Our Newsletter is out and its full of great info about Nevins! We introduce you to 3 new members of the Nevins Board Dr. Melody Covington, Tracey Suggs and Jim Troyer. We show case another great Employee of the Month (Jennifer Hailey), a quick flashback to 1992, Aktion Club and updates from all of our program leaders. We also Take a moment to remember a special participant that we recently lost to illness. Read all about it here.
Very excited about the Newsletter this month. We have special content on Nevins History and we Announce our Chili Cook-off March 16th Noon to 3pm at NoDa Brewing! We also have big news for our staff straight from our executive director “Nevins is pleased to announce that effective March 1, 2019 we will be offering a group health care plan for full time employees. ” We had a Fantastic time celebrating all our football teams as part of our Super Game party. A Big Thank YOU to our friends that bought ads in the yearbook this year! With their help we were able to make the biggest yearbook yet. Robert & Leann Fenton, Sunbelt Packaging, Myra, Chris, and Julia (our CPCC instructors,) Pure Pizza, Fairway Tire & Auto, Adam & Sonya Lawlor, Natasha Davis, Sandra and Vincent Voci, Brixx Wood Fired Pizza, The Common Market, Cardinal Finance and Rice n […]
Where: NoDa Brewing Company, 2921 N. Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28206 When: Saturday, March 16th noon to 3:00pm How: Purchase Tickets HERE, ! Entry price includes: your first beer, Chili Samples, sides, Live Music and 1 Free raffle entry. Tickets will be available at the Event!
Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season, and that the spirit of the New Year is with all of us! I look forward to celebrating 2019 with everyone, and I look forward for continued growth and improvement of our services. It is a great pleasure to announce that in 2019 Nevins will be celebrating 60 years of creating opportunities. We will continue the tradition of growth that we have established through the years, with innovation and commitment to our mission, and that all of our individuals deserve the opportunity to achieve their fullest potential through employment and community involvement. This year will provide a wonderful opportunity to reunite with old friends, colleagues, and individuals that Nevins has supported through the years and honoring Nevins 60 years of service and achievement. We will have a special addition year book that will be distributed to highlight all of these. […]
Thanksgiving is behind us and we now look forward to a joyful season and the new year, because as always it’s a wonderful time of the year at Nevins, and we will continue to celebrate through the month of December. I want to personally invite everyone to our Annual Holiday Concert that will be held on Friday, December 21st. Invitations will be sent out soon. Our Music Director has been working very hard creating a program that will include our chimes chorus, holiday carols, and a play directed by our very own Natasha Young. Nevins annual Holiday Charlotte Latin Dance will be held on December 19th. Charlotte Latin School has continued to maintain their long term commitment to Nevins and we sincerely appreciate their support of our mission. If you have never attended, you are missing out! This annual event is what all of our participants and staff look forward […]
This months Newsletter is FULL of great stuff! Plenty to keep us all busy going in to the holiday season! As we move into the holiday season Nevins has experienced exciting opportunities for internal growth as well as introducing our newest member to the Nevins family! Shannon McKnight has been hired as Director of Business Development. Shannon has been in the non-profit industry for over ten years. Shannon’s experience includes grant writing, fund development strategy and leadership of fundraising and capitol campaigns, facilitating fundraising events, donor relations and volunteer recruitment and management. Shannon is a native of Charlotte, NC and lives with her husband and three children. She has a Bachelor’s of Arts degree from North Carolina A&T in Mass Communications and Public Relations. We look forward for Shannon to utilize her skills with Nevins in which we feel will be an asset to Nevins continued growth! Tanisha Rorie has […]
It is now Autumn season, and we are all hoping for some seasonal weather, but with that comes football season, pumpkin picking, fall foliage, apple picking, etc. Always a great time to be at Nevins! We invite everyone to come out to our Nevins Fall Festival October 12th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm here at Nevins. We will have a wonderful night creating smiles and having fun with dancing, pizza, and a special Arts and crafts sale featuring projects by our participants. So come out and bring a couple of extra dollars to take home herbs from our garden, artwork and crafts. Our newsletter features a number of updates and stories about how Nevins creates opportunities and showcases our employee of the Month, Jax Jackson. But you can read all about Nevins in our Newsletter here!
Hot off the Presses and ready to read! Nevins would like to sincerely thank Miller Carbon for his volunteer efforts and green thumb. Miller dedicates several hours in the garden during the week and on the weekends. We continue to have a variety of tomatoes, and peppers still available for our good eats program as well as two raised beds dedicated solely to basil, thyme, oregano, and rosemary. Miller has been instrumental working with Myra’s class with assisting her with overall education on healthy eating and hands on instruction on how to maintain our garden. We are hoping that what has been planted for the fall season will be ready to harvest by October, and we are looking forward to Miller working through the fall and winter months planting seeds for our greenhouse to be ready for spring. Our campus has really improved this summer with continued renovations with newly […]
We are continuing the tradition of growth that we have established in the past few years, through innovation and commitment to our mission, and that all individuals deserve the opportunity to achieve their fullest potential through employment and community involvement. I would like to highlight our B-3 Supported Employment program. At this time we currently serve over forty individuals in our program, and have successfully trained and employed over half of the participants for gainful employment in the community. Jonathan Martin and his team have been able to put systems in place to assure the needs of the individuals are met through person centered thinking and choice. Thank you to all employers that have been instrumental for creating opportunities and making a difference in our individuals lives. We had sent a notice out earlier this summer on how we can improve our communication to our families, caregivers, and participants. […]