Some might say that "money makes the world go 'round," but here at Eco Partners, it's definitely the people!

Our hard-working team delivers the content you can count on to help educate your community about local solid waste issues and programs. Our team members also do good works.

Eco Partners staff writer Margot Gibson joined a diverse group of volunteers to provide needed items to the 6600 Afghan refugees currently housed at Camp Atterbury in Central Indiana. Working with the disaster relief organization Team Rubicon, she sorted and packed clothing and hygiene items and helped supervise craft projects for the Afghan children.

“In Indiana we have such an impressive volunteer base,” notes Margot, “men and women in the Indiana Guard Reserve, retired people, members of houses of worship, and individuals just wanting to help. The experience has been both rewarding and humbling."

Thanks, Margot, for sharing your Hoosier Hospitality!

This month, we are also excited to introduce a new team member, James Washington. Meet him in our feature article below.

The team at Eco Partners researches, writes, designs, and prints affordable newsletters that are tailored to your community. We would love to work with you! Please give me a call.
Keep on doing good work!

Elizabeth Roe
Eco Partners Inc.
Meet James Washington
We are pleased to introduce our new intern, James Washington. A senior at Grand Canyon University, James will graduate this spring with a degree in sociology. He also has a strong interest in business, so he will be working with Elizabeth to review project management systems to support our work processes. James will also help with our newsletter production.

In his spare time, James has a passion for producing music! You can listen to samples of his work by following him on Instagram. He also enjoys camping, hiking, and stargazing.

Like many of our past interns, James has close ties to Eco Partners. He is the brother of Elizabeth’s soon-to-be daughter-in-law, Monisha. Welcome to the team, James!
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