Volunteering is a great way to have a positive impact while connecting to your community, but did you know that volunteering is actually good for you? Today we share four ways in which giving back to your community also gives back to your health and wellbeing. Physical and … [Read more...] about Did you know that volunteering is good for your health?
After a pecan farm in a south Atlanta neighborhood closed, the land was then supposed to be converted into a residential townhouse zone. That project, however, never happened, prompting the city’s Conservation Fund to buy the land in 2016 and develop it into something else: the … [Read more...] about Atlanta builds the nation’s largest food forest to tackle food insecurity
First responders, like doctors, nurses, and firefighters, work tirelessly to take care of those in need. For months and months, their workload has been exacerbated by the pandemic, so let's all take the time to appreciate their fortitude both physically and mentally. Thankful … [Read more...] about Thankful Thursdays: Forging gratitude for first responders
So you cast your ballot and participated in the democratic process, now what? There are so many more ways to remain involved in the democratic process beyond just voting. Today we share some ideas for contributing to collective civic good any time, not just during election … [Read more...] about The elections are over. Here’s how to continue your role in democracy
If you’re an essential worker living in San Francisco, you can grab yourself a free cup of homemade coffee from Ben Ramirez who has started an impromptu to-go coffee shop out his kitchen window. Ramirez makes about 15 cups of coffee a day for local essential workers including … [Read more...] about Neighbor provides free coffee to essential workers from his kitchen window