thank you

The words that resonated this morning were: thank you. Thank you for answering this survey. Thank you for your time. Thank you for coming out here to see us. Thank you for taking the time to do this. Thank you for letting me take your picture. Thank you for risking your lives to be out ... Continue reading...

So, you don’t think you directly benefit from nonprofits

‘Just because you can’t hold or see something does not mean you do not benefit from it. All of us benefit more from nonprofits’ work than we’ll ever know. If you feel safe walking down the street, it’s probably because there are nonprofits working on neighborhood safety and providing services to those who need help. ... Continue reading...

Can Openers

I bought can openers the other day, and it felt great. In this work, we tend to focus on the magnitude and complexity of the social ills we’re battling: homelessness, hunger, poverty, illiteracy. All pretty overwhelming stuff. So every now and then it just feels good to perform a simple act that fixes a problem, ... Continue reading...