January is “GO” Month
“Getting organized is one of the top New Year’s resolutions people make, and with 4,300 NAPO members ready and available to assist, it is easier than most people think,” said NAPO President Laura Leist. “NAPO members have helped people put order to their lives during this month-long event by offering solutions for getting organized and hosting events nationwide. This year it’s time to take action and Get Organized!”
During Get Organized Month, NAPO’s chapters and members will hold public events offering de-cluttering tips and filing methods throughout the country. Some events include reuse-and-recycle programs, organizing services, shred-a-thons, seminars, school outreaches and contests. Programming will take place in local libraries, bookstores and community centers nationwide.
According to a recent survey conducted on behalf of NAPO, respondents agree—getting organized is definitely a necessity. Of those polled, 71 percent said their quality of life would improve if they were better organized.
- 65 percent described their home as at least moderately disorganized.
- 27 percent said disorder keeps them from being effective at work.
I have teamed up with Jim Maust, owner of Venture Builders and Deb Mitchell, owner of The Design Group of Harrisonburg to de-clutter and organize three areas for The Valley Mission located at 1513 W. Beverley Street, Staunton, VA. For further information about the Valley Mission, visit www.valleymission.net The event will take place on Friday and Saturday, January 22nd and 23rd.
We are in need of monetary and product donations. You can donate any amount of money you feel is comfortable or any of the following items:
***12 sheets of 3/4″plywood or OSB Board
***2 sheets of 1/2″ plywood or OSB Board
***Clear plastic bins/tubs, shoe box to large 5 gallon size
***(4) Label maker tapes – Brother P-Touch 12mm 1/2″ laminated white split back
***White wire shelving – 12 or 16′ x 16″ and brackets
The Valley Missions’ Public Relations Coordinator, Wendy Shiflett, states that “by building and installing shelving units and reorganizing donations, these storage rooms will become better organized, helping us to make better use of donations received, and more accurately target our donation requests.”
If you or your business would like to donate money or products to assist with this project please contact Wendy Shiflett at (540) 886-4673 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Kathryn McMillan at 540-294-1523 or email@example.com.