There's a grocery store somewhere that invites parents to take a free piece of fruit for their kids to snack on while they're shopping.
And there's a barber in Iowa who gives kids free haircuts. All they have to do is read a book while they're in his chair. (See the story.)
What's important to you and your company? Is it promoting healthy eating or reading skills? Or maybe it's pet adoption like we told you about in this post.
As a business, you and your team have tremendous power to spark change and make a difference, even if it's only in your neighborhood. And good ideas spread so rapidly these days that your actions could easily inspire others around the world to follow your lead.
It doesn't take a huge budget or time commitment to get started; just a desire to leave the world a little bit better than you found it.
Let us know what you're doing in the Comments section.
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