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    April Happenings


    It wasn’t until I sat in on a Savvy Board meeting that I truly understood the complex workings of this amazing organization and the scope of their efforts. I was immediately proud to be part of something so much larger than myself…..that I believed would truly change the world.”

    – Julia Condon, Founding Savvy Writer.

    Spring is finally here and the Savvy Women's Alliance is looking forward to warmer weather and longer days! Here’s what we’re talking about this month:

    •      April Theme: Plastics
    •       Invite to Exclusive Member Event at the Silent Spring Institute May 11th
    •       New! View Chapter Locations On A Map View
    •       How can I be more involved with the Savvy Women’s Alliance?


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    A Photo Story of Our West Coast Debut

    The Savvy Women's Alliance embarked on our first road trip over February.  We traveled up the west coast, hosting events to connect women as our debut across California and Oregon.  

    Browse our photos and see some of the women who joined us - from volunteers to bloggers, to writers and movement makers.

    We start the story with the live  interview by Tra'Renee Chambers on KATU's Afternoon Live, who focused on budget-friendly tips.

    The tour was made possible by a generous grant from the Seventh Generation Foundation. 

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    January Updates & Opportunities

    Happy New Year! Savvy is looking forward to an exciting 2017! Here’s a quick overview of how we’re kicking off the year:

    • January Theme: Simplify Mindfully          
    • First Mulit-Chapter Event Open 
    • Expanding Our Writing Team 
    • Lunch With Kristi in California and Oregon
    "I love that we can share and learn together. It’s not a “my way or the highway” kind of place. Join in. Find your home. You’re always welcome here!” – Eve Bynum. Read More »

    West Coast Lunch Date With Savvy?

    Please join us for delightful food and leave inspired by Kristi Marsh's passionate and powerful message, or choose to  meet in person over coffee for the full scoop on Savvy's  fresh nonprofit debut. 

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    Savvy's Top Five 2016 Blog Posts

    Annoucing our top five viewed & shared 2016 Savvy Women's Alliances blog posts. What a solid start for our inaugural year  - we are incredibly proud of our volunteer writers and editors.  Which of these compelling posts do you recognize?

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    Announcements: Discounts, Lunch & New Chapters

    Quick Scan of Announcements:  

    • Looking for Savvy Women in California + Oregon to have lunch with our Founder 
    • New Savvy Feature: The Most Wonderful Gift of the Year
    • 35% off Little Changes offer for thoughtful gift giving
    • Welcome three new Savvy Chapters
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    It Rhymes With Schmee-in-a-Cup.....

    That super-new-amazing must-have holiday item is almost here and we are counting down the days until December 5th! Yes, it is pee-in-a-cup! And yes, we are pretty excited to share this cutting edge biomonitoring study opportunity with you.

    Slow Down There Frosty, Back the Sleigh Up....

    What? Bio-who? And just why would I do this?

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    November Anouncements & News


    Does life ever feel like you are standing inside of a bicycle wheel, knowing each spoke leads in a different direction, but not knowing which way to go first?  Savvy has intentionally have taken a novel approach to address topics one at a time and guide our members with monthly themes. Starting today, we will 'announce' our monthly themes as well as share exciting upcoming news and events.  

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    Special Release: Retail Stores Ranked


    A first-of-its-kind report just came out ranking and grading our largest retail stores: Who’s Minding the Store? – A Report Card on Retailer Action to Eliminate Toxic Chemicals.”    We are midly surprised at some of the ratings. 

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    When Kids Make Water Bottle Refill Stations #Do-Able

    Selfish or Selfless? 

    A quick search on Amazon displays dozens of books touting how to market to,  manage or inspire Millennials, describing them as selfish, self-centered and self absorbed.  We believe this generation is actually profoundly Savvy, open to embracing ways to protect the health of this planet and all that call it home. Did you know while we explore tips and tools to create healthier homes, teens across the country discuss GMOs or watch “Food Inc” in philosophy classes, often continuing the discussions outside of school with their parents?  And colleges offer environmental health, science and technology majors across the nation?  When given a support system, Millennials’ fresh outlook and ‘can do attitude’ can lead to a range of creative solutions,  as seen in Maxwell Sheldon's story.

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    We Have  A Sweet Deal For You!

    Would You Like to Make a Difference Outside Your Home?  

    We have just the fundraiser for you!  We would like to offer you a 35% discount on a  Sweet 6-Pack of autographed Little Changes as a way to raise funds for Savvy's upcoming fall launches.  

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    Print 'n Save: Tip Sheet for Cleaning with a Jug of  Vinegar

    We don't pretend to love cleaning, but we get pretty excited when cleaning becomes easier and safer! We partnered with Women's Voices for the Earth to create this lovely printable so you can keep a lovely tip sheet with your supplies.  

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    Whoops! Did We Really Forget This Button?

    Just a short seven weeks ago the Savvy Women’s Alliance launched. Thank you for joining us in these wee-early stages – we have nearly 8,5000 views and hundreds enrolled in our 20 Budget Friendly Tips! To this we say hubba-bubba and High Five!

    Except, we forgot One. Crucial. Button. 

    Last week we added the brand spankin’ new shiny SHARE buttons onto our Savvy Blog Post page. Every blog post has them now. Top left corner.

    Just how crucial are these buttons?

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    A Can-Do Girls Night Gathering For A Summer Evening

    If paint nights can become a thing, you know anything centered on food will be  a hit. 

    When it comes to fun, an interactive activity is the name of the game. Start now and plan a Girls Night Gathering during the summer.  Host an enjoyable evening where girlfriends learn about canning, and can a few foods  just for the hands-on take-home fun.

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    Kids, Sports, Schools & Fundraisers


     Are you a parent of a baseball, soccer, football or hockey player? A dancer or cheerleader? Volunteering in a troop, chapter or booster?  Pretty soon it will be time to fill out another form and hand over a check. Or maybe you lead or run the fundraiser?  Flip your typical fundraiser of cookie dough or yet-another-candle on its head with this fresh idea:  offer stainless steel reusable bottles with team/school/chapter logos on them!  

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