Welcome everyone! I am excited to bring you all the latest news from Carrie Freelance, including: some new feature assignments for a university alumni publication (more about this in an upcoming issue); the birth of Sunrise Advisors, our new partnership devoted to helping socially responsible organizations and creative community enterprises; and lots more! I hope you are taking the time to enjoy summer's offerings, including reading that juicy novel you've been carrying around, sipping a refreshing drink, or jumping in the pool or ocean. Every season, I try to discover something new. This summer, it has been...yes...tomato sorbet. An accidental and quite enjoyable discovery. Did you discover something new this summer, or accomplish a long time goal? E mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I may publish your story! Until then, take care, and see you poolside....
PS. Check out the latest redesign of my web site, which will keep you in the summer mood with some Beach Boys accompaniment in the background!
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| Sunrise Advisors Partners Emmett Pickett and Caroline Jaffe -Pickett to Attend Craigslist Foundation Nonprofit Boot Camp in Berkeley, CA|
You may recall in the last issue of Carrie Freelance News, we announced that a new client of Carrie Freelance is Sunrise Advisors, a partnership devoted to helping nonprofits and creative community enterprises in a variety of areas, with the primary focus being income generation, as well as branding and marketing. We are pleased to report that our new client, One-Earth, in Brooklyn New York, is doing well, with a new web site, one-earth.com, a wiki where users create the content focused on sustainable living. We recently launched our new web site (see link above) and blog, and encourage you to subscribe. Our other big news is that we are excited about attending the annual CraigsList Foundation Annual Nonprofit Boot Camp in Berkeley, CA. We plan on attending many of the educational workshops and meeting many representatives from a wide variety of nonprofits. We'll report back in the September issue.