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During the past few weeks, we have seen businesses like Dick’s Sporting Goods, REI, Walmart, Delta and Walt Disney step forward with acts of compassion. Compassion for the children who were gunned down in their schools, compassion for the parents who have lost their children to gun violence, and compassion for children in foster care who are denied a loving family because the foster parents are LGBTQ. (If you want more details, Google has the full stories😉.)
We live in a country where big business has a very loud voice. They can choose to do business as usual or they can step up and join the compassionate movement. The movement that says I recognize your pain and I will take action to try and alleviate that suffering. It is too late for so many, but early enough to prevent future suffering.
We recognize these bold and compassionate acts. I am grateful for the leaders who stand up and make bold decisions. It may be a small step, but it is definitely in the right direction.
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In case you have not noticed, the election is fast approaching. It’s in 45 days to be exact. So, that means if you are not already registered to vote—NOW IS
We often use the phrase “it takes a village”. So, when we ask the question, “Who is in your village?” Who comes to mind? Who’s there to hold your hand
I remember exactly where I was on the morning of September 11, 2001. I’m guessing that you remember where you were, too. I had no idea how the day would
Do you ever wish we had a universal language? One that spanned borders, religions, even the ages?
“If you have come here to help me, you are wasting your time. But if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.” –
It’s almost here…2017. This coming year will be full of ways to participate in raising the voice of compassion throughout Metro Atlanta. January is already full of amazing events to
How do you say I love you? Let me count the ways… Earlier this week, Americans celebrated Valentine’s Day – the holiday of love. ❤️
On this beautiful day in Atlanta, as we see the daffodils bloom 🌼 and the birds start their singing, we feel the restorative and healing power of nature.
Did you know that you can help create a more compassionate Atlanta every time you go to the supermarket?
If you have a registered Kroger Plus Card (available for free at the Customer Service desk in every Kroger store) and a Kroger Community Rewards online account, and choose us as your designated non-profit organization, your purchases will begin earning rewards for Compassionate Atlanta within 7 to 10 business days!
Register your Amazon.com account, make Compassionate Atlanta your charity of choice, and Amazon will donate 5% of eligible purchases to help us raise the voice of compassion throughout the city!