The Pennsylvania Organization for Women in Early Recovery (POWER)’s mission is to help ‘women reclaim their lives from the disease of addiction to alcohol and other drugs, and to reduce the incidence of addiction in future generations. POWER envisions a day when all women struggling with addiction will embrace the journey and realize the promises of recovery, enhancing and strengthening relationships with children, family, and community’.
Madelon Edelstone is the Associate and Development Director of POWER. In the following interview, she speaks about the experience partnering with PULSE.
CC: Why did your organization decide to work with PULSE?
ME: It’s a great way to bring bright young people into the agency to perform needed, substantive tasks.
CC: What is the most rewarding part of working with PULSE?
ME: Working with young, smart, committed individuals who want to work in the nonprofit arena is very rewarding.
CC: How has your partnership with PULSE impacted your organization?
ME: We hired the last PULSE member to continue and expand her work as our Outcomes Coordinator.
CC: What do you like most about your current PULSE follow and/or other fellows you’ve worked with?
ME: We love their energy and commitment.
CC: What would you tell other Pittsburgh nonprofits about PULSE?
ME: It’s a win-win situation for the organization and for the PULSE member!
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This is part of a series of posts about the Nonprofit Partner experience with PULSE. If you would like to learn more about a Nonprofit Partnership, please visit our Partner Page.