Today we begin a discussion about the how-to of successful charity running.
If it’s cold and snowy and icy where you are right now, like it is here in northern Illinois, you may be having trouble getting motivated to run. Don’t worry so much about that. I have no doubt that you will find your mojo.
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A meaningful discussion of how to eradicate poverty can’t occur without a courageous conversation about race and racism. Last week, the Robin Hood Foundation brought together leaders from government, eduction, the non-profit sector, and the media to be part of a frank discussion about poverty at their (virtual) No City Limits Conference, which did just that.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a self-regulating business model that helps a company be socially accountable—to itself, its stakeholders, and the public. (Investopedia). Do a search for any company or brand followed by those three words and chances are pretty good that you will be directed to a web page outlining all the good they’re doing for the community, charitable organizations, the environment, how they are engaging their employees in volunteerism, and what causes align with their own mission, vision and values.