Leadership Chatuge Sponsorship

25Jul
Leadership Chatuge Partner Community Builder Strategy
Hinton Rural Life Center will host our fourth “Leadership Chatuge – Community Builders” leadership class August 26 through November 11, 2021. The class will be Thursdays, 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm (12 weeks), and will feature dynamic speakers, energizing experiences, and networking.
In the past we’ve been able to subsidize the cost of the class, so that it was not a barrier for anyone to participate. We did this through the support of grants, which unfortunately have ended. Hinton is now turning to our community for support and assistance. We are looking to secure sponsors for our next class. Sponsorships will help cover the cost
of the class for participants, honorariums for speakers, dinners, books and other supplemental materials, along with the Leadership Profile Assessment. The true cost, or actual expense, for a participant to attend the 12- week course is $1000.
Below is a list of “levels” of sponsorship. Please review these to determine the level of support you or your organization are able to provide. Becoming a sponsor will enable participants to be more knowledgeable in the areas of personal leadership styles, regional economic development and opportunities, local history and Appalachian culture, community support, understanding social determinants of health, and much more. Your sponsorship will prepare and equip participants to serve more effectively and confidently as community builders. For more information, contact Dr. Jackie Gottlieb at 828-389-8336 or email jackie@hintoncenter.org.
Platinum Level - $4,000

  • Dominating company logo on Leadership Chatuge portfolios for each participant
  • Company logo on all class sessions and graduation "Welcome Screen"
  • Recognition at each class session and graduation
  • Dominating company logo on graduation bulletin
  • Table reserved at graduation (for up to 6 guests)
  • Gold Level - $2,000

    • Company logo on all class sessions and graduation "Welcome Screen"
    • Recognition at each class session and graduation
    • Company logo on graduation bulletin
    • Table reserved at graduation (for up to 4 guests)

    Silver Level - $1,000

    • Company name on all class sessions and graduation "Welcome Screen"
    • Recognition at each class session and graduation
    • Company name on graduation bulletin
    • Table reserved at graduation (for up to 2 guests)

    Bronze Level - $500

    • Company name on all class sessions and graduation "Welcome Screen"
    • Recognition at each class session and graduation
    • Company name on graduation bulletin
    • Friends of Leadership Chatuge

      • Any amount up to $499 (scholarship fund - $375 per person to attend)
      • Name included on graduation bulletins
Name of person completing sponsorship application.
Name of person completing sponsorship application.
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If an individual is providing sponsorship, give your personal address. If a business/organization is providing sponsorship, provide their address.
If an individual is providing sponsorship, give your personal address. If a business/organization is providing sponsorship, provide their address.
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Select your level of sponsorship.
Use the dropdown menu to make your selection. The amount of your sponsorship will appear at the bottom.
Friends of Leadership Chatuge
Please enter your support amount up to $499.00.
Total amount of your sponsorship

This amount will be used in your credit card payment using PayPal
Your sponsorship will not be complete until you have completed payment through PayPal. After we have successfully received your sponsorship, you will receive confirmation by email.

COVID-19 Arrival Checklist

09Jun
Hinton Center Summer Missions COVID-19 Arrival Procedures Checklist

Please read and fill out this form at at least SEVEN (7) DAYS BEFORE ARRIVAL. You need your group leader's email address to fill out the form.

As many of us have experienced, COVID-19 has caused countless disruptions to our plans and daily habits. Here at the Hinton Center, we are working hard to ensure the safety of our guests, neighbors (homeowners) and staff. This means this summer’s Hinton Center experience will be different from past years. We are still very excited for you to join us, and we have a few notes to prepare you for your time at the Hinton Center relative to COVID-19.

Hinton Center is taking the threat of infection extremely seriously because if we are careless, we could cause the death of a neighbor/homeowner, most of whom are members of vulnerable populations.

Our safe and healthy home repair program provides an essential service to those whose homes are unsafe, unhealthy, and/or are in danger of becoming unhealthy or unsafe. Thus, we are continuing to go to worksites as we are able. We have implemented sanitizing and distancing practices while at worksites to reduce the homeowner’s and our own exposure as much as possible. Our plans are to work outside of homes, focus on firewood and garden ministry, and work on Hinton Center campus.

GUIDELINES INCLUDE:

We adopted many practices to ensure our duty as responsible neighbors is fulfilled, including the following:

  • Thoroughly washing hands with soap for the prescribed 20+ seconds when entering the dining room before meals, after using the bathroom, and liberally throughout the day
  • Sneezing and coughing into the crook of our elbows or into our shirts and not into our hands
  • Updating each other on any symptoms we develop, no matter how minor or seemingly unrelated the symptom may be
  • Following general healthy practices to support our immune systems such as getting plenty of rest and physical activity, implementing stress management techniques, drinking plenty of fluids, and eating nutritious food
  • Wearing masks when needed
  • Respecting the comfort level of others in the community regarding personal space
  • Remaining flexible and open to new procedures as decided by the community
  • Following additional guidelines set forth in the “Welcome” sheet

Daily devo available on Hinton Facebook page

17Apr

Daily devo available on Hinton Facebook page

Daily devos can be found on the Hinton Center Facebook page.

Listed below is the Friday, April 17th edition:

Buzzword: Be in community

Read John 1:1-5, 14

Key Scripture Verse: “The Word became flesh and blood, and moved into the neighborhood. We saw the glory with our own eyes, the one-of-a-kind glory, like Father, like Son, generous inside and out, true from start to finish.” –John 1:14 MSG

Moving into a neighborhood has a lot of implied meaning to it, because there’s a difference between just going somewhere and moving into the neighborhood. Moving in implies getting to know your neighbors, learning more about the area, being present, and being in community.

How are you reaching out to make someone feel included in community during this time of physical distancing? Share your ideas in the comments so others will benefit from them!

 

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