Wed., Dec. 12, from 1 – 5 p.m.
B.S. Roberts Room
OSU-Tulsa, 700 N. Greenwood
IABC Tulsa will once again host A Gift of Communication – a way for us as communicators to give back to the community.
This event allows seasoned IABC professionals and other communicators to work with representatives from community charities and share their expertise – while at the same time learning valuable insight into the issues facing today’s nonprofits.
We invite you to attend this event and assist these deserving organizations who may not otherwise be able to afford communication consultation.
Here’s how it works
Three agencies have been selected to attend the December meeting to present their top two communication issues. This year the nonprofits represented will be:
Operation Aware – an award-winning non-profit organization that equips youth, through prevention education, with the knowledge and skills to make positive life choices.
Hospice of Green Country – a nonprofit established in 1985 by a grassroots effort among area physicians, social workers, nurses, community leaders, funders and volunteers to provide community-based nonprofit hospice care to a ten county area in northeastern Oklahoma.
Ability Resources – assists people with disabilities in attaining and maintaining their personal independence through the creation of an environment in which people with disabilities can exercise their rights to control and direct their own lives.
At the meeting, attendees will be able to work with the agency of their choice to solve their pressing communications-related issues.
This is a fun way to share your skills and solve some problems – and it feels good, too!