What better way to welcome the New Year than by throwing a party to celebrate?! As fun as parties can be, they can also be very wasteful, so here are a few tips for hosting a fun and eco-friendly celebration that everyone will enjoy.
Take an eco-friendly approach this holiday season, and inspire your friends and family by giving green gifts! Have you ever seen purses, wallets and other accessories made completely from soda can tabs, chip bags or other food packaging? They’re definitely different, but they also make fun, unique gifts that your friends and family will surely love!
Hi Parisleaflets! The holiday gift-giving season is rapidly approaching, and we thought we would take the time to do a little bit of a plug on buying your gifts locally! You may not be thinking of giving your friends and family websites under the tree this year, but there are plenty of other local businesses that you can support right here in Gainesville! Looking back on some of the local businesses we’ve featured in the Leaflet over the past few months, there are many ideas for Gainesville enterprises that you... Read The Rest →
All the ways we plant trees: Reddit Give our posts “up votes”, we’ll plant a tree, “down votes” we take its life back in our hands until we get more up votes (down voters are murderers!!). Facebook, twitter, RSS- blog feed (see top right-hand corner), or our Newletter Click “like, follow, subscribe, or sign up” and we’ll plant a tree for each individual act. If you do all 4, we’ll plant 5 trees for being an avid Parisleaf supporter. 10 trees for every job we print
Happy Thursday (or Friday Eve as some people call it) Parisleaflets! We’re going to get another close-up interview with a local business today. Our special focus this week is Food4Kids Backpack Program, which helps make sure children get enough to eat when they are at home from school, on the weekends, or over breaks. We interviewed Jennifer Moore, the Founder and CEO of Food4Kids Backpack Program North Florida! Tell me more about Food 4 Kids Backpack Program. What do you do? Food4Kids Backpack Program of North Florida, Inc. provides food... Read The Rest →
Happy December Parisleaflets! Can you believe it?? It’s Thursday again, which means it’s time for another in-depth look at a local business! Today we are featuring local non-profit Harvest of Hope Foundation. We talked to founder Phil Kellerman about the group’s initiatives, background, and how we in the community can get involved! Tell me about Harvest of Hope. What does the Foundation do? In 1989 I began my career with migrant farmworkers with the Eastern Stream Center On Resources and Training based at the State University of New York in... Read The Rest →