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Are you ready for the summer? Mingle and dance with the Trickle Up Young Professionals Council (YPC) for our annual Summer Soiree on Tuesday, June 18th in support of Trickle Up’s work helping women build businesses as a pathway out of extreme poverty. Donate $30 or more and come get fancy with the YPC!

  • Tuesday, June 18th, 8:00PM - 11:00 PM
  • XVI Rooftop: 251 West 48th Street, 16th Floor
  • $30 or more donation gets you access to the YPC's Summer Soiree
  • 8-9:00PM: vodka/champagne open bar + passed hors d'oeurves

*Please make sure you enter all your information to gain access to this event
 
 
LadyDrinks and Henri Bendel's present THE SPEAK UP SERIES Panel Discussions focused on the female entrepreneur in the New York metro area, who is thinking of starting a business, has a business, and is generally business-minded.

WHEN: Quarterly: Thursday, March 7th
WHERE: Henri Bendel's, 5th avenue, 3rd Floor

 NEGOTIATING YOUR PROFESSIONAL LIFE       
  • I have a business. How do I garner press for my product?
  • Now I have press, how do I parlay this into sales?
  • Developing a 15 second pitch
  • The core components to effective leadership  

PROCEEDS WILL BENEFIT TRICKLE UP!

For more information, go to: 

http://www.lady-drinks.com/speak-up-panel-discussion-series-march-7th/
 
 
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Please take a couple of minutes to help Trickle Up secure a GreatNonprofits’ 2012 Top-Rated Award. GreatNonprofits is a review site like Yelp or TripAdvisor, and it is honoring highly reviewed nonprofits this holiday season. Recognitions like these help Trickle Up get attention among donors and media outlets, while also improving our visibility and credibility online. We need to get 10 or more positive reviews (4 or 5 stars) to win.

To show your support, simply fill out this survey before Thursday, November 15th:
http://greatnonprofits.org/reviews/write/trickle-up-program-inc/campaign:top-rated-awards

If you’d like to help us more, why not pass on the message to your social networks? Here are some messages to copy and paste, or to turn into your own:

  • Take 2 minutes to review @trickleupnyc for the @GreatNonprofits Top-Rated Awards here http://ow.ly/f2frs
  • Help @trickleupnyc get a 2012 @GreatNonprofits Top-Rated Award by writing a positive review here! http://ow.ly/f2frs
  • Support @trickleupnyc by raising their visibility and credibility with a @GreatNonprofits’ Top-Rated Award. Write a positive review on http://ow.ly/f2frs

Your endorsement would really help us.

Thanks!


 
 
About: 

Join the Trickle Up Young Professionals Council for our Third Annual Gala in support of Trickle Up. Trickle Up empowers women living in extreme poverty by providing them with the necessary resources to build sustainable livelihoods for a better quality of life. In partnership with local agencies, they provide training and seed capital grants to launch or expand a microenterprise and savings support to build assets. 

Enjoy an open bar, compliments of Lagunitas and Ketel One Vodka.  
 
 
Thanks to everyone for coming out to our Winter Wine Tasting with the Trickle Up - Young Professionals Council. Special thanks to the Moore Brothers Wine Company for hosting the event and offering some delicious wines for tasting. Here are the pics from the night. Enjoy:
 
 
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_Trickle Up YPC Winter Wine Tasting
Wednesday February 8th, 2012
6:00-8:30pm 
Moore Brothers Wine Company

33 East 20th Street between Broadway & Park Ave. View Map

Help support Trickle Up's vital microenterprise work by joining us for a winter wine tasting. Find out more about Trickle Up's work in India, West Africa and Central America while mingling with staff and members of the YPC!

Please purchase your tickets at the door for $40.


Thank you to our sponsor:
 
 
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Want to learn more about Trickle Up? Looking for opportunities to volunteer? Please join the Trickle Up Young Professionals Council for an informational happy hour on Tuesday, November 8th, from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM. YPC members will be available to answer any questions you may have about Trickle Up, the YPC organization and volunteer opportunities.

Side Bar
120 East 15th Street (at Irving Place)
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
6:30 - 8:30 pm

We hope to see you there!
-YPC Steering Committee


 
 
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Event Announcement:
Can Financial Services Help the Poorest of the Poor?


Monday, September 26, 2011
6:30 - 8:30 pm

Moody's Investors Services
7 World Trade Center at 250 Greenwich Street, 20th Floor | New York City

In partnership with the Microfinance Club of New York, Trickle Up presents a panel discussion featuring:
  • Bill Abrams, President, Trickle Up
  • Anne H. Hastings, CEO, Fonkoze Financial Services
  • Irena Shiba, Program Officer, Citi Foundation (moderator)
There are more than 1 billion people in this world unable to access traditional microcredit. They possess few assets, have irregular incomes and live in isolated communities. Are there financial services that can help those most in need? 

Click here to register and find out >>

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Caroline Hendrix, on the right.
I have a confession to make. When I got involved with Trickle Up, I knew nothing about microfinance, about microenterprise, about the difference between the two, about poverty alleviation. Basically, I knew nothing about Trickle Up. Oops. In the summer of 2009, I was looking for an “extracurricular project” because I had been at my full-time job doing fundraising and special events at a performing arts nonprofit for a couple of years. I’d gotten the hang of it, and it was time for an interesting side project. Read more...

 
 
Advocacy Committee: Plans educational panels focusing on microenterprise and Trickle Up. Scouts and identifies appropriate advocacy and informational events in which the organization might participate.

Fundraising Committee: Plans fundraising events and devises other creative and unique fundraising strategies.

Outreach Committee: Publicizes YPC initiatives, plans membership outreach and networking events, and helps to grow the YPC network through strategic partnerships.


Commitment Committee Co-Chairs will meet with the YPC Steering Committee approximately once a month and will plan 2-3 events per year with the help of a fellow Co-Chair and committee.

How to Apply:  Send your resume and 1-2 paragraphs describing your interest in the position and any ideas for the upcoming year to the YPC Co-Chairs, Ahmed Deria & Christian Sanchez, at ypc@trickleup.org. Please clarify which committee(s) you are applying for. If you are applying to more than one, let us know which is your first, second and/or third choice.

Deadline: Please submit all applications before the end of the day on Friday, July 22, 2011.

 
    Who are we? A dedicated group of young professional volunteers in New York City raising awareness about Trickle Up, an international poverty alleviation organization. 
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