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As a student in Dr. Gerald P. Cusack's Administrative and Behavioral Organization Management Class, we implemented ideas on how to improve Momma's House.

As a student in Dr. Gerald P. Cusack's Administrative and Behavioral Organization Management Class, we implemented ideas on how to improve Momma's House.

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  • Resident InterviewsIn what ways do they think they can be helpful running the house. Understanding what they are doing so far, what works and what needs improvement. Social Worker does interviews.Seek professional therapists to conduct group therapy sessions on a volunteer basis using as a source people who are pursuing their doctorate in Social Work and Psychotherapy. Feeling of Inclusion between residents, volunteers and staff. Volunteer TasksIdentify things residents can do to volunteer. Ask people out of program to volunteer.

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  • 1. MOMMA’S HOUSE CASE STUDY Cesar Del Rosario, group leaderShivendu Bhalla, Christian Cortes, Ryan Day, James Pace, Tatiana Robinson, Joseph Tate The Peter J. Tobin College of Business Department of Management
  • 2. VisionMOMMAS HOUSE is dedicated to ensuring that anypregnant young woman on Long Island can have a realisticopportunity to parent her child even in the most difficult ofcircumstances. MOMMAS can make a difference forteenage mothers abandoned by their families, having noplace to take their babies other than a seedy roominghouse and no prospects other than being chained towelfare. Young mothers, whose choice of life for their childis at odds with a society which too often promotes death,now have a place to take their baby home. The Peter J. Tobin College of Business The Peter J. Tobin College of Business Department of Management Department of Management
  • 3. Accomplishments• Dedication of Patricia Shea• Staff• Momma’s House Volunteers• Donors The Peter J. Tobin College of Business Department of Management
  • 4. Momma’s House Quick Facts• 28 Mothers, 29 Children• Four Homes• 164 Applicants• Children from Pre-Born to 6 years old The Peter J. Tobin College of Business The Peter J. Tobin College of Business Department of Management Department of Management
  • 5. Volunteering Opportunities• Child Care• Transportation• Tutoring/Teaching Skills• Mentoring• Donation pick-up and/or sorting.• Fundraising including grant research/writing• Relief for House-managers-day, evening weekends, and/or overnight.• Handyman• Clerical Work• Mailings• Workshops• On Campus The Peter J. Tobin College of Business The Peter J. Tobin College of Business Department of Management Department of Management
  • 6. Volunteer Sectors and Recommendations• Child Care, Tutoring/Teaching Skills, Mentoring – Implement a similar Jump-Start Program for child care. – High School/College Students to tutor mothers. – Local Public Officials, clergymen, religious people to provide mentoring. – College Faculty Workshops The Peter J. Tobin College of Business Department of Management
  • 7. Jumpstart• Jumpstart is a national early literacy organization that works towards the day when every child in America enters school prepared to succeed. Jumpstart accomplishes this mission through supporting corps members to work individually with young children in preschool setting.• John’s University provides the Jumpstart.• Provides children one on one help in reading, writing, art, science, mathematics. The Peter J. Tobin College of Business Department of Management
  • 8. Community Outreach• Schools – High School/College Programs• Retired• Tradesmen• Mentors• Local Organizations The Peter J. Tobin College of Business The Peter J. Tobin College of Business Department of Management Department of Management
  • 9. Internships available in: Accounting, Advertising, Communication, Education, Finance, Marketing, Psychology, Public Relations. The Peter J. Tobin College of Business The Peter J. Tobin College of Business Department of Management Department of Management
  • 10. Internship Duties• Basic Duties – Mentoring – Clerical Work• Specialized Duties – Financial Statements – Grant Research/Writing – Market Research – Psychological Studies – Public Relations/Donor Retention The Peter J. Tobin College of Business Department of Management
  • 11. Internship Experience• Can be counted for credit.• Valuable experience in specific fields.• Valuable experience through community.• Mentorship under University Professors.• Help Satisfy Ph.D. requirements. The Peter J. Tobin College of Business Department of Management
  • 12. Volunteer Retention• Comfort – Know the volunteer • Teambuilding Excercise – Know everyone – Encouragement• Develop Volunteer Community – Volunteer BBQ, bowling night out, etc.• Incentivize with recognition The Peter J. Tobin College of Business Department of Management
  • 13. Funding• Donor Feedback• Fundraising Events• Grants The Peter J. Tobin College of Business The Peter J. Tobin College of Business Department of Management Department of Management
  • 14. Funding• Promotion – Flyers – Invite Local Businesses – Collaborate with other non-profits.• Seek out non-financial funding sources. – Financial services, grant writing, web-design. – Social Networking Advertising – Ask for space in newspapers for advertisements. – Radio Stations, Public Access Television. The Peter J. Tobin College of Business Department of Management
  • 15. Fundraising Events• Passion for Fashion, existing• Fundraising Walks• Dinners/Dances• Proceed Events (teaming up with stores and purchasing products will entitle contribution to Momma’s House – ex. 50% of what you spend will be donated to Momma’s House)• Raffles• Art Shows• Carnivals• Church second collections The Peter J. Tobin College of Business Department of Management
  • 16. On-Demand Necessities• New Infant & Toddler Size • New Pillows Clothing • New Towels• Baby Monitors • Gasoline/Phone Gift Cards• Baby Wash, Lotion, Shampoo, Oil, • Plastic Storage bins with lids Powder • Umbrellas• New Solid color Knit Crib Seats • Bedroom Dressers• Working Car • Durable Vacuum Cleaner• Metrocard • Home Depot Gift Cards• Paper Goods • Sewing Kits• Cleaning Supplies• Toiletries• New Bed in a Bag Sets• Mattress Covers• New Twin Size bedsheets The Peter J. Tobin College of Business The Peter J. Tobin College of Business Department of Management Department of Management
  • 17. Market to Local Companies Invested in Children/Mothers• Goodwill • Special Proceeds Events• The Salvation Army • Craigslist “Free”• Toys ‘R’ Us/Babies ‘R’ • Wholesale Toiletries Us Pricing• Wholesale Distributors • Gift Baskets to fulfill On-• Furniture Stores Demand Necessities• Craigslist The Peter J. Tobin College of Business Department of Management
  • 18. Momma’s House Service Quality• Resident Interviews• Social Worker does interviews.• Seek professional therapists to conduct group therapy sessions on a volunteer basis• Feeling of Inclusion between residents, volunteers and staff. The Peter J. Tobin College of Business The Peter J. Tobin College of Business Department of Management Department of Management
  • 19. Thank YouThe Peter J. Tobin College of Business Department of Management