December 10th, 2014
Donate $25 or more to Mighty Writers in the name of a friend or family member and we’ll send them this Mighty holiday card that does two things:
It shows the recipient just how much you value their love of the written word.
And it helps us reach more kids with the power of writing.
Just click the yellow button below and you’ll be off to PayPal. After you fill in the amount of your donation, you’ll be taken to a page where you can add the name and address of the person you’d like us to honor in the space titled “message.”
If you prefer to order your card by check, you can reach us at Mighty Writers, 1501 Christian Street, Philadelphia, PA 19146.
To order by credit card, just shoot us an email with your phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll ring you up pronto.
Keeping it Mighty through the Season!
September 15th, 2014
“… your program’s selection as one of the 50 finalists distinguishes [Mighty Writers'] as one of the top arts-and-humanities-based programs in the country.”
—The President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities, 2014
Prefer to donate by check? Click here for info. Thank you!
June 6th, 2014
Employer: Baker Tilly Virchow Krause (accounting)
Hometown: Harrisburg, PA
How long have you been a MW volunteer? Since July 2013
How would you define your role at MW? My primary role is as a mentor to Sunny, a senior at Constitution High, though I’ve also assisted with college application and creative writing workshops.
“MW is a bustling hub of creative energy and motivated young people.”
What skills are necessary for a Mighty volunteer? All you need is a strong desire to see a young person succeed. MW’s staff provides volunteers with any additional resources they may need.
What makes someone a Mighty Writer? My mentee, Sunny, cares deeply about the world around her and incorporates her passions–from protesting school budget cuts to her love for Jimmy Fallon–into her writing.
If you could put a Mighty Writers anywhere, where would it be? Every neighborhood in Philly needs a Mighty Writers.
>>>Hear more from Julia, over here >>>
March 5th, 2014
Robin Stewart is the workshop leader for Princess to Queen, which will hold its third session spring 2014. She is pictured below (far right) with the spring 2014 Princess to Queen participants and their escorts at the end-of-workshop ceremony.
How long have you been a volunteer with MW? About 7 months.
How would you define your role at MW? Since I gain so much working with the young ladies my role at MW is simply a part-time group leader. They get to lead at times and I get to learn.
MW volunteers have flexibility, enthusiasm and empathy.
What skills do you think are necessary for a Mighty volunteer? Flexibility, enthusiasm for your subject and empathy. Always strive to create an experience that you would like to have.
What is unique about Mighty Writers? The staff and volunteers are genuinely caring people. They care about the whole person, not just the writer.
>>> Click here, for more from Robin >>>