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Announcing the Giving Side of Business Maker Challenge

Help inspire the #smallbiz community by sharing how your company makes a difference. #givingside #socent

Some of the best small businesses go beyond providing their customers with inventive products or useful offerings—they also ensure their services make a difference. GOOD and UPS® CONNECT are looking for creative ways that small business owners like you give back to your communities. Does your company have a unique buy-one-give-one model? How about professional training or jobs for the homeless? There are many ways to pay it forward, and we want to learn which solutions are working for you.

Help inspire the small business community by sharing how your company makes a difference. We want to celebrate businesses that align their core values with their actual operations. Enter the Giving Side of Business Maker Challenge for the chance to receive $5,000 to help your business further its impact.

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Take 30 Seconds, Tell Someone, “You Matter!”

Taking a moment to show someone they matter could save a life.

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Taking a moment to show someone they matter could save a life. This summer the USC School of Social Work has the privilege to sponsor the launch of a grassroots movement, spreading positive mental health, wellness, and random acts of kindness. Telling someone they matter can have a greater impact than you may know, which is why the You Matter campaign encourages you to share ‘Care Cards’ with as many people as you can.

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Positive In, Positive Out: How a USC Alumna is Coping with Lymphoma

Coast Guard Reserves member Cassie Sulfridge, 28, had just graduated from MSW@USC, the Southern California university’s web-based Master of Social Work program, and was working two jobs when her life was turned upside down.

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Coast Guard Reserves member Cassie Sulfridge, 28, had just graduated from MSW@USC, the Southern California university’s web-based Master of Social Work program, and was working two jobs when her life was turned upside down.

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