Introduction to findhelp.org (101)  

Thursday, February 2, 2023
12pm – 1pm, Eastern time

North Carolina, Georgia, Puerto Rico, USA

Join your fellow Georgia, North Carolina and Puerto Rico-based professionals from the nonprofit, government, healthcare, and education sectors who are using findhelp.org to learn how we connect people to social services in your area.

In this live 101 session, we’ll discuss:

  • How to search for and connect people to resources; 

  • How to send and track your referrals; and

  • How to claim your program(s) & join the findhelp.org network!

Please be sure to use a computer with reliable internet access for participation in the virtual community event.

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Findhelp.org Certification

Want to take your findhelp.org knowledge to the next level? Get Findhelp.org Certified! After you take both the 101 and 201 courses, we’ll send you a short exam. Pass the exam and you’ll be certified!

Once complete, we’ll send you a badge for your website and professional networks and enroll you in our online collaborative community. Sign up for this training to get started on your Findhelp.org Certification today!

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Your Speaker

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Elaine Cray, MPHE

Senior Community Engagement Manager

Findhelp

 

Elaine's background in public health education and intercultural communication helps her support diverse organizations on the findhelp platform. Based in Charlotte, she enjoys collaborating with partners across North Carolina, Georgia and Puerto Rico to facilitate a seamless, consistent process for connecting people to social services.

 

Click to email or meet with Elaine!

 

About findhelp.org

We make it easy for organizations to connect to and follow up with care. From food assistance to help paying bills and many more free or reduced-cost programs, our search is an easy way to get services, connect people to what they need, and allows for quick follow-ups. Search and connect—findhelp.org works for you.