New York Cares

I worked at New York Cares from June 2011 through March 2014. My responsibilities during that time changed, grewn, and changed again, but some remained constant. Like designing, writing, and sending emails.

Here are a couple examples of our monthly newsletter which goes out to a large majority of our volunteer base. In March 2012, I redesigned the email to cut down on text and increase the use of high-quality pictures so they would be more engaging.

February Update – Get on Board and Volunteer

July Update – It’s Hot, Let’s Look Forward to Fall

This September – Cares Day Fall, New Website, And Free Beer

Email encouraging volunteers to

Email encouraging volunteers to sign up for projects in their neighborhood.

I also managed our social media channels. Below, you’ll find some of my favorite blog posts:

Coat Drive Kicks Off on a Snowy Morning

Saying Good-Bye to a Parking Lot, and Moving on to Rebuilding Post-Sandy

Inspire Healthy Eating in Children Through Gardening

Top 5 Projects for Valentine’s Day

Feed Kids in Need Over the Summer

Our Disaster Staff as Fine Art

Mucking-out the Rockaways with Team Rubicon

Saving Memories in Staten Island

Creating the Internet and Arguing Over the Color Red for New York Cares Day Fall

Farming Makes a Comeback in New York City – On the Roof

Get a Closer Look at the Parks We’ll be Cleaning up on New York Cares Day Spring

Greetings from Staten Island, New York

Help Keep Our Rivers Clean, and New York City Cool

I wrote this article summarizing the work of New York Cares and our need for coats in 2013 for a local community magazine.

I wrote this article summarizing the work of New York Cares and our need for coats in 2013 for a local community magazine.

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