Welcome to Our Client Family: Janet S. Munt FAMILY ROOM

on Feb 5, 2018 1:22:00 PM

 

We're delighted to welcome the Janet S. Munt Family Room, a Vermont parent-child center in Burlington, to the Marketing Partners' family of nonprofit clients with a mission focused on serving the diverse families and children in our region. For nearly 30 years the Family Room has provided education, support and connection for parents and promoted physical, social, emotional and linguistic development in children. The Family Room has separated from its parent organization, the Visiting Nurse Association, to transition to independence as a 501c3 nonprofit organization — enter Marketing Partners to help with a new visual and verbal identity in advance of a gala 30th anniversary celebration in July 2018.

 

We had the pleasure of working with the Family Room's Jackie Reno when we produced a video to honor her award as Early Childhood Educator of the Year for the Permanent Fund for Vermont's Children.

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Topics: Family Room, Clients

Vermont Guardian ad Litem Volunteers Highlighted

on Oct 30, 2017 12:40:00 PM

"Currently, about 1,300 children statewide are in the custody of the Vermont Department for Children and Families, and about 650 are in conditional custody arrangements, according to David Kennedy, an attorney who is manager of the guardian ad litem program in Montpelier."

Vermont Guardian ad Litem program volunteers (and the need for more volunteers) were recently featured in the Valley News and VT Digger. The articles illustrate the growing caseload and need for volunteers and the importance of their work with children. We look forward to reaching out with the Vermont Guardian ad Litem team and building their community of volunteers.

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Topics: Social Justice, VTGAL, Clients

'Sugaring sweet for the birds' in St. Albans Messenger

on Jun 2, 2017 8:57:15 AM

Elaine Ezerins of the St. Albans Messenger tells the story of local maple sugar maker Branon Family Maple Orchards in Fairfield, to illustrate how integrating bird conservation practices into their forest management plans helps to protect birds and their habitats.

Elaine interviewed Cecile Branon and Audubon Vermont conservation biologist Steve Hagenbuch for an original and detailed piece that explains how the project works and its benefits as well as any we've seen. Education on bird-friendly habitat and recognizing participating maple producers are both goals of Audubon Vermont -- a win-win for people, business and the birds!

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Topics: Energy & Climate Change, Clients, Audubon Vermont