UPDATE on COVID-19 Crisis
With the world in flux and everything unknown, WFC is working hard to ensure our community is safe and healthy. We ask for your support and patience as we work to protect and care for each other. While we have programs scheduled starting June 29th, we have yet to determine when we might be able to open. We will provide updates here as the world works toward resolutions for the COVID-19 crisis.
With community health in mind, the Board and Co-Directors will post decisions here and will update the summer program calendar accordingly. As of now presenters are scheduled, staff is planning to work, and we are hoping all will be well. Above all, our priority is to ensure that our community will be safe and healthy. We will not open if it is not safe to do so in accordance with CDC, WHO, and state and local guidelines.
We hope to be able to create meaningful connections and to celebrate our 80th summer and being together — with commitment to making the world a more just and more sustainable place for all. You and your support mean the world to us.
Please check here for updates, and feel free to call or email us with questions or concerns.
Love and solidarity, Andy and Andrea, Co-Directors – April 3, 2020
Thank you for helping flatten the curve
Physical distancing, staying home, supporting the vulnerable... Extra courage and community connections are needed as we hope to be able to host you during this, WFC's 80th summer. Watch for updates.
Apply to be our next Executive Director!
See https://worldfellowship.org/directorsearch for information. The ED Search Committee will begin interviewing this spring with a goal to hire by the end of 2020 and set a schedule for overlap with the outgoing directors and an official passing of the torch, to be completed by the end of 2021. Thank you for helping find the ideal candidate to lead WFC into the future.
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