When our ancestors came to America, they had very little. They labored ceaselessly so that their descendants would have a better life. This center is a tribute to them and to their children and grandchildren who saw to it that there is a lasting memory of their sacrifice.
Our people work hard for their money and are very selective with their donations. However, they are always generous when it comes to giving advice on how we should spend those funds. Naturally, there is much to be said for listening to those willing to become donors.
We have decided, therefore, to take advantage of their spirit of generosity. Both kinds. We have learned to seek out our members whenever we need assistance. This approach has paid off for us. With relatively limited funding we were able to make the center functional in 2 years, operational in 3, and self-sustaining in 4.
How we did it
While we have hired some help, most of the work has been done by volunteers.
Due to the enormous challenge of making the center functional, it was necessary to create subcommittees and apportion the work as appropriate.
Stay tuned to this blog for the next exciting installment of “How We Did What We Did.”
(Posted by Maryann Sivak email@example.com)