Smart thoughts from Blinds.com CEO Jay Steinfeld: Keep charity and community service at the forefront. It’s not something you do just for publicity and obligation. It trains people’s minds to think about improving other people’s lives. They’re going to improve customers’ lives, co-workers’ lives, and their own lives. From Inc. Magazine, Oct., 2011.
November 27, 2011
August 11, 2009
When is the last time you got a genuine thank-you note from a charity? Growing Power is a great organization. They help bring real agriculture and healthy food to urban communities. Founder Will Allen is leading both the urban renewal movement and the real food movement at the same time. Read more from the New […]
June 23, 2009
20 years ago, fundraisers for various causes realized that it was hard to get people to make a donation. So they invented the "Walk for Whatever" format — go out and get your friends to pledge so much per mile. It was a great idea — it made it fun to participate and fun to […]
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