Frontline Families

Frontline Families Grows Produce and Aids Women {9/11 Weekend of Service 2016}

Frontline Families Grows Produce and Aids Women {9/11 Weekend of Service 2016}

Back on July 16, 2016, Activate Good hosted an all-day conference of sorts as part of the Frontline Families initiative. The fourteen attendees represented all walks of life – veterans, current service members, military family members, and civilians. To start the day, everyone had the opportunity to discuss various issues facing our communities – including poverty, […]

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Nic Turza on Frontline Families and Community Service After the Military

Nic Turza on Frontline Families and Community Service After the Military

We interviewed Nic Turza, former Activate Good board chairman, regarding his journey as a volunteer. Nic began volunteering at an early age. He was active with service efforts with the South Carolina YMCA while in high school and volunteered with Hands On Nashville when he was a young Army lieutenant. (The HandsOn Network is part of the Points of […]

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Frontline Families Recruitment Underway: Why Should You Get Involved?

Frontline Families Recruitment Underway: Why Should You Get Involved?

As you may have heard on Facebook, Twitter, Meetup, or right here on our blog – Activate Good has taken on a new initiative! Now through September, we’ll be working with active or veteran military members and their families, providing training on community leadership and service project coordination, and helping them implement their first service projects […]

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