This campaign update went out to the nearly 2,000 people who have joined the ONE by ONE movement. Did you receive yours? If not, go to www.onebyonejax.org to sign up!
Three months ago, ONE by ONE was simply an idea, a notion that through the power of art and conversation, our community could join together to transform the future of public education in Jacksonville.
Today, ONE by ONE is an emerging movement thousands strong - and growing. That success is all thanks to you.
So far, more than 15,000 people have seen the ONE in THREE exhibit at the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens. The ONE by ONE conversations kicked off this month. And by this time next year, your voices will form the basis for an action plan for our schools and our community.
But we must reach higher. Your help is needed to ensure that ONE by ONE reaches more people in Jacksonville, so that the vision created through these conversations truly represents our entire community.
So what can you do?
• Join the hundreds of people who have endorsed the ONE by ONE campaign. It's as easy as filling out this form.
• Volunteer. Host or facilitate a conversation to empower others to speak out. Help us canvass your neighborhood to spread the word. Or get involved in the life of a child. Find out how.
• Make an end-of-year, tax-deductible donation and help bring the ONE by ONE conversations to every corner of Jacksonville. Show your commitment to ensuring that every person in our city has the chance to speak up and take action to improve public education. Click here to make a donation online now.
• Take a friend to see the powerful ONE in THREE photography and multimedia exhibition. The show will remain at the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens until January 9, 2012. Then, it begins traveling throughout the city on the schedule below.
Brunet-García Advertising | The Chartrand Foundation | Corporation for Public Broadcasting (as a part of the American Graduate Initiative) | Cynthia G. Edelman Family Foundation | EverBank | Regency Centers Corporation | State of Florida through the Consortium of Florida Education Foundations | David A. Stein Family Foundation | Jay and Deanie Stein | J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver