First Tennessee Foundation 150 Days of Giving

CrumleyHouse ButtonFirst Tennessee Foundation is making 150 days of giving as part of their 150th anniversary. Through the 150 Days of Giving, beginning on March 25th, 2014, the First Tennessee Foundation will be giving a $5,000 grant to a different nonprofit organization each day for 150 days. If you have 10 devices you can vote off each device one time.

Voting is very simple just go to their website by clicking here,  or if you prefer not to follow links, go to http://www.150daysofgiving.com  and either type in The Crumley House or click on the “T” in the alphabet on the top row then forward to page 3 of the “T” for The Crumley House then just click on it to vote!

Thanks so much for the love and support you all show us here at The Crumley House!

3rd Annual “Joggin for the Noggin” 5K Race

Please join us for our 3rd Annual “Joggin for the Noggin” 5K race hosted by The Crumley House on March 8, 2014 for 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The link below is where you can sign up for early registration. Early registration will be $20 and late registration will be $25. We hope you can join us for this fun day to help raise money for a great cause!

 

http://www.active.com/limestone-tn/running/distance-running-races/joggin-for-the-noggin-5k-run-walk-2014

2014 Crumley House Events

Be on the lookout for these Crumley House Events happening in 2014:

3rd Annual “Joggin for the Noggin” 5K Race and Fun Walk on 3/8/14 from 8am to 1pm (Registration is $25). Will be held at The Crumley House.

8th Annual Intermountain Brain Injury Conference on 3/21/14 from 8am to 4pm (Co-sponsored by ETSU). Will be held at the Millennium Center in Johnson City.

Polynesian Beach Party on 8/9/14 from 5pm to 11pm (Cost $100 per ticket). Will be held at The Crumley House.

Thank you for your help and support.

June Barrett named as a Purpose Prize Fellow for 2013

June Barrett-20th CelebrationThe Purpose Prize is a national large-scale investment in people, who are applying their passion and experience for social good.  To see what ENCORE.org wrote about Ms. Barrett, go to http://www.encore.org/june-barrett.  Purpose Prize fellows are evaluated based on:

  • Innovation-A new approach to an established problem.
  • Entrepreneurial and creative spirit-Evidence of continuing personal and professional reinvention, with a goal of a positive social impact.
  • Impact-A clear track record of success.
  • Encore Story-A compelling story which combines a shift in focus with a demonstrated impact in a field or issue.
  • Future focus-A trajectory for the additional success in the future.

Across the United States forty individuals were identified as 2013 Purpose Prize Fellows, including our founder, June Barrett.  Multiple prestigious foundations including the S. D. Bechtel Jr. Foundation, UPS Foundation, The David and Lucile Packard Foundation, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation have provided funding for ENCORE.org  A more comprehensive list of funders  is available at ENCORE.org.