As you shop, use some of your consumer dollars to help reduce poverty for others. Published November 26 2009
Many companies will pay your school or nonprofit organization for saving their product labels. One school has raised over $15,000. Published November 24 2009
In 1989, Donna Rae Scheffert planned how to get a group into East Germany. Getting out was the hard part. Published November 19 2009
When nonprofits cooperate with fund raising can everyone come out ahead? Will people give online? Published November 18 2009
Your economics, class, and assets make up your socio-economic level. What are the twelve levels? Published November 17 2009
Do civic leaders need to be tech savvy? Or just wise? Published November 12 2009
The search for 86,000 U.S. military listed MIA is an inspiring story of serving others. Published November 10 2009
Do you know veterans to honor on November 11th? If not, read about my relatives. Published November 9 2009
In a challenging economy are we more likely to give generously to others or hold on tightly to what we have? Published November 6 2009
The bridge collapse and emergency response in Minneapolis in 2007 made national news. Published November 3 2009
Donna Rae Scheffert is a facilitator, consultant and writer. Find more information online at www.online-leadership-tools.com.
She lives in Minnesota with her husband and teenage son and daughter.
Honors and awards include University of Minnesota -Distinguished Extension Campus Faculty ...Read More
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