Are you a closely held business owner who would like to have positive impact on your community (and on your own profitability) via a strategic investment in community philanthropy? If so you will find this free toolkit, produced by The Community Action Network in Austin, very valuable: Good Community is Good Business, 43 page pdf. Thanks to Sam Woollard of Knox-Woollard Professional Management, LLC in Austin for drawing my attention to this practical resource.
Business owners can also have a positive impact on their community and own profitability by looking into HUB- Humanity Unites Brilliance
Posted by: Matt | May 20, 2008 at 05:54 PM