This is a pretty big deal. Many people have told me to believe and people will come. Even better the movie that says, “build it and they will come.” Well, it’s really hard to build a dream that’s over $20 million.
Since no one I knew or others could
In this edition of Build by 2020, I’m just keeping up. There are so many things going on to list. I’m still glad I can share this weekly vlog with you.
Our goal is still to build. We’re looking for any assistance as we keep on keeping up. See
For 2018, I’m focused on helping others discover their purpose in all my businesses. There’s nothing like living for your passion. I enjoy helping others. From the time I started pursuing starting Dream Big, it was very satisfying and enjoyed all the work including the late nighters.
As for Dream Big,
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 30, 2017
Rebekah Dull, Director of Events
DREAM BIG ACCEPTS BIGGEST CORPORATE DONATION TO PROVIDE FAMILIES AN UNFORGETTABLE OPPORTUNITY
Dream Big Community Center accepts donation from PG Long Floor Coverings
(VANCOUVER, Wash.) – Dream Big Community Center has accepted
During this time of year, I’m grateful for all those who’ve helped me throughout the years. As some celebrate and some don’t, I still want to send you positive vibes wishing you happy holidays.
If any of those that want to join me Build by 2020, please feel free
After several years of servicing middle to high schools with programs, an all-time were tickets to the Portland Trail Blazer game. From parents crying to kids stating it was their dream, I had to concede that our clients were telling us what they needed. I was like, “if that’s
One of the biggest secrets to staying in this nonprofit is ensuring you have great community partners. I’m not talking about sponsor or donors, but actual folks who encourage you with money, resources, time and their expertise. Having a community gem has been the only way we’ve survived.
In 2015, I published my very own book for Dream Big. For many reasons of going this route, this was the best option to grow our programs. The title was fitting, but also very personal. I named it, “Scared to Be Me.”
The book is available on Amazon and
The weather has changed. Thanksgiving has come and gone. With almost 30 days left in the year, seasons are changing and before we know the time has escaped us. In this time of the year, things move and go fast.
We don’t intend to ignore those that are less
After a long Thanksgiving week of family and food, the classics are back. I’m already listening to Christmas music. I’ve had my turkey sandwiches. Last but not least, I watched one of my faves Coming to America. However, Giving Tuesday is back again.
With all the focus on buying presents and