Category Archives: Immigration

President Obama comes to Sloan’s Lake

By Collin Lessing, JVA Consulting How often is it that the President of the United States is in your own front yard? For me that’s never happened—until today. President Barack Obama has spent much of his week in Colorado—debating Mitt … Continue reading

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Time to talk about immigration: Welcome to Shelbyville

Janine Vanderburg, JVA Consulting Over 250 people jammed into the Aurora Fox Arts Theater in Aurora for a special screening of Welcome to Shelbyville, a film directed and produced by Kim Snyder that weaves the narratives of different groups of … Continue reading

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Defining “community” in community—Welcome to Shelbyville to screen in Aurora

By Collin Lessing, JVA Consulting Although I’m not exactly looking forward to the cold days of winter, I will admit that I’m glad the summer movie blockbuster season is finally over.  I’m ready to hear about some new movies that … Continue reading

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JVA’s News You Can Use, 1/21

Welcome to JVA Consulting’s new blog! Each Monday, we will share with you the latest news in the nonprofit sector, as well as interesting headlines that affect the world we live and work in. New York Times, 1/18 Google’s philanthropy … Continue reading

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JVA’s News You Can Use, 12/3

Welcome to JVA Consulting’s new blog! Each Monday, we will share with you the latest news in the nonprofit sector, as well as interesting headlines that affect the world we live and work in. (Note: Some of the sources are … Continue reading

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