The Eureka Springs High School class for Media, Marketing and Communications taught by Rachael Moyer met with board members of People Helping People last week. The class spent the last semester developing a marketing plan to assist PHP. The students presented an entire marketing analysis complete with PowerPoint presentation and a written report that will enable us to increase our online presence in hopes of getting more donations. We are especially excited about the Facebook recommendations!
Their input was invaluable. The teacher and students are to be commended for all their hard work and help. People Helping People salutes you!
People Helping People volunteers staffed the Cornerstone Bank parking lots downtown today and raised a record-breaking $575 in donations. The weather was lovely and traffic plentiful. We thank everyone who paid $5 to park and help support this very worthy cause. And thank you, Cornerstone Bank, for allowing us this fundraising opportunity.
Cornerstone Bank has historically allowed various charities to man the parking lots on weekends; benefiting People Helping People and other charities on many occasions.