Voice of the Future: NEWS
Voice of the Future seeks contributions for match ···
Jim Coconas provided a $250 challenge grant to help Coordinator
Kellie Noe pursue her 2004 summer studies as part of her masters
degree through Sonoma State University's Action for a Viable
Future. Kellie is researching service learning and civic education
across the United States including New York and Los Angeles. Service
learning, such as Voice of the Future, links classrooms with
service projects that benefit the community and enhance student
learning. Kellie welcomes your contributions to match the $250 challenge
grant. You can donate online through PayPal.
Whole Foods Market Sebastopol donates to Voice of the Future
Voice of the Future
Coordinator Kellie Noe receives a check from Whole Foods
on behalf of local youth.
On July 28, 2004, Whole Foods Market presented $1,190 to
Voice of the Future, its Envirocents group for the
spring quarter. Every time market patrons bring their own bags or
donate at the check out stand, their contributions accumulate in
a fund that Whole Foods market Sebastopol gives to the selected
"It's an honor for Whole Foods Market Sebastopol to
support Voice of the Future," said Eddie Sonnenblick,
Marketing and Community Outreach Coordinator. "Helping young
people speak out on issues impacting their future is a gift to our
local community as well as the whole planet."
"I am very pleased to accept this donation on behalf of our
local youth," said Voice of the Future Coordinator Kellie
Noe, "We are fortunate to live in a community where local businesses
support educational efforts like ours. This contribution will help
us succeed in our mission." added Noe.