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This Week in Social Entrepreneurship: More Things to Look Forward to in 2017!

We hope you are all settling well into 2017. We are back this week with events and opportunities to add to your calendar & articles and news clips on social entrepreneurship around the globe. 543 more words


Pray for the leadership of For the Love of Missions as we travel to Guatemala tomorrow. We are excited to celebrate all God has already done and to explore the next steps He has for us.


Transition NDG Launches New Pop-Up Cafe

By Hélène Montpetit

Every Monday from January 23rd to March 13th, NDG residents can warm up, cheer up and pick up new skills by popping into Coopérative de solidarité Transition NDG’s (“TNDG”) new Pop-Up Coop. 283 more words


What Makes a Good Board Click? Part One

Last week we offered some New Year’s resolutions for nonprofit boards. This week, we start a three-part series that offers some additional tips for you to ponder. 380 more words


On this day of remembering Martin Luther King Jr., we reflect on his many challenging teachings. This one is relevant to the work of For the Love of Missions from his sermon  “A Time to Break the Silence” (Riverside Church, New York, April 4, 1967). 100 more words


Because I Said Yes

I remember sliding my clothes off, the apprehension and excitement of not knowing what would come next. Thankfully, it wasn’t a full moon that night, but the half that was visible shone an ethereal glow that bounced off the Madre de Dios river; calm and quiet and tranquil. 512 more words


It’s not the easy way. IT’S THE RIGHT WAY!


Previous Post: The RIGHT coffee changes everything

25% of the crowdfunding from Mamé Noka Coffee Roaster will go to the BOYO project.
The moto is “Trade not Aid” and “Collaborative Trade”, thus it’s not a gift. 947 more words