For any of you who missed out, our Rock, Paper, Scissors tournament, SHOOT!, was Friday, May 20th. It was a fundraising opportunity to build a ramp for a young boy, Jorgy, with Cerebral Palsy. Read up on Jorgy’s project here! Originally, Jorgy’s ramp was only supposed to cost $450, however upon arriving at Jorgy’s
When Doing My Part first heard of Jorgy’s story, we were eager to help in any way possible. He was born with Cerebral Palsy and in need of a ramp into his home so his parents did not have to keep carrying him up the stairs and into it. The original plans for the ramp
We made it. The soft release is LIVE and I feel great about it. It’s taken a long time to get to this point and we’re finally here. So our first move is to release to our inner circle. Everyone who we know, friends and family, inform them of DoingMyPart.com and direct them to the website.
We’re now at a point where the website is up and live…and we’re building our online foundation to manage traffic and new members. We’re a small operation. So anything we can streamline, we do. As new members come in ranging from $3 to $100 per month our obligation grows. Our obligation to fulfill the duty
Doing My Part started the Inner Circle monthly meetings this week to gather team members, local partners and contributors. The key ingredients and what allows everything Doing My Part does. We offered lunch to our closest team members, partners and contributors that got us to this point, showed our progress and updates and gave a glimpse of
As I mentioned, when we started, we didn’t have a specific cause we wanted to help. We wanted to help them all. We didn’t know where to give back because there were so many causes…so we didn’t. But that all changed at the gas station… anywho… So we started taking projects from all over the
After getting beat down a few times, and getting back up, you always standup stronger. And that’s what happened. When it all came down to it, we had learned a lot. One of the things that we were doing wrong was trying to do it by ourselves. So we We realized we needed a little help