Here are the meeting minutes from yesterday’s meeting for those of you that weren’t able to make it.
We have had a great year and accomplished so much! Big shout out to all the volunteers who have helped DOCNC achieve the goal of spreading sustainable thinking in local areas this year. Thank you to everyone who came to the meeting and to all those who weren’t able to attend, we missed you!
What is DOC NC?
DOC NC, or Dedicated to our community of North Carolina, is a local non-profit that raises funds for a different organization each year. In the past, we have fundraised for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Triangle, Duke PBMT, and the Suhanee Foundation. You can visit docnc.org to learn more!
Canoeing trip @ Jordan Lake
Data Science, Financial Wellness, and Career Exploration courses through DataSetGo
You can still sign up for the free courses!- Stem and Career Exploration course registration code: 2d74b5a2
Raised funds for 25 backpacks for a program lead by Triangle Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership organization.
Litter Sweep (July 30th)
From 9am – 11am we will be cleaning up the Indian Creek Playground.
Email email@example.com if you have any questions!
IMPACT Summer Camp
Fun camps where members get the opportunity to work with local organizations and learn leadership skills.
Each year DOCNC chooses a new beneficiary to raise funds for. If you have any ideas, please fill out this google form!
Guest Speaker: Adrienne Clark
“You have a voice. Always use it.”
Spoke about the great programs from triangle volunteer & nonprofit organization such as backpacks4kids which donates over 800+ backpacks to students in need in Durham each year.
You can learn more about their programs at https://thevolunteercenter.
If you are interested in running a game for the next meeting or doing a quick 10-minute presentation on a topic of your choice, please email firstname.lastname@example.org!
As always, if you have any questions feel free to reach out at email@example.com! Also you can find DOCNC on facebook (https://www.facebook.com/
– Pari (she/her/hers) 🙂