Tag Archives | development

The Churn – Intern Post 1 by Shea Krevi

  Since I have been in Indy, I’ve skipped ten years of life. Not literally, in the sense that I left 2017 behind, and not academically, in that I have stuffed my brain full of knowledge and experience. But more contextually, in that I am practicing SEED’s developmental work through the eyes of someone who has […]

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D is for Development

Rose and I have been blessed to visit many churches to share about SEED, about the work we’ve been doing over the past year, and to recommend investing in a development group project instead of only purchasing product. We continue to get donations for these development groups from individuals, but one of the exciting things […]

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Product highlight: Nativity set

Now that our online store is open (yay!) once in a while our blog posts will highlight a specific new product. This gets at the heart of SEED’s focus on empowerment through economic development, which is something beyond a charitable donation. This Christmas we are happy to present to you a nativity made by the artisans […]

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It takes a team to build an online store

 It really is amazing how much work something like an online store takes. It seems like it would be so simple, doesn’t it?  Just throw a bunch of products at a computer screen and you’re all set.  The SEED team — and a number of very important volunteers — has been hard at work on […]

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Meet the SEED team!

The SEED Livelihood Network team is lean and volunteer-driven.  We’re proud of that fact: it means that there are many people who are passionate enough about the livelihood cause that they donate their time and energy.  In future blog posts, we’ll be highlighting some of the volunteers who are making the work go.  For now, […]

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