We may feel like “someone else” is in charge of improving things. Communities that work well involve all of their community members. You do not have to be an official leader to make your neighborhood a better place to live. You are probably doing things right now that are helping other people.
In every neighborhood and every city, there are extraordinary “ordinary” people improving their local quality of life. Here are just a few of the examples of what our library-based friends are doing across the state:
"We elect 'decisions-makers' but we all can be change makers. Resonja Willoughby
In addition to these examples in our local communities, there are unsung heroes working for change at the regional, state or national level. Key to Community team member Phebe Dennis-Fortt started a non-profit, Relief Inc., to help people in Liberia.
What has been your experience with helping? Click here to share your story.