Introduction To Nourish

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An Introduction to Nourish International as an organization, our purpose for existence and group expectations.

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<ul><li> 1. Introducing Nourish<br />Eradicating Poverty | Engaging Students | Empowering Communities<br /></li></ul> <p> 2. Introducing Nourish <br />Nourish is a student response to global poverty.<br /> 3. Ventures should:<br />Generate funds for international projects<br />Raise awareness for Nourish and other causes<br />Build a membership base on campus<br />Introducing Nourish <br />Ventures are student-run small businesses.<br />Hunger<br />Lunch<br /> 4. A project is a partnership between a Nourish Chapter and a community organizationfocused on addressing a specific community issue identified by the community organization.<br />Introducing Nourish<br />Projects are community partnerships focused on a specific objective.<br />M.O.C.H.E.<br />Ciudad de Dios Peru<br /> 5. Introducing Nourish<br />The Nourish model provides mutual benefits for stakeholders.<br /> 6. Since our 2003 Nourish Chapters have:<br />Invested more than $145,000 in sustainable development projects.<br />Partnered with 23 communities.<br />Provided more than 140 students with international experiences.<br />This year, well be working on 29 campuses.<br />Introducing Nourish<br />Nourish was founded at UNC-Chapel Hill in 2003.<br />2009 Summer Projects<br /> 7. Introducing Nourish<br />Nourish is a work in progress.<br />This fall, were going through the process of setting organizational goals.<br />and you are a part of that progress!<br /></p> <ul><li>Investing in Chapter success. </li></ul> <p> 8. 50 successful chapters by 2013 9. Measuring our impact. 10. On campuses and in communities 11. Making Nourish more sustainable 12. Increasing cash reserves to the 6-9 month range</p>