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GOOD Maker Challenge: Win $300 to Host a GOOD Party

GOOD Maker invites you to propose an idea for an event that reflects the issue’s theme


GOOD’s latest print issue, “Beg, Borrow or Steal,” is all about the ways people have adapted to the economy’s dramatic twists and downturns. To help us celebrate the launch, GOOD Maker invites you to propose an idea for an event that reflects this edition’s theme. The prize? $300 in party-planning cash, plus a stack of 50 magazines to share.

Two tips to help you get started: First, think of your proposed shindig as an opportunity to swap ideas with friends and fellow GOOD readers, and second, Don’t limit yourself in terms of creativity. We encourage entries that are fun, engaging, and unconventional. Screen a documentary about the financial crisis like Inside Job. Occupy the Dance Floor. Whether classy or casual, use the occasion to start a conversation about the economic frustrations and opportunities facing your community.

The Beg, Borrow, or Steal Challenge is open for submissions between now and March 23 at noon PST. From March 23 through 30, we’ll put the entries to a community-wide vote. The winner will receive $300 from GOOD and 50 magazines to share with guests.

Want to learn more about GOOD Maker? Drop us a line at maker [at] goodinc [dot] com or sign up for our email list. Visit maker.good.is to see current challenge opportunities.

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