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Donate your old bicycle and help alleviate poverty

he first time Adama Sow rode a bicycle, he was in his early 30s. The Sénégalese engineer was living in Ste. Anne de Bellevue and needed an eco- nomic way to get to his workplace in Senneville. 478 more words

Volunteer Etiquette

Last Friday I spoke at a local volunteer fair. The ‘My Time to Give’ fair was created to help students find a suitable placement- which is great! 131 more words

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Triple Strength Leadership

Sounds a bit like an advert for kitchen rolls doesn’t it?

Well according to Nick Lovegrove, a director at McKinsey, and Matthew Thomas… 398 more words


Mazi Mas - employment for migrant women

Mazi Mas means ‘with us’ in Greek and the pop up restaurant certainly has people with them under the acclaim of serving good food whilst providing much needed employment for migrant and refugee women in London. 709 more words


Not everything that counts can be counted.


“Not everything that counts can be counted. And not everything that can be counted, counts.” — Albert Einstein

           It is National Volunteer week and last night we were honored to be at the Propellus Volunteer Awards Event last night. 826 more words


Signs of Lurking Insanity

The signs are all around, for those ready to be alarmed by such signs.   I’m not speaking now of the obvious ones– cutting food stamps for millions of hungry American children (“takers”) while limitless money is spent sending armies to kill vaguely identified enemies, along with massive, classified ‘collateral damage’ and things like that.   292 more words


Giving to the Grassroots

Grassroots organizations are often the heart and soul of a community. Think back to your youth and the many organizations you participated in. Many of these were or were once grassroots organizations. 183 more words