At Bobolink Creative, I want to support local organizations and give back as much as I can, that’s why I created Bobolink Gives Back™.
Bobolink Creative is operated under the motto of “Be a funnel, not a cup.” As Bobolink grows, I’ll never hoard what I have, but will always take what comes in and let it flow out like a funnel to give back and help others. For every digital consulting project I work on, a portion of the sale goes to support a non-profit organization helping those in need.
Thanks to all of my awesome clients who make this possible! I couldn’t do it without you!
Here are the 2016 Organizations we are able to be a funnel to and support together!
(I’ll continue to add more throughout the year!)
Gleaners Food Bank
Gleaners helps individuals and families in the Youngstown area by providing a free food bank to those in need. Gleaners is completely supported through donations and each week people are able to come and “grocery shop” totally free for their weekly supply.
Martin’s 4 Africa
The Martin family helps people in Ethiopia through teaching and providing shoes for children that have none. They live as missionaries for 2-4 year terms and then return to the U.S. for a short break before returning again to help the people of East Africa. Currently they have served two terms and are in the states now with plans to return and open a Bible college in addition to their other efforts.
Pregnancy Help Center helps women who are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy. They offer a confidential environment where one can get all of the facts on pregnancy, abortion, adoption, and parenting in order to make the best decision for their unique situation. They offer limited medical services, classes, support for men, and help with basic items needed when getting started as a new parent.
The Rescue Mission helps people in the Mahoning Valley who have come from a variety of unfortunate circumstances that not only need help for today, but also need help for tomorrow. The Rescue Mission helps to provice food, clothing, temporary shelter, case management, learning opportunities, and safety for individuals and families in need. They also offer Workforce Development and Transitional programs for longer-term clients.
Special Touch – The Corll Family
The Corll family actively serves individuals with disabilities throughout Ohio. They work with organizations to properly accommodate individuals with disabilities and help them on an on-going basis. The Corll’s also conduct a summer camp for kids with disabilities held in Columbus, Ohio.
Dan Chepke – Kent State / H20 Church
Dan is doing a one year project at Kent State University where he will be working directly with college students everyday. Dan will be a Christian mentor and equip students as they search for connection and purpose in their time at college.
YSU Chi Alpha is a community of believers, experiencing life together in relationship with God, impacting students, the campus, the community and the world.