We’re excited that the TimeBank has finally arrived. If you are interested in joining a community of many others who derive great satisfaction from providing others with needed services, while exploring access to services they may want to use, leave us your contact information. We will be in touch within the next 48 hours to set an appointment with one of our coordinators, at your convenience, to apply for membership and provide you with an orientation to the SVTB. You may also call the Time Bank Coordinator at 570.238.1818 or respond to this e-mail if you wish. When we meet for your orientation, please bring two personal references and documentation of any clearances you may already have (State Police, FBI, etc.). This will help to speed the process of bringing you into our membership! We look forward to hearing about your expectations and talents!
There are several ways you can join our network and support what is central to our mission, which is to foster and model a spirit of community based on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr's vision of a "Beloved Community."
Become an Angel: Angels have made a financial contribution of $1000 or more. We invite our Angels to unlimited technology tutoring and unlimited use of our space. We are also happy to prominently promote our Angels as sponsors of the Zone. Customized cross promotion on social media platforms, in our newsletter, and via flyer distribution are at your disposal. We are also happy to share with our nearly 1,000 constituents customized, and exclusive event invitations and reminders.
Become a Partner: Partners have made a financial contribution between $600 and $999. Partners are welcome to unlimited technology tutoring, and we welcome the opportunity to promote your organization via social media platforms and in our newsletter. The space at the Zone, ideally location in downtown Lewisburg, is also available to Partners for up to five hours per month.
Become a Patron: Patrons have made a financial contribution between $300 and $599. Patrons are welcome to unlimited technology tutoring at the Zone, and up to three hours of destination tutoring per month. We are happy to support your organization via cross promotion on social media platforms, and up to 90 minutes of use of our space.
Become a Friend: Becoming a friend at just $10.00 per month or $120.00 yearly.
Become a Supporter: If full patronage is too much of a commitment for you at present, consider becoming a Supporter at whatever level you are comfortable with. Every little help makes a difference.
Volunteer for the CommUnity Zone: The Zone welcomes volunteers of all ages that would like to commit to bringing our vibrant community closer together. Contact Cynthia for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org on how you can help the CommUnity Zone.
We would just be another great idea without the support of our Partners, Patrons, and Friends.
The following Individuals, Organizations, and Businesses have pledged a donation in support of the CommUnity Zone, or have made a significant in-kind contribution. This support is critical to developing the CommUnity Zone as a place where we can share ideas, talents and resources with friends, neighbors, and partnering organizations.
From all of us here at the CommUnity Zone, we thank you!
Advisory Board Members:
Dave Ambrose - Steve Jacobsen - Nancy Libbey - Helen Nunn - Andrea Tufo - Patti Urosevich - Farida Zaid
Angels: David Ambrose '17, Caroll Blank & Helen Nunn '17, Faustina Gallery
Partners: Bucknell Office of Civic Engagement '17, Central Susquehanna Valley Mediation Center (CSVMC), Community Alliance for Respect and Equality (CARE) '17, Donald Heiter Community Center '17, Susquehanna Valley Villages, Bucknell Institute for Lifelong Learning (BILL) '17, SUN Home Health & Hospice, Union-Snyder Community Action Agency '17, Kendra Aucker & Margaret Lehr-DeVolld '17
Patrons: Amy & Brooks Gronlund, Ben Marsh & Janet Jones '17, Cindy Nickelsen '17, Daniel & Elizabeth Clement '17, Evangelical Community Hospital, John & Beth Holmes, Kathy Loftus Jewelry Designs, Margaret & Tom Greaves '17, McVicar MVP Video Productions, Mondragon Bookstore, ACLUPA Central Susquehanna Chapter '17
Friends: An Anonymous Arts Lover, Charles Sackrey, Cora Lynn Deibler, Edward Cotter, Elaine Hopkins '17, Elayne Sobel '17, Gale Duque '17, John & Judith Peeler, John & Sally Mathews, Joseph & Jacqueline Detelj, Ken & Linda Piercy '17, League of Women Voters of the Lewisburg Area, Lewisburg Arts Council '17, Lewisburg Prison Project '17. Libby Meadow & Paul Susman, Lois Svard & Peter Kresl '17, Margaret Gates & Swan Stull '17, Margaret Wilder, Martha Donahue '17, Marv & Raven Rudnitsky '17, Mary Jane Mitterling '17, Mary Russin '17, Miriam Naugle '17, Pamela & Paul Mauger '17, Patti Urosevich '17, PPL Electric Utilities, Robert & Sue Taylor, Roger Allison '17, Rosaria Gabriele & Arlyne Hoyt '17, Stephen Lindenmuth, Steven Miller & Ellen Gauthier, Susan Faeder, Susan Jamison '17, Suzanne Murdza '17, Sylvia Gleason '17, The Lewisburg Studio '17, Volunteer Opportunities in Community Endeavors (VOICE)
Supporters: Adele & Gerard Spegman, Ben Willeford, Brian & Suzanne Auman, Bruce Jackson, Carl & Sabrina Kirby, Carol Graybeal '17, Charles & Martha Root '17, Christy Emigh, D. Toni Byrd '17, David & Jan Pearson '17, Doug Orbaker & Penn Garvin '17, Elsbeth & Richard Steffensen '17, Gary & Nancy Grant '17, Christine Grace '17, George & Zoya Jenks, Hazel Newton, Hilbourne Watson, Jackson & Martha Hill '17, John & Sara Kirkland, Karen Morin & Daniel Olivetti, Kimberly Daubman '17, Kyle Bray '17, Leona Martin '17, Lynn Palermo, Marilyn Mumford, Nancy & Walter Everett, Patty & Harvey Edwards, Paul & Suzanne McGuire '17, Philip & Renee Sosland '17, Sue Ellen Henry, Susan Travis '17. Vivette Lewis '17