What are you doing to support your community?

I have been thinking about how we all view our communities & how we support. Is it a situation that support only happens when the issue that is effecting us becomes top of mind? Is it a situation we work so much just to pay the rent that we forget our community? Maybe it’s a situation we got the big job & living high on the hog that we think our support is not needed?  On the other side of the fence some of us take to issue to make a difference. We go out of our way to help out people around us when ever we can.

The line has been drawn from what I can see and that is based on what you feel about how important the community issue is. We get shocked about taxes going up & programs being cut in our schools. We forget to vote or even to find out more about what we are voting on. The lines of communication get lost in translation when people are pushing things to pass based off of personal need & not the need of the community. We feel bad for folks that are going hungry but we do nothing about it as it is not in our local community to be seen. We all may live in a nice area but we seldom will go out of our way to look for the homeless or hungry. We don’t go down to the schools to see what is missing or if our help is needed.

I think we need to all ask ourselves “What are we doing to support the local community?”

About David Luke Kurtz

Born in Kittery Maine. Went to Curry College in Milton Ma. Moved to Ohio in 1990 & in August of 2008 created Dangerous Events.com Inc. Joined the Network Leaders alliance in 2009. Have been growing the business since. Promotions and events specialist providing key marketing support with expertise in advertising, marketing, promotional events, branding, and public relations. More than 10 years experience successfully executing more than 200 events. Proven ability to plan, coordinate, and successfully execute promotional campaigns, special events, and conventions.
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