aalc lunch & learn: brown bag edition
Thank you to everyone who attended the AALC Lunch & Learn: Brown Bag Edition! The discussion, focused on mental health, was led by experts Yolanda Sanders, Karen Oliver and Sonya Jenkins who provided insights into mental health issues, coping strategies and resources available in the community.
Missed the webinar? You can watch the discussion in its entirety in the video below!
The AALC collected 650 books from individuals, businesses and organizations during their Fifth Annual Book Drive this year! Although the books couldn't be distributed to students in classrooms, volunteers set up distribution centers at local supermarkets to provide books to students from E.B. Ellington Elementary School in Ravenel. We loved seeing the smiles from kids who may not otherwise have books to read this summer. Thank you to everyone who participated and made this possible!
• We work to solve pressing community issues through Trident United Way’s education, financial stability and heath programs.
• We support Trident United Way with our time, talent and treasure, using our experiences and our voices to make a difference for our neighbors.
• We network and educate to increase our capacity and strengthen our collective ability to create change.
Trident United Way African American Leadership Council consists of African American philanthropists who contribute $1,000 or more to Trident United Way. Members have unique opportunities to see the impact that their financial support and volunteerism have on community issues.
AALC Step-Up Program
For those individuals not quite ready to invest in Trident United Way at the $1,000 level, the AALC Step-Up program allows donors to gradually increase their gift over a period of three years. Step-Up members will make a commitment to increase their Trident United Way gift, giving at least $500 in year one, $750 in year two and $1,000 in year three. Step-Up members are recognized as full AALC members and have access to all AALC benefits.
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