January 2021 Newsletter – Employment Click HERE to read! What was your first job? Have new career goals for 2021? We are igniting connections to employment this month and welcome you into the conversation – wherever you are in your career journey!
SPARC Awarded Safety and Justice Challenge Grant For Immediate Release Media Contact: Pamela Wright Phone: 828-747-8257 SPARC Foundation partners with Racial Justice Coalition, My Daddy Taught Me That & Umoja Health, Wellness and Justice Collective to enact new, holistic community safety initiatives The team has been awarded a John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation’s Safety and […]
New Year, New Job? SPARCing A Personal Plan New Year…New Job?! Happy New Year! The new year SPARCs a fire under us to set new resolutions and new goals. It’s a clean slate to try to get things right, and this year is no different. In fact, many of us are more eager than ever […]
SPARCing Connections Newsletter – December 2020 CLICK HERE to read! Igniting local connections to equity in women’s healthcare, community, recovery, gratitude and kindness in this month’s newsletter.
SPARCing New Careers Strivven Media, parent company of VirtualJobShadow.com, values the many ways jobs can improve our lives. This Giving Tuesday, Strivven Media choose to donate to SPARC, and HERE they describe why.
SPARCing Family Restoration in Family Centered Treatment- Recovery Kristen, a mother of two young boys, refers to the evening of July 13, 2019 as the worst night of her life. After a busy week at a new job, with her husband working the late shift and their eldest at a sleepover with a […]
SPARC After Dark shines on in 2020! Celebrating what was “SPARC After Dark” last October, what still shines on today, and inviting you to help SPARC the change you’d like to see in our community!We will miss gathering under the stars at The Boat House with you this year, but the power of community connections shines on! […]
SPARCing Community Health – HERS with Yvette Jives Yvette Jives, an Asheville nurse and social worker, shares how she became an author and activist following her battle with ovarian cancer. Ovarian cancer is known as the “silent killer” and disproportionately kills women of color in America. https://youtu.be/OlsV2f-bevc
SPARCing Connections Newsletter It’s all about SPARCing Change in our September Newsletter. Use this link to meet new people, learn about inspiring new beginnings and to let us know what you think about SPARC’s new look!
SPARCing Health & Nutrition SPARC is part of a local partnership bringing free food to neighbors in need across Buncombe County. Community Engagement Markets follow all Covid-19 safety guidelines. More details about the Markets here.