Nonprofit Feature of the Week: E4p Morgantown

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E4p aids not only locally but internationally in parts of Africa. The organization seeks to make sustainable communities.

E4p Inc. is a unique nonprofit organization that seeks to provide organizations and individuals with the opportunity to invest resources into sustainable local and global initiatives focused on educational resources, economic value, environmental sustainability, and energy independence for the purpose of aiding widows and vulnerable children to eliminate poverty by building sustainable communities.

E4p has a few project partners, and E4p Morgantown is one of them. E4p and its project partners create long-term strategies and collaborate to eradicate poverty. Each E4p chapter has a local and an international project partner. Morgantown’s international project partner is the People Development Fund Africa with projects in Blantyre, Malawi. Their local partner is the Bartlett House which is committed to providing shelter that meets a persons’ basic needs in an atmosphere where people are treated with dignity and respect.

E4p Morgantown president, Michelle Corder, recently sat down with me to discuss what E4p Morgantown is doing to spread the mission of sustainability and make a difference.

E4p Morgantown recognizes the importance of social media to their mission. The organization has a wordpress site complete with a blog, a Twitter page, and the parent organization has a Facebook page, they update these pages regularly with new content. This helps keeps the audience engaged and interested in the organization.

Next the organization will be passing out pamphlets on Worlds Aids Day on December 1st, 2013. Any volunteers who want to assist are welcome to come. After Thanksgiving Break, the organization plans to go to the Wow Factory and each person will decorate a bowl to donate to the Empty Bowls Monongalia organization. Anyone is welcome to join in on these projects.

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