February 2021 Worldwide Newsletter

February 2021

Have friends or family lost their jobs?

Our donors are covering the expenses for our Unemployment Transition Program, which is designed to lead participants to life-sustaining employment while improving mental health outcomes during this stressful period.

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“Have you lost your job in the pandemic? One of my favorite nonprofits is offering an Unemployment Transition Program which is designed to lead participants to life-sustaining employment while improving mental health outcomes during this stressful period. It includes leadership development workshops, networking opportunities and it costs you nothing because of their donors. Learn more here: www.becauseisaidiwould.org/backtowork.

Habits & Tactics

Personal Development
Tips & Tricks

How do we make our promises easier to keep?
Here are three tips from five-time TEDxTalk speaker and accountability expert Alex Sheen.

1. Remember, “dishonesty charges interest”

I’d rather pay the cost of disappointing someone right now then to allow that disappointment to build unstoppable momentum. As you wait to tell the truth, other parties are working, making plans, spending resources, burning precious time…all with a false assumption. If I am going to have to pay the cost that comes with being honest, I’d rather pay it now. My reputation is too valuable to destroy it with surcharges. Read More »

Promise Stories

Losing loved ones to COVID

Participants in our Unemployment Transition Program work on a capstone project to help families who have lost a loved one to COVID. We received this feedback from a program graduate who kept their promise…


Lexi’s Capstone, a memorial for someone who lost their life to Covid-19
“She expressed how lonely it’s been for her in losing her mom because her dad and her sister are not in a place where they are able to discuss her mom’s death so it’s been therapeutic for her, just talking about the project.

The project has helped me because it’s a great reminder of all the things I do have vs what I do not have, despite being unemployed.”

-Lexi, Program Participant

Our COVID programs are funded by our donors.

From our Unemployment Transition Program to sewing tens of thousands of masks for healthcare facilities, because I said I would is trying to provide hope in a world that really needs it. Will you help make a positive impact with a generous tax-deductible gift today? Donate Now

 

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