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Thanksgiving Canned Food Drive. A Library Program Proposal By Emily Mulvey 11/16/09. Program Details. Teens will be responsible for collecting canned goods & bringing them to the library

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Thanksgiving canned food drive

Thanksgiving Canned Food Drive

A Library Program Proposal

By Emily Mulvey

11/16/09


Program details

Program Details

  • Teens will be responsible for collecting canned goods & bringing them to the library

  • The organization is up to them- classrooms, Girl/Boy Scout Troops, youth groups and individuals are welcome to participate on their own terms

  • The library will track progress by “filling” a poster board can, with an ultimate goal of 5,000 cans


Rationale intended outcomes

Rationale & Intended Outcomes

Personal Teen Growth

Community Benefit

Local food shelter receives donations of food and money

Less fortunate members of community can enjoy Thanksgiving

Library receives publicity

New members of the community may become more aware of the library as a vital part of the town

This may increase patronage as well as general good-will in the community

  • Benefits of volunteering according to Porritt, 1995:

    • “shared sense of accomplishment and satisfaction from giving back to the community”

    • “discuss service and community issues and get to know each other better”

    • “helps teenagers to relate to other generations”

    • Builds self-confidence, promotes civic responsibility, improves communication, and relieves isolation


Community partners

Community Partners

Local Business

Local Foodbank

*local foodbank x* will receive the food collected by teens as well as the matched monetary donation by *local business x*

  • *local business x* will donate $0.25 for each can received to *local foodbank x*, up to $2,000


Budget

Budget

Advertisement

Supplies

Construction paper, poster board and permanent markers for poster board can: $25

Large cardboard boxes to hold donated food: $35

  • Handouts for Teen, Circulation and reference desks: $40

  • Fliers to be posted around community: $20

Total: $120


Marketing plan

Marketing Plan

“Real”

Virtual

Listing on library website teen page

Email announcements to library subscribers

Facebook Event

  • Fliers to be handed out at Teen, Circulation and Reference desks

  • Fliers posted in library and at local middle & high schools, grocery store, churches, and other local businesses


Thank you

Thank You!


Sources

Sources

  • http://www.nald.ca/library/research/heritage/ComPartnE/pdfdocs/Family.pdf

  • http://www.members.shaw.ca/soupkitchen/food_drive.htm


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