I just posted a great event on the Calendar. The event is called Bike/Hike for Water and it benefits the Christ and Saint Luke's Episcopal Church's efforts to collect donations for building and digging wells in Haiti.
I just posted a Blog on a new research study released in the journal Health Affairs that makes the case for improving health so that people can live longer, healthier lives and enjoy better retirements. Here's a link to it below:
Virginia to receive $9.7 million to combat opioid crisis
Check out my blog posting on this positive new development or visit the article by copying and pasting the link below in your browser for some good news in an article in my favorite newspaper, The Virginian-Pilot.
Depending on the issue that is of note, things like collective impact projects have an obvious bias to the geographic or locational descriptor of the issue in question.
In keeping with both community support, social interaction, career wellbeing and financial wellbeing, why not host an event or contest where employees team up to walk a certain number of steps in a specific timeframe, document their actions in their wellness teams portal and get donations for a penny per step from either companies that their employer does business with or supports or friends and family?
I recommend that anyone who has not read Joe's latest blog post do so. He does a very good job of suggesting solutions for local traditional media companies that are beset by the challenges they face overcoming their legacy costs and dependence on local ad revenues as a primary profit-making source. Among his recommendations are the focus on local community-wide socioeconomic issues and providing services that can create revenue streams beyond ads alone.