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For every successful small business, there’s a non-profit organization doing good work on behalf of others. Charities, social services and advocacy groups use their limited resources in the search for new solutions to age-old problems, but their greatest struggle can sometimes be in providing for their own futures. Fortunately, some in the St. Louis business community have recognized the importance of non-profit organizations, and they’ve taken the necessary steps to forge positive and lasting partnerships. One example is David Meyer, a partner at Spoke in downtown St. Louis. David and his team devised the Sprockets program, a multi-faceted means for helping non-profits achieve their goals.
Theresa Wilson is the founder of The Blessing Basket Project. Her organization helps foster a sense of entrepreneurship in less-developed countries around the world.
Greg Lukeman is the executive director at Food Outreach, a meal provider for almost two-thousand patients suffering from HIV/AIDS and cancer throughout Missouri.
Lyndsey Hodges is Development Director at The Mission Continues, a program that assists armed forces veterans as they prepare to re-enter the workplace.
But these non-profit leaders weren’t the only ones with something to gain. As David can tell you, Sprockets was a unique opportunity for young ad men and women to learn the business of marketing and advertising.
Amanda Yates is now a designer at PGAV Destinations, but while attending Washington University, she was one of the first to learn from the program’s potential for hands-on experience.
For more information about the Sprockets Program, or to turn in your application today, visit Spoke’s website, spoke marketing dot com.
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