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Finding Your Startup Sweet Spot
Sep15

Finding Your Startup Sweet Spot

What do you think of when you hear “doing well by doing good” – that it’s a cliché? How about “impact businesses” – sexy? Or what about: “for-benefit companies” – confused yet? No matter what you call it, many young women today want to align with an organization that is changing the world somehow. But most…

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Tim Miles Asks, Are You Contributing To More Than Your Own Self-Interest?
Sep10

Tim Miles Asks, Are You Contributing To More Than Your Own Self-Interest?

Since our son was diagnosed with autism, I’ve been blessed to speak to more than a thousand not-for-profit organizations. My message is, essentially, that in Western society, greedy is no longer goody. (Sorry, Gordon.) In this interconnected world, where the emerging generation longs to marshal their

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Ambucs.org – Ambucs Dedicated to Helping Those with Disabilities

Ambucs.org is the Internet home page of a non-profit service organization that was created for mobility and independence for people with disabilities. Ambucs consists of a diverse group of men and women who are dedicated to helping those with disabilities and making their lives easier. Members of the organization perform various forms of community service, provide Amtryke therapeutic tricycles to individuals who cannot operate a...

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211info.org – Health & Human Service Information

Do you want to find information about community services in Oregon or South West Washington? If that’s your case, you might check 211info.org. This site features information on all community services provided in the areas of South West Washington and Oregon. This website will let you browse for community services information, ranging from social service department data and Oregon human services, to child care resource and...

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EMWomen.com – Empowering Women to Change the World

Women of the world unite could be EMWomen’s tagline. This site caters to women looking to change the world in groups of up to fifteen. The premise: EMWomen get together in small groups to unite and plan community projects around their cities while bonding personally and growing professionally. These women may be of disparate backgrounds, but they join together to each week to get EM training, coaching, and participate in conferences...

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