You may commit your time and talent to public, national or military service and civic work.
In democratic societies, voting is your opportunity to participate in the democratic process for national and local elections, supporting causes and candidates aligned with your positions.
You may decide to make choices about your employment based on the organization’s values and purpose. In many cases, you may also use your workplace as a platform to advance social issues.
You can use your voice to influence your family, friends and others to raise awareness for an issue you care about.
You might choose to contribute money, services or goods to support the welfare of others or to advance a social cause you care about.
Listen & Learn
Stay informed, think critically and educate yourself before acting. The more informed you are, the better the decisions you can make about how to best work within your community.
You may identify a need that has not been met by traditional institutions, structures and systems. You may use this as an opportunity to lead creative and innovative solutions that drive change.
You may choose to give your time and talents both inside and outside your home to support your community or a cause you care about.
You can make decisions that reflect your values or advance a social cause or issue area by choosing where you do and don’t spend your money.
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