PHILADELPHIA, PA – The 7th leadership class through the Philadelphia branch of Next Level Trainings put together a spontaneous but intentional community service project (CSP) effort to support Youth Action. As part of its transformational curriculum, the class of 16 leaders committed to raising $40,000 in their 31-day campaign but ultimately raised $49,504 in that same period.
COLUMBUS, OH – The 18th leadership class of Next Level Trainings, comprised of 50 people, put together a spontaneous but intentional fundraising campaign to support LSS Faith Mission. The non-profit provides shelter, employment readiness, health care, case management, and veterans services to people experiencing or in danger of experiencing homelessness. Additionally, LSS Faith Mission provides three meals a day every day of the year to anyone that is hungry. As part of its transformational curriculum, the class of leaders committed to raise $162,000. The team raised $176,107.
The holidays are a special time of year. We slow down and make time to see family we don’t see regularly. People strive to be kind and generous. We break out the fine china, buy gifts for the ones we love, splurge on feasts, and don our best holiday sweaters to mark the occasion. What if you lived today, and every day, as if in the spirit of celebration?
We are Keystone 18, the 18th class of the Vision and Impact Program (VIP) of Next Level Trainings in Columbus, Ohio. We are committed to creating unity, love, and authenticity for ourselves, our families, and the world. Our guiding principles are vulnerability, empowerment, courage, service, gratitude, integrity, fun, passion, spirituality, and freedom.
We, the Love4All Team of the 7th class of Next Level Trainings’ Vision Impact Program (VIP) in Philadelphia, were tasked with creating a massively impactful community service project that creates and inspires change in the world. We decided to stand for the next generation of leaders in the Philadelphia area and intend to create a massive ripple effect in the rest of the world.
Next Level Trainings, an emotional intelligence-based leadership training program, has declared to create a massive impact for Philadelphia’s Youth Action non-profit. They will culminate their efforts of fundraising and donations with a celebration event presenting a big check of their total monetary funds raised, tangible goods collected and acknowledgement of the upgrade and beautification to counselors hub at Olney Charter High School where some of the leadership students attend. Next Level Trainings declared they would raise $40,000 in one month and at the presentation of the big check on Thursday they are expected to achieve their goal.
COLUMBUS, OH – The OSU tailgate party on Saturday, November 24 hosted at Dance Tonight Columbus brought in over $8,000 in donations and ticket sales. There were over 160 people in attendance. The leadership class garnered donations of food, music and silent auction items with autographed memorabilia all in support of the effort. This event was part of Next Level Trainings overall community service project to support LSS Faith Mission.
The 18th Leadership class of Next Level Trainings will present to LSS Faith Mission a check in excess of $145,000 dollars and thousands of needed goods such as sheets, towels, underwear and personal hygiene products. LSS Faith Mission provides food, shelter, safety and healing to people in need.
COLUMBUS, OH - To honor the local organization, LSS Faith Mission, the students of VIP 18 - Columbus have enrolled the LeVeque Tower personnel into lighting up the iconic tower two consecutive evenings.
Participants in local leadership program called Next Level Trainings are working to create a massive impact for the nonprofit Youth Action. In addition to raising $40,000 in one month, participants are collecting goods and will renovate and beautify the counseling center at Olney Charter High School where some of Youth Actions students attend. This will now provide the students and counselors with a more positive and private counseling center environment. Students will soon be able to work through challenges and plan their future in a uplifting and conducive environment.
Next Level Trainings current leadership class is restoring beauty to the entryway, dining area, and bathrooms of LSS Faith Mission to ensure a warm and welcoming place that reflects dignity and respect. It all starts with a fresh coat of paint.
To live a bountiful life, we must always remember that we are constantly sowing seeds today for tomorrow. Everything that we do, say, or think is a seed planted that will have an effect both now, when we experience everything, and will also bear fruit in the future when the repercussions of our actions play out.
A group of local activists have completed a month-long community service project supporting Maryhaven’s adolescent units. The team of 53 students from Next Level Trainings’ 16th leadership class raised over $180,000, collected 2,000 tangible goods and tallied over 5,000 volunteer hours during a month-long fundraising campaign for Maryhaven. This non-profit helps individuals and families lead healthy lives free from addiction and mental illness by providing education, treatment, and support.
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It’s hard to believe another year has passed as we slide head first into October. Four years ago, Next Level Trainings completed its first Discovery Training. We envisioned a world full of love and contribution for Columbus and beyond. We were committed to taking what we learned and sharing it with our community to give back.
Next Level Trainings 17th leadership class is celebrating massive results they created for a local nonprofit. Leaders in the program not only learned skills for their personal and professional lives but also how to impact the lives of thousands in the Central Ohio community.
Dream Team 17, the 17th Vision and Impact Program (VIP) class of Next Level Trainings, developed a large scale community service project that we hoped would reach people and positively impact the lives of those who live and work around us. We witnessed the awesome work that past VIP classes have done and our aim was to dig deeper and aim higher than we had ever done before.
We are excited to announce a free special event with Lewis Howes, Monday Oct.1 from 6-7:30 at the Epicenter, for Next Level Trainings graduates and their guests! Lewis will be in town for his annual Summit of Greatness. The Summit is one of the highlights of the year here in Columbus, and Lewis has over 1,600 people attending this year including over 75 Next Level Trainings’ graduates. Lewis is a huge supporter of Next Level Trainings and vice versa, and he is offering this free event as a way to thank our community for our support!
COLUMBUS, OH- The Columbus-based Next Level Trainings’ leadership students and families will be on-site to present an oversized check to LifeTown, a local non-profit serving the needs of youth with disabilities from 13 Central Ohio school districts. The leadership team is wrapping up a four-week campaign which raised more than $117,000 in donations plus made physical improvements to LifeTown’s facilities and collected over 1,000 items requested by the local non-profit.
COLUMBUS, OH- The Columbus-based Next Level Trainings’ leadership students and volunteers will be on-site to make physical improvements at the LifeTown facility, a local non-profit serving the needs youth with disabilities from 13 Central Ohio school districts. Volunteers are gathering from across Ohio and beyond to paint, install new cabinets, countertops, shelving, electronics, and more. Over the weekend, the group also expects to top the $100,000 benchmark as it approaches it’s month-long goal of at least $117,000 in unrestricted donations for LifeTown.
COLUMBUS, OH- Next Level Trainings is producing a fun family-friendly event. All efforts benefit LifeTown Columbus, which provides vital life skills training in a safe environment to disabled youth from 13 Central Ohio school districts. There will be food, fun and games for the kids, a silent auction, and several raffles – including a 50/50 raffle and gift baskets filled to the brim with goodies for kids and adults. Local businesses have generously donated items to be raffled off as well as refreshments for this one of a kind event. Don’t miss a moment of the fun and excitement and support the children of LifeTown.
We, the 22 members of Next Level Trainings’ VIP 6 - Philadelphia leadership class, came together from multiple states to support the youth in Philadelphia. We spearheaded a massive community service project benefiting Youth Action, Inc. through monetary contributions from 972 donors, an improvement project for the facility, and collected over 200 tangible goods valued at approximately $600 including gift cards from Wal-Mart, Target, and Giant, backpacks, school supplies, notebooks, binders, pens, pencils, and markers. We are honored to issue a check to this non-profit in the amount of $61,653 and delivering the tangible goods on September 12, 2018.