Today, I drafted an op-ed for the Least Developed Countries Fund. Our bill made it out of committee and it’s time to push for a vote during this legislative session. One of our partners will probably pitch it to some Massachusetts media outlets.
Intentional action, requiring effort or resources, to participate in the life of a community. It aims to make a difference in improving conditions for others or to shape the future of a community.
And it embraces the fact that all persons are created equal and are endowed with certain unalienable rights, including the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Help make your community, your country or even the world a better place. You’ll meet great people along the way.
Vote in every election – even the local ones – connect with your representatives, and speak up. Maybe even run for office.
Fight for what you believe in. (But don’t take “fight” literally.)
Donate to worthy causes. A little goes a long way.
Don’t feel helpless or that you don’t have enough time. Civic engagement starts with a single act. I’m here to help you plan your civic engagement, focus on what you believe in, commit to a plan of action, and take that first act. Sign up for my free PDF on “How you can raise your civic engagement with one civic act.”
Small changes to our own habits at home and at work can make a big difference in the life and wellbeing of our communities.
How did this start? I embarked on a journey in 2017 to perform one civic act per day, every day, for four years. It’s been an eye-opening process for me as I’ve stumbled through municipal meetings, met a host of interesting organizations and civic leaders, and taken deep dives on issues that affect my community. The feedback I’ve received from people I’ve never met has encouraged me to help others who want to change their own approach to civic engagement.
Don’t feel helpless or that you don’t have enough time. Civic engagement starts with a single act. I’m here to help you focus on what you believe in, commit to a plan of action and take that first act.
Sign up for my free PDF on “How you can raise your civic engagement with one civic act.”
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