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Did you know that an estimated one in three adults in the United States is living with prediabetes and is completely unaware of this and the associated health risks? Join us in decreasing these numbers by increasing awareness on March 24. Take the Diabetes Risk Assessment at ymcapkc.org/diabetes-risk-assessment and be entered into a drawing for a $100 gift card.
To learn more about the Y’s Diabetes Prevention Program, contact Susan Buell at firstname.lastname@example.org
There is Black Friday and Cyber Monday but today is #givingtuesday. Donate to the Y then take an #UNselfie and tell us why you give. http://www.ymcapkc.org/donate/
It's Cyber Monday and when you do your shopping at AmazonSmile, Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price to the Y. Bookmark the link http://smile.amazon.com/ch/91-0565562 and support us every time you shop.
Get ready for #givingtuesday on December 2. Donate to the Y, then take an #UNselfie telling us why you give. http://www.ymcapkc.org/donate/
We have a day for giving thanks, but on December 2 you can do more with #givingtuesday. Join others around the world in giving to causes you care about. Take an #UNselfie and tell us why you give to the Y.
The YMCA of Pierce and Kitsap Counties is seeking a Child Care ECEAP Family Support Specialist.The Family Support Specialist (FSS) maintains an outreach recruitment and enrollment process throughout the school year. The FSS works in partnership with the site team to encourage and plan for parent participation in their child’s education. The FSS works together with families in an effort to support them in recognizing and building upon their family strengths and improving the conditions and quality of their family’s life. The FSS’s work will adhere to ECEAP Program Standards, Service Plans and the principles of best practice in the field of family support.
To apply: http://www.ymcapkc.org/employme…/cc-eceap-family-specialist/
An attitude of gratitude is powerful and can transform relationships. Do you thank your children for what they are doing right? Do they say please when learning to ask for help? This week's point of leadership goes beyond manners - it's about building people of character!
Have a great idea to share in front of the classroom? Do you want to tell someone something that could help them? Whatever the conversation, sometimes speaking up can be difficult. This week's point of leadership challenge is to speak so you can be heard - where can you be a leader today?