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Do you live in a community that is suffering from a loss of connection within society? Interview someone who lives there to understand some of the issues that affect them.

Do you live in a community that is suffering from a loss of connection within society? Interview someone who lives there to understand some of the issues that affect them. What are ways in which they are coping? What are their stories? What are their hopes and dreams for where they live? How enabled do they feel to make change in their community? Look for people who have made a change to where they live and share their story. Need more tips? – check out our Connecting Communities Challenge Interview Starter Kit

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How to "stop homelessness the delicious way." We met STREAT CEO Rebecca who shared how homeless youth need a stable, mentoring environment and marketplace opportunities to step up.

How to "stop homelessness the delicious way." We met STREAT CEO Rebecca who shared how homeless youth need a stable, mentoring environment and marketplace opportunities to step up.

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If you could ask city dogs what it's like to live in the concrete jungle, what would they say? Inspired by the diversity of people and dogs in my Brooklyn park, I began asking strangers to adopt their dog's perspective and tell me about their lives.

If you could ask city dogs what it's like to live in the concrete jungle, what would they say? Inspired by the diversity of people and dogs in my Brooklyn park, I began asking strangers to adopt their dog's perspective and tell me about their lives.

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I just moved to London and live in a lovely community. We knew no one when we arrived and now our kids and we have new best friends. I never thought I'd have such good neighbours in a big city like London. How is this possible?

I just moved to London and live in a lovely community. We knew no one when we arrived and now our kids and we have new best friends. I never thought I'd have such good neighbours in a big city like London. How is this possible?

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The Been Thanked card is designed to re-imagine the business card. Its simple design and block letter text leaves a physical space for individuals to add specific words of thanks to those they interact with but have never recognized on a daily basis.

The Been Thanked card is designed to re-imagine the business card. Its simple design and block letter text leaves a physical space for individuals to add specific words of thanks to those they interact with but have never recognized on a daily basis.

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