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One Call Now Is Excited To Announce The Recipients Of The One Call Now Non-Profit Communication Grant!

While we sincerely wish we could award every agency a grant, our client panel had to make some hard decisions. The communication grant recipients that were chosen by the panel are as follows: Veterans Advocacy Foundation. Inc. Miami Valley Child Development Centers Inc UCP of Orange County Congratulations to our grant recipients! We believe that […]

VBS is Over, Now What?

Tips To Maximize Your VBS Impact After It’s Over You spend countless hours planning VBS, prepping staff and teaching kids. After the big event, you could sit back and wait until it’s time to plan next year’s VBS or continue the momentum. Implement several tips to maximize the impact of VBS and continue ministering to […]

Announcing: Non-Profit Communication Grant Application

One Call Now is encouraging non-profit organizations to take advantage of the opportunity to apply for a two-year grant for free group communication services. Launching a massive phone tree to make calls or finding volunteers to send out notifications can be labor intensive and time consuming. Non-profit organizations need a fast, easy way to quickly […]

One Call Now Notification System Puts An End To Lunch Shaming

The Hayward Unified School District, with more than 20,000 students in 31 schools in San Francisco’s East Bay, knew it needed a new approach to notifying families about owed balances for school lunches. The district used mailed notices to notify families to apply for free and reduced-price lunches or to pay outstanding balances. In some […]

Reaching Your Community with Vacation Bible School (VBS)

It’s that time of year again, time to plan and promote this summer’s VBS! VBS is a major undertaking, but one of the most important outreach campaigns a church does during the year. Many new members and families begin as VBS attendees. According to Lifeway Facts & Trends, over 2.5 million people enrolled in VBS […]

Environmental Toxin Awareness after Natural Disasters

In the face of a changing climate, extreme weather events are increasingly likely to occur. Hurricanes may be more frequent and more intense, while other parts of the world suffer from a drying climate and heightened risk of wildfires. Natural disasters themselves are often the primary concern, but what about the aftermath? Dealing with the […]

Protect Students, Teachers, Staff

Anonymous helpline gives students a way to report problems Every day, countless children are bullied at school. Many of us can relate with our own tales of being teased on the playground. However, bullying today is unlike the days of old. In the past kids could go home to the safety of their homes and […]

Tornado Preparedness Starts Now

As tornado season gets underway it’s time to get prepared. There was a small outbreak of 10 tornadoes in the Southern United States on January 21st and 22nd. Then there were 44 tornadoes confirmed in the month of February in the US. Although the 2018 season isn’t predicted to be as bad as 2017, there have already […]