Power Up Breakfast Meeting
On the second Tuesday of every month Friends of Fort Point Channel holds a Power Up Breakfast Meeting. Each month a new speaker joins us to engage and inspire our community members. Our mission is for you to leave feeling recharger to enter the community with the thought of making a difference. We called our Breakfast Meetings Power Up because we want you to leave each month feeling rejuvenated and ready to make a difference. This is also a great way to meet other members of our community. We all lead such busy lives, but on these mornings we slow down, grab a coffee and a scone and connect with one another. If you have any questions or would like to recommend a speaker, please e-mail Samantha at email@example.com
May 14th, 2019
Spring is finally here! Which means more time on and by the water. For our May Power Up Breakfast Meeting we will be discussing the channel since there is no better time to focus on preserving and maintaining our cities main water source. Join us May 14th as Tani Marinovich, President of Save the Harbor Save the Bay, leads a motivating discussion on the importance of our channel. Our meeting will include the mission of Save the Harbor Save the Bay, the current state of the channel/ocean, unique summer programing with ways to get involved, and how our day to day life is influencing the preservation of our water way. We look forward to you joining our vital discussion.
Starting at 8AM
Fort Point Room at 290 Congress St.
April 9th, 2019
In just a few weeks, we are excited to host Mandy Townsend as she discusses what YOU can be doing to help with hiring/retaining staff within your company. Maybe you are looking for someone with a specific skill set? Perhaps you employees struggle with English and you’re not sure how to provide them with additional resources? Maybe you’re not even sure where to start? Join us on April 9th because Mandy will be discussing it all. We hope you come prepared with questions and ideas as we discuss this critical topic. Empty stomachs are welcomed- there will be plenty of pastries and coffee for all.
March 12th, 2019
Cheryl Schondek from the Greater Boston Food Bank gave a riveting presentation on food insecurities and how hunger is still affecting American’s today in 2019. We learned that 1 in 10 eastern Massachusetts residences have food insecurities. Even worse, 1 in 8 CHILDREN in our region are food insecure. Of course, we were shocked. Cheryl informed us what we can easily do within our homes, community and by simply volunteering our time to make a difference.
Want to be a part of the change? E-mail Samantha at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign-up to volunteer with Friends at the Greater Boston Food Bank in September 2019.
February 12th, 2019
On February 12th State Representative David Biele joined us to discuss the new policies he is working towards specifically in regards to climate control and the economic growth of our artists. As a follow up, Representative Biele shared that “a few individuals asked the question on how to fund the climate resiliency measures”. “Shortly after that meeting, the House recently announced an initiative to help municipalities pay for energy efficiency/climate change projects” stated Biele.
“The grant initiative is called GreenWorks and will spend $1 billion over ten years to help fund these projects.”
Here are follow up links to these topics.