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1 Impact Programming Lady Drema Lee Woldman
National First Vice President National Program Chair

2 National Focus To implement programs that: (1) impact the lives of our youth and the people we serve; (2) address critical issues in the community; (3) enhance the overall quality of life; (4) equip the residents of the communities we serve with the tools to help themselves; and (5) leave a legacy of volunteerism.

3 Tools to Measure Success
Webinars Programs and Activities Chapter Report Book Reporting Conference Calls Q & A List Serve

4 Chapter Report Book Two Year Program Response Outcomes Going Forward
Quirks Changes

5 What We Are Doing Well Embracing the Program Showing Enthusiasm
Being Cooperative Creating Innovative Programs Slowly but Surely Embracing Technology Forming Partnerships

6 What We Need to Work on Teen Programming Programs vs. Activities
Transitioning Administrations Recording Hours and all that we do Evaluating our Programs Reading Following Instructions

7 S.M.A.R.T. Characteristics
Specific Measurable Achievable Relevant Timely

8 Outcomes By the Numbers
TTA HRS March Of Dimes SERVICE HOURS FUNDS ALLOCATED TRAD PROG HRS NATL DAYS (Chapters) AREA I 11,742.00 9,049.00 22,354.50 54,027.00 3,966/16 20 AREA II 1,599.50 9,202.18 4,294.00 11,309.11 48/1 6 AREA III 5,812.00 4,017.94 10,190.00 22,106.57 1,559/6 12 AREA IV 11,803.50 4,556.12 11,974.50 29,155.29 1,111/5 11 AREA V 2,691.00 4,343.16 4,093.00 18,702.00 128/4 9 AREA VI 4,801.00 3,971.50 6,401.00 6,480.00 286/5 5 TOTAL 38,449.00 $35,139.90 59,307.00 $141,779.97 7,098/33 63

9 Exemplary Programs Top Teens of America Status of Women
Senior Citizens Community Beautification Community Partnerships

10 Top Teens of America March of Dimes

11 Top Teens of America March of Dimes

12 Top Teens of America The Vivian Coe Richard Leadership Academy Texas Medical Center Houston, TX July 15 – July 22, 2012

13 Leadership Academy Agenda Items
Reception Academy Internal Workshops Prairie View A&M University School of Nursing Admit Insights University of Texas – M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Texas Chiropractic College

14 Leadership Academy Agenda Items
Texas Southern Univ Pharmacy/Health Sciences Memorial Hermann/TIRR Texas Heart Institute Health Museum Sickle Cell Disease Student Symposium Texas Childrens Hospital Clinical Care Center Food, Food and More Food Graduation










24 Exemplary Programming

25 Status of Women “Back to Work”
The signature program of this Thrust shall be “Back-to-Work,” an initiative that will impact women in the community who have been downsized, underemployed or forced to rejoin the workforce and impact Teen unemployment through effective job preparation for entry level jobs.

26 Toledo Chapter Lady Mary McKinley-Reed, President
Partnered with Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority and ABC HealthCare, Inc. Assisted with class enrollments Provided needed supplies Monthly classes 8 persons completed the class and are now employed Program will continue

27 Status of Women

28 Status of Women “Back to Work”

29 Lincoln Park Chicago Chapter Lady Selma McDonald, President
Partnered with 3rd Ward and Mollison Elementary Included Men and Youth Workshop Series Over a 4 Month Period w/14 Participants Program Consisted of 4 workshops, a wardrobe closet, and ongoing mentoring Ceremony of Completion, Personal Journals, Professional Ink Pens and Silver Business Card Holder Will Provide Follow-up and Refresher Courses to Program Will Continue and Expand 480 Volunteer Hours





34 Senior Citizens “We Care”
The signature program of this Thrust shall be “We Care,” an initiative that will impact seniors who live in assisted living facilities and nursing homes

35 Dale City – Prince William County Chapter Sandra Clark, President
Partnered with Prince William County to support Woodbridge Senior Day Program Primary focus is keeping seniors safe and engaged while caregivers are at work Robust program – provides companionship, bible study, music, clean-up, health workshops, entertainment, assistance at meal time Has volunteered since the inception of Dale City Chapter Program is held on a monthly basis and is continuous 200 volunteer hours





40 Miami Chapter Lady Crystal C. Pittman, President
Partnered with Sylvia’s Living Senior Facility and Breezy Acres Senior Facility Conduct monthly Health/Safety Awareness Workshops Other components of program: safety & health tips, technology, exercise, voting, long-term care, living wills and estates Miami-Dade Police Dept., Meals on Wheels, Publix Supermarket to name a few Continuing Program, 480 volunteer hours

41 Community Beautification
The signature program of this thrust shall be “America the Beautiful,” an initiative that will impact residents of our communities by providing them with awareness and education of a simpler, healthier, and “earth” friendly lifestyle.

42 Houston Chapter Lady Jacqueline Carter, President
Partnered with the 4H Club and other local groups to create a community garden on the grounds of the Greater Zion Baptist Church Provides fresh produce for the residents in addition to providing neighborhood improvement Variety of vegetables planted and harvested Also participate in cleanups as well as planting and harvesting during the course of the year Program is continuous, 262 volunteer hours



45 Cincinnati Chapter Lady Carole Cutter-Hawkins, President
Collaborated with the Paddock Wills Assembly to identify and develop a community garden Location was an eyesore on a busy suburban street Chapter purchased gardening tools, plants and flowers Garden has a sign identifying “Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. as a partner Site is maintained bi-weekly Program is continuous 140 volunteer hours


47 Community Partnerships
The signature program of this thrust shall be “Joining Forces,” an initiative that will impact residents by providing enhanced services to our communities through the formed partnerships.

48 Missouri City/Houston Space City Chapter Lady Helen Harvey, President
Raised funds for Program Implementation by soliciting from various corporations; 30th Pearl Anniversary Status of Women event; sponsored a raffle and a “Fiesta” Party in conjunction with a local grocer Collaborated with other entities; Southeast Precinct Judges Council, NAACP, Charles White Charity Productions; Controller Ronald Green’s Annual Grandparents Luncheon, Congressman Al Green’s Annual Community Update Breakfast, Houston Community College, etc. Generated a Greater Presence in the Community by displaying TLOD logo on all distributed literature and seeking mutual collaborations with organizations/entities with like causes 110 volunteer hours


50 Inglewood Chapter Lady Mary Guinn, President
Worked with the City of Inglewood for the past three years on various projects Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration, Miracle on Manchester Thanksgiving Food Distribution, Adopt a Highway, Grant AME Church, Annual Youth Health Conference, Salvation Army, AKA, March of Dimes and Sickle Cell On going partnerships, 700 volunteer hours

51 Summary "Impacting Our Future Through Positive Interventions in the Lives of Our Youth, Our Communities and Our Legacy Through Effective Volunteerism."

52 Smart Programming When they ask us why we do it…… We do it for love! Service with a smile in the name of love.

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