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DMAC Orientation Powerpoint
DMAC Orientation Powerpoint
DMAC Orientation Powerpoint
DMAC Orientation Powerpoint
DMAC Orientation Powerpoint
DMAC Orientation Powerpoint
DMAC Orientation Powerpoint
DMAC Orientation Powerpoint
DMAC Orientation Powerpoint
DMAC Orientation Powerpoint
DMAC Orientation Powerpoint
DMAC Orientation Powerpoint
DMAC Orientation Powerpoint
DMAC Orientation Powerpoint
DMAC Orientation Powerpoint
DMAC Orientation Powerpoint
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  • Patrick Atkinson founded The GOD’S CHILD Project, an organization dedicated to “breaking the bitter chains of poverty through education and formation.” ITEMP was created as a sub-program of The GOD’S CHILD Project in response to Atkinson witnessing forced slavery and human trafficking. The GOD’S CHILD Project and ITEMP has grown to serve 5,000 poverty-stricken and orphaned children, and 8,700 abandoned and widowed mothers and their dependents through education, housing, medical needs and counseling.
  • There is a whole section on talking points in the DMAC Ideas to Actions Kit as well.
  • Mission: Successfully delegate the DMAC’s tasks while accepting ultimate responsibility for the clubs operation and structure.
  • Mission: Manage the Fundraising Team by overseeing, leading, and organizing fundraisers and events by working not only with the others from the Fundraising Team but also the Communications Team, Finance Team and DMAC.
  • Mission: Lead the Networking Team in constantly gaining new members while also developing a database of services for human trafficking victims, domestic violence shelters, and other local nonprofits providing culturally sensitive crisis shelters and services.
  • Mission: The Fundraising Team works together in coming up with monthly ideas for raising funds for their DMAC. They are responsible for properly planning the event by working with the Communications and Finance Teams to make sure the events get promoted and makes a profit.
  • Sponsoring a child costs $2 a day or $60 a month for your DMAC
  • Transcript

    • 1. Ideas to Action
      Thank you for your interest in starting your very own DMAC!
      Now let’s get started!
    • 2. DMAC Overview
      Purpose of Orientation:
      • To provide you with the information you will need to productively fulfill your responsibilities as a Dream Maker.
    • Dream Maker Action Committee
      Our Mission
      • To change lives, communities and the world through creative solutions to life-altering social concerns.
      Our Vision
      • To use knowledge to spread awareness, awareness to lead to action and action to create change.
    • History
      Founder: Patrick Atkinson
      The GOD’S CHILD Project 1991
      The Institute for Trafficked, Exploited, & Missing Persons (ITEMP)
      Currently serves over 14,000 women and children around the world
      Founder Patrick Atkinson with
      children from the Dreamer’s Center
    • 3. Talking Points
      12 million people live in slavery!
      Child soldiers, some as young as 6, number in the tens of thousands
      100,000 American children are trafficked for sex within the U.S. each year.
      In the U.S., 1 in 6 people live in poverty.
      Hunger is the world’s number one health risk.
    • 4. The Ideas to Action Kit
      This comprehensive Ideas to Action Kit includes:
      How to get your DMAC started
      Monthly Ideas to Action
      Examples to assist you in promoting and raising funds for your DMAC
    • 5. DMAC Structure
    • 6. Captain Responsibilities
      Organize all service trips with The GOD’S CHILD Project.
      Recruit others to join DMAC!
    • 7. Team Captain of Fundraising Responsibilities
      Take the lead in planning fundraisers.
      Organize volunteers to help with the fundraisers and events.
      Keep record of all fundraising sponsors (names, phone numbers, addresses, emails) and turn in a copy to the Secretary.
    • 8. Team Captain of Networking Responsibilities
      Research and develop local databases of services for human trafficking victims, domestic violence shelters, etc.
      Connect with DMAC Central database!
    • 9. Fundraising Team Responsibilities
      Hold quarterly fundraisers
      Recruit volunteers
      Raise money for local, national, global projects
    • 10. Creating Your DMAC Facebook Group
      Create a FB GROUP (NOT PAGE)
      Name your DMAC FB Group “DMAC (Name of University or Church)”.
      “Like” the DMAC Central Page to get connected
    • 11. Monthly Meeting Ideas
      Check out your Ideas to Action Kit for great topics and ideas throughout the year.
    • 12. Virtual Lunch/Dinner
      Join our virtual lunch or dinner in September and January to see first hand what you can do in Guatemala!
    • 13. Sponsoring a Child
      Services you provide when sponsoring a child include:
      Living expenses
      School enrollment fees, uniforms and shoes and supplies
      Medical care, daily tutoring, personal counseling,
      family crisis intervention
    • 14. Service Trip to Guatemala
      Plan Early!
      Experience the excitement of building a house, holding and feeing malnourished babies, and the joy genuine smiles!
      Visit www.GodsChild.org/serviceteams/ for more information
    • 15. For More Information
      Visit GodsChild.org/DreamMaker
      We need you!

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