Newsletter: Bringing Attention to Issues Facing Women and Girls

Locus is a fast-growing, mission-driven organization that helps college students and young professionals across every industry engage with charitable causes.

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Give As You Live!

Each week we provide you with simple ways to give. Participating in these small acts of giving allows you to reflect on your philanthropic behavior and engage more regularly with Locus.

Perform a Random Act of Kindness. One small act of kindness per day can make a huge impact on the world. This week, go the extra mile for the environment and pick up litter when you spot it. Not only will it help keep your local community trash-free, but you'll also be doing your part to help the Earth.

It's Mental Health Awareness Week. Do your part to ensure that you, and others around you, are helping fight the stigma surrounding mental health. Take time this week to educate yourself, think of how you could improve you own mental health, and how you can help those around you. Whether it's learning about various resources or reading about ways to create a self care routine- take some time this week to reflect.

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Articles of The Week

Stay up-to-date with the philanthropic sphere by reading our weekly newsletter! Original content and shared stories from other outlets give you holistic food for thought.

1 In 4 Teenage Girls Self-Harm, According To A New Survey Of US High School Students

By Caroline Kee

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How to Actually Make Time For Self-Care in Your Life

By Reanne Derkson

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