The Civic Circle is ready for the Alternative Gift Fair! Come join us today from 12-4 p.m. at the Takoma Park Presbyterian Church. You can also shop tomorrow at Pajamarama in downtown Takoma Park, and if you are not in the region you can purchase your holiday gifts online! The Civic Circe’s Rachel Migone (volunteer) and Eliza Newlin Carney (founder) at the Alternative Gift Fair.
A thousand thanks to Sunil Dasgupta and the I Hate Politics Podcast for generously showcasing area charities, including The Civic Circle, in his latest show. Learn about the work we and other charities are doing, and hear a valuable discussion of students’ struggle over college financial aid:
The Alternative Gift Fair website is now live, and you can begin shopping and reading about the 13 charities Alternative Gifts of Greater Washington is sponsoring this year, including The Civic Circle. We had a great kickoff at the Takoma Park Farmers Market yesterday, and the team will be back with another bake sale this Sunday, Nov. 27, so please stop by! Come join the fair in person, from 12-4 on Saturday, Dec. 3 at…
Big thanks to Eric Bond and Takoma Radio (WOWD) for the interview on Talk of Takoma in advance of the Alternative Gift Fair. And thanks to the fair for inviting The Civic Circle to join this community giving opportunity on Saturday, Dec. 3 from 12-4 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church in Takoma Park, at 310 Tulip Ave. Hope to see you there! To listen to the Civic Circle interview, click HERE.
To get kids and families excited about the coming Midterms, The Civic Circle has released this new video about running for local, state or national office, and how student council can be the starting point. Thanks to Nick Newlin and Lea Morris for this buoyant performance!