Culture of Compassion

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We must revitalizing the city one ward at a time.

There are 145 non-profits that serve Ward 5. The challenge is that everyone is jockeying for their own position.

How might we ingite a culture of compassion?

Something must happen – a paradigm shift in our thinking…

How we think of ourselves, our role and the people around us.

We’re willing to pay the cost individually for what might happen together.

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2 Responses to “Culture of Compassion”

  1. Jack Ricchiuto Says:

    I’ve had funders tell me that they are slowly trying to move away from policies and practices of funding that supports isolated, fragmented, and competitive efforts in urban non-profit ecosystems. My wish is that they take this emerging intention seriously.

  2. leafless Says:

    For most people, it’s a zero-sum game. Sad but true.

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