Regular readers know that the Josephson Institute (my life’s work since 1987) is really struggling this year. A few of you have made donations and I am grateful. I hope more of you will, but there is another way you can help without depleting your wallet. The Institute’s creative director, Tony Baer, came up with a great way everyone can help. Think of the possibilities if you and some of your friends post the following message (or your own version) 2-3 times before the end of the year? It would mean a lot to me to know you are willing to spread the word:
“I want to urge you to learn about and consider making a donation to a very worthy and important organization during this holiday season. Character Counts! is a nonprofit org that works with schools, sports organizations and even companies and public agencies to help build character in youth and and promote ethics in business and the workplace (see charactercounts.org). You can donate easily at charactercounts.org/donate, and if you like what you see, please spread the word by sharing this post. Thanks!”
Thank you all for your support.