters Pitt Community College in the fall of 2014.
Wykeemia is a graduate of J.H. Rose High School in Greenville North Carolina.
2014-09-23 13:32:21Posted in: Angel Boberg Webb Memorial Scholarship RecipientsScholarships - GrantsTagged in: Read more... 0 comments
Angel Boberg Webb Memorial Scholarship Recipient
“Growing up with a special needs brother, my passion has always been to help educate those who may be overlooked due to their perceived disability. I grew up in the Greenville, North Carolina area, graduating high school from Farmville Central High School in 2008. I am currently perusing two degrees
in Special Education and Psychology. I also work with the Autism Society of Eastern NC where it is my duty to help make my clients’ lives better. After I graduate, I plan to begin fulfilling my teaching obligations in a disadvantaged county here in North Carolina. I also plan to further my education by attending a master’s program for teaching and psychology.”
Written by Meredith Clark
East Carolina University
Special Education Major
2014-08-22 12:51:30Posted in: Other Updates Read more... 0 commentsThe Family Support Network of Eastern NC Festival of Trees has been named one of the ’27 Things You Need to Know About Greenville, NC Before You Move There’ by movoto.com – a website for families moving to Greenville NC.If you haven’t sponsored a tree this year, there is still time to do so. Your contribution makes a huge difference to families in eastern NC. Our services are free to families, but it cost us approximately $27 per hour for one family. Average time spent with a family of a child with a disability, chronic illness, premature birth, or family that has experienced the death of a child is 10 hours. All our office, utilities, phones are in-kind, and a lot of our materials are purchased through grants and fund-raisers.Contact us today to learn how you can support families in Eastern NC and gain exposure for your business!Check this out, #27 on the list. FSN made the cut!!
2014-07-28 20:12:46Posted in: Peer-to-Peer Support Read more... 0 comments
How can Family Support Network of Eastern NC help you?
– Putting you in touch with other parents who have gone through a similar situation.
– Providing a “listening ear”
– Training volunteers to work with other parents in similar situation
– By providing free information and helping you find appropriate resources in your community.
– All services are confidential
– All FSN-ENC services are free.
Who are the volunteer parents?
Our volunteer parents, called Support Parents, have children with special needs, chronic illness or had a baby born prematurely or have experienced the death of a child. They have gone through training on communication and listening skills, and the grieving process. Support Parents are trained utilizing the Family Support Network at the Center for Developmental Disabilities training material.