Soccer mom/business owner, Amy Wong has been volunteering as a GiveCamp organizer and promoter since 2010. In her recent blog post, Ask me what I did over the weekend. Really, ask me. she tells us more about her experience and the things she and all of the volunteers accomplished over the course of the weekend.
Sara Lundenberger is a fundraising and marketing strategist who volunteered for the first time this year and has blogged about what she learned. Read her post, 5 Things I learned at my first Cleveland GiveCamp to learn more about her experience.
Dan Hanson, also knows as The Great Lakes Geek, has experienced many sides of GiveCamp. As a champion for many local nonprofits he has participated on the nonprofit side, but he also volunteers his time helping out, and documenting the event. In his post, Cleveland GiveCamp, Dan shares photos and an overview of this years […]
Graphic Designer, Stacy Harrison, volunteered for the first time this year, working on a new Website for the Towpath Trilogy, 3 races held along Cleveland’s Towpath Trail. Read about her experience in her post, GiveCamp 2015. .
Sarah Dutkiewicz, one of our long-term Givecampers, has posted Cleveland GiveCamp – Call for Non-Profits and Call for Volunteers on Cleveland Tech Events. Please note that non-protifts have until June 6, 2015 to apply for this year’s GiveCamp.
Cleveland GiveCamp is a family affair for the Smith family. Steering Committee member and volunteer for the Shaker Lakes Nature Center project, Stuart Smith, has been volunteering at GiveCamp for five years and regularly writes a retrospective about the event on his blog. His sons are also Cleveland GiveCamp veterans. This year Mike Smith worked […]
When Great Lakes Geek, Dan Hanson, wasn’t working on his project for Computers Assisting People (CAP), he explored GiveCamp to meet and photograph the other teams. View his photos online on his Cleveland GiveCamp People Page. Dan Hanson with social media volunteer, Susie Sharp.
If you weren’t able to participate in this year’s GiveCamp, or if you are already feeling nostalgic about the weekend, here is a video that takes you on a quick tour of our activities. The video was produced by social media team members, Kevin Dutkiewicz, Photo Al Bell and Kevin Frederick Smith. .
Great Lakes Geek, Dan Hanson, has long been an advocate of Cleveland GiveCamp. This year he participated as a representative for Computers Assisting People (CAP), an organization that takes in donated computers and peripherals then refurbishes them before loading legal software and donating them to non-profits in the Cleveland area. Dan blogged about the site […]
Web designer, Jan Milosh, wrote about her experience volunteering on the Guardians Advocating Child Safety and Protection (GASP) website during GiveCamp 2013. Learn how she and her colleagues applied their experience to the site development process in her post, Cleveland Give Camp project.