The Impact of Care to Learn

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Care to Learn
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Nadia Cavner is an experienced executive in the finance industry. Also a dedicated philanthropist, Nadia Cavner contributes to a number of charities at both the local and national level, including Care to Learn.

A nonprofit organization established in 2008, Care to Learn funds health, hunger, and hygiene initiatives for students. Over the past decade, the organization has excelled in all areas of service, resolving more than 900,000 health-related issues for over 98,000 students in 34 school districts.

Education professionals have praised the impact of Care to Learn services, noting that children provided with adequate clothing and healthy meals go to class with a much more positive attitude and willingness to engage in schoolwork. Individuals interested in furthering the Care to Learn cause can contribute in a number of ways, including workplace giving and planned giving programs. Visit caretolearn.org for more information.

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Project Connect OMC Raises Awareness about Ozarks Services

 

Nadia Cavner

A graduate of Texas Wesleyan University, Nadia Cavner spent over two decades as an investment advisor. Today, Nadia Cavner gives back to others through her work as a philanthropist who supports a number of charitable causes. Among other initiatives, she recently supported Project Connect OMC.

A joint effort of community groups, local businesses, churches, and charitable individuals, Project Connect OMC brought together people from throughout the Ozarks region on August 25, 2018, for a day of free carnival-style activities and community assistance. Held in Branson at the Mansion Theater and the Shrine of the Holy Spirit, the event raised awareness about community services for area residents who may not have access to them.

More than 140 service providers turned out to help with the event. In addition, nearly 300 volunteers guided participants among information booths staffed by representatives of community organizations and service providers. In addition to those providing information, other volunteers offered services such as free haircuts, medical screenings, and family photographs.

Project Connect OMC Raises Funds during Day of Service

 

Nadia Cavner

A former financial advisor, Nadia Cavner now concentrates on giving back to the community through her support of organizations such as Care to Learn. Also committed to supporting the larger Ozarks region, Nadia Cavner recently took part in Project Connect OMC.

The Ozarks region is known for its friendly residents who are always ready to lend a helping hand to their neighbors, and this was illustrated once again during Project Connect OMC. Held on August 25, 2018, the event brought together more than 50 local groups and over 100 service providers and volunteers from throughout the region to help more than 1,000 residents from underserved areas learn about community organizations while enjoying food and good company.

In addition to raising awareness of these community resources, local businesses, health care organizations, and church groups provided free services such as health care screenings, haircuts, and information about hospice care. Additionally, more than 100 families received assistance in signing up for utility assistance programs, and local food banks distributed over 400 bags of groceries.

The event raised more than $25,000 for future community programs and received nearly $100,000 in in-kind donations. The event was a success, with all of the participants stating they would participate in another event like it.

The Widespread Impact of Care to Learn

 

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Care to Learn
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Nadia Cavner led operations at Nadia Cavner Group Investment Services as president and lead financial advisor from 1991 to 2014. More recently, Ms. Cavner has focused her efforts on supporting a number of philanthropic organizations, including Care to Learn.

Care to Learn is a registered non-profit that addresses the needs of Missouri’s students in a variety of areas, including health, hunger, and hygiene. The widespread impact of Care to Learn’s services and programming cannot be understated. Since the organization’s inception in 2008, Care to Learn has resolved more than 900,000 individual student health needs ranging from new shoes and clothing to an inability to afford food at school. The organization has supported the needs of over 98,000 students across 34 districts, including more than 55,000 students receiving free or reduced lunch benefits thanks to the partnerships that exist between Care to Learn and the school districts they serve.

Care to Learn programming has been praised by teachers and other school staff members. Information about local chapters can be found online at www.caretolearn.org.

Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor to Host Grant Workshop

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Nadia Cavner has extensive experience as a financial advisor and business leader, including nearly 25 years serving as president of Nadia Cavner Group Investment Services. Beyond her work as a financial advisor, Ms. Cavner attends events and workshops put on by government organizations, such as the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor.

The Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor Office of Global Programs (DRL/GP) will host its Annual Workshop for Potential Grant Applicants at the George C. Marshall Conference Center in Washington, DC, on the evening of October 26. The workshop, open to both potential grant applicants and existing grantees, has been designed to address some of the most common questions regarding DRL grants procedures. Workshop topics will range from specific DRL policies that govern programming to the mechanics of the application process itself.

Representatives from a number of DRL offices will lead discussions and be available to answer applicant questions. To register for the workshop, or to begin the grant application process, please visit www.state.gov and search for the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor Office.