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3 Principles of Great Non-Profits

30 April

Below are insights I gained from Jim Collin’s monograph Good To Great and the Social Sectors: Why Business Thinking Is Not the Answer. Principle #1: Cultivate Discipline “A culture of discipline is not a principle of business, it is a principle of greatness.” -Jim Collins As it is often quoted, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” […]

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Homeless Care Kits

23 April

Documented research continues to make the public aware of the realities of the work place. Employee engagement is low. Employees longing for purpose and connection is high. However, small to mid-sized employers might not have the luxury to allow employees to go off site to volunteer and give back. What could a solution be for […]

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Are You In Poverty?

29 March

We are the most prosperous nation to ever exist. Surely there are not many that struggle with poverty in America, right? Wrong…. One of the top misconceptions about poverty is that there is only one kind: material poverty. However, when you take a deeper look one can see that many of us struggle with some […]

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MTTM VISITS THE BRIDGE

26 February

MTTM was thankful to have an amazing group of volunteers spend some service time at The Bridge. The Bridge shared after our visit, “The best volunteers are those who do it from the heart. Their meal filled tummies, their organization skills were much needed, and their smiles where contagious. Special THANKS to #MoreThanTheMove for their […]

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VOLUNTEER TESTIMONY | PARKER

26 February

Having the opportunity to volunteer at The Beacon was a great way for our Gulf Winds group to see into the lives of the homeless in Houston. This also gave our group an appreciation of the things we tend to take for granite, by experiencing what the homeless endure on a daily basis. The Beacon […]

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VOLUNTEER TESTIMONY | LUCY

26 February

More Than The Move asked Lucy M, A Gulf Winds’ Team Member, “What was moving about your experience at the Bridge?” Lucy shared, “The most moving thing for me was seeing the shirts before leaving, how the children expressed their emotions on these shirts. I remembered once feeling this way as a young girl, coming […]

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