Help your whole community have an ASP experience!
Remember the impact your ASP experience had on you? Imagine that multiplied among your friends and colleagues, your church and neighborhood. It wouldn't just change lives – it would transform your community.
By becoming an ASP Ambassador, you can help others experience the personal transformation that comes with rolling up their sleeves and helping an Appalachian family in need. You can help us spread the news about ASP to your friends and colleagues, your church, your workplace, your entire community. We’ll provide you with all the tips and tools you need to be effective. And you can do it with just a little effort here and there, whenever it's convenient for you.
Was your ASP experience meaningful to you? Do you believe it will be a life-changing experience for other volunteers? If you do, then please-say "yes" to being an ASP Ambassador. And help us say "yes" to more of the families who see ASP as their best, their last, and their only hope.
How to Get Started.
What you'll do as an ASP Ambassador
- Meet with people to share your personal ASP experience and encourage them to experience ASP for themselves
- Talk about ASP to friends, colleagues, family and others
- Talk to missions directors and youth groups at churches in your community
- Become a mentor and local resource for first-year volunteer groups
- Report your activities back to ASP
- Encourage an adult group from your own church to serve with ASP during the fall, winter, or spring
Tools for telling your story
As an Ambassador, you have access to this special communications toolkit. From talking points to Power Points to an overview video, you're equipped to present the ASP experience effortlessly – to individuals, small groups and to churches. Just download the toolkit, familiarize yourself with it, and use it as your guide for inviting new volunteer groups into the ASP family!
What's in your toolkit
- Ambassador Handbook – tips on how to be effective
- Talking Points – ideas to convey during your meetings
- Frequently Asked Questions
- ASP Facts & Guiding Principles