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CORCRC Development News

Just when we were feeling afraid, despair, the CORCRC Annual Faith and Freedom Awards Program on May 2nd at Temple Emanuel restored our hope and strengthened our resolve to redouble our efforts in this religious war over women’s rights. The statements from the recipients, Senator Pat Steadman and Reverend Margaret Rush-Hankins, were inspirational, the prayers were refreshingly inclusive, loving, and justice-oriented, the food and wine fulfilling, the gathered community heart-warming, and we raised $8909!  A number that grows each year.   It is clear that you also care about women and their rights, and we know that there are various ways to support those rights, but being part of the Development Team puts you in the middle of our most interesting and inspirational events such as the intimate conversation with Dottie and...


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Volunteer F.A.Q.

Volunteer F.A.Q.

What kind of volunteer work is available? Everything from developing outreach efforts, to data entry, helping with our newsletter or lobbying.  Depending on your skill set and preferences, we would be thrilled to have you on our team.   What kind of time commitment do you expect? CORCRC is busiest during the legislative session but we work all year round on different projects that could benefit from your help.  We are flexible way beyond a 9-5 approach and are happy to accommodate your schedule needs.   Is their official training? This would totally depend on the task you are doing.  If it were data entry there would be some training involved but if it was outreach, developing education programs or many of the additional tasks that we need help with there would...


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