Author Archives: annmariegraham

Girl Power

For a large portion of my childhood, Hermione Granger was one of my heroes, or should I say, heroines. Through out all of her adventures with Harry and Ron, she was always smart, sassy and a force to be reckoned … Continue reading

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The Future of Fundraising: Social Media and Social Consciousness

People love to harp on us Millennials. We’re products of the “Participation Trophy” phenomenon, anything short of instant gratification is unacceptable, our obsession with social media is out of control and prohibitive, the list goes on…those things might be true, … Continue reading

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Going #Coatless4ACause

They say you don’t understand someone until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes. In an effort to empathize with the growing number of suburban poor, I walked a mile in their shoes…without a coat. Poverty is such a complex … Continue reading

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From Hull House to SON Ministries: A Historical Look at Civic Engagement

As a student, the entire goal is to be able to take what you learn in the classroom and apply it to your professional life. I am so grateful for my work at SON Ministries, because it has allowed me … Continue reading

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The SON is rising!

Hello! My name is AnnMarie Graham, I am a senior at The Ohio State University studying Public Affairs and International Studies, and much like a sunrise, my time as a Fundraising and Development Intern for Serving Our Neighbors Ministries is … Continue reading

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