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GOOD Maker Wants You: Design a Challenge for the Community
by Corinna Loo
The year may be coming to an end, but GOOD Maker is just heating up. Our new collaborative platform, which launched earlier this fall, sources fresh ideas from the GOOD community and provides the support necessary to bring innovative projects to life. Jump over to the GOOD Maker page to enter our Sharing is the New Owning challenge.
Interested in partnering with Maker to invent a new challenge and inspire others to social action? If you’re part of an NGO or a for-profit business, or you're an individual who's passionate about a specific issue, we want to hear from you.
We're looking for people who:
- Want to inspire and motivate people to make change (for example, promoting sustainability in your community)
- Want more people engaged in your social issue and mission
- Like being on the cutting edge of social change
- Like GOOD and are interested in tapping into our community's creativity and energy
Click here to propose an idea for a challenge.
Want to be notified about active and upcoming challenges? Click here to sign up.