Newsletter: How to Use Your Passions to Help Others
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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, we encourage you to reinforce your acts of kindness! Set an alarm on your phone to go off at three different times during the day. In those moments, do something kind for someone else. Setting reminders for yourself is a great way to enforce kindness as a habit!
Stand Up to Hate. Too often, we are reminded of the existence of hatred in the world. The recent attack on the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh has been the world's most recent reminder of hatred and anti-semitism. Standing up to hate is a necessary action that all must make. Click Here for ways to not only help the victims, but to also educate yourself on how to combat anti-semitism.
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Articles of The Week
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