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Do women “do good” better than men?

Who’s more philanthropic--women or men? If you guessed women, you are correct. Most people have a general sense that women are more likely than men to get engaged with their favorite causes. What might surprise you, though, are the statistics showing the economic impact of women’s purchasing power when they buy products that support a cause. Find out why. 

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LifestyleLaura McKnight
Getting real: The power of "authentic social impact engagement"

When families embark on a journey to make philanthropy a part of their lives across generations, it often starts with simple acts of doing good, such as getting in touch with nature, donating canned goods or clothing to families in need, recycling cardboard and aluminum cans, or celebrating every birthday and holiday with a big cake and a gift to charity. But there's more going on than you think. It's called "authentic social impact engagement." Find out what it means and why it matters. 

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LifestyleLaura McKnight
Springtime, kids, and going green

Spring is the perfect season to think about fun things like spring cleaning, gardening, making summer plans and, of course, going green. Get your family involved because going green is especially lots of fun for kids. Check out four easy ways to get started.

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LifestyleLaura McKnight
Selfie for a cause?

You love doing good. Donating to a charity of your choice, helping a neighbor with groceries, learning a few new recycling protocols, participating in a community event, purchasing a product that supports a cause that has touched your family, serving on a committee to share your talent. It's all good, and you’re doing a lot of it. Maybe it's time for a Social Impact Selfie. 

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LifestyleLaura McKnight
Rolling up your sleeves--it's on a roll

Volunteering is becoming a popular leisure activity as social impact becomes an increasingly important part of a well-rounded life. Check out the latest numbers, and learn why volunteering just keeps getting better and better. In fact, you’re probably doing even more volunteering than you think you are. 

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