Making a Difference

Each month during our company meetings we take time to highlight customer success stories: authors who, after multiple years, have completed their dream or have realized an unforeseen sales increase. For December I wanted to depart a bit from that topic and instead look at a more timely and relevant theme. As we enter into the holiday season, let’s each consider how we make a difference daily. In the meeting, I asked, “When’s the last time you made a difference?”

Some replies we got were one employee who purchased a cup of coffee for someone that morning who didn’t have the money for it and another employee who showed his 3-year-old son how to hold his newborn. Some of you may have recently donated blood, given your time coaching a youth recreation team, or helped your child last night with homework. In each instance, you made a difference.

It’s warming to see how many of us in the office make a difference daily!

Now, let’s focus on our creators who make a difference. The following Lulu creators are making a difference…for the Environment, for Animal Rescue, for Quality of Life, for Children’s Health, for Wildlife, and for Families.

Making A Difference

Society For Wilderness Stewardship

The Society for wilderness Stewardship is a 501(c)3 non-profit.  Our Mission is to promote excellence in the professional practice of wilderness stewardship, science, and education to ensure the life-sustaining benefits of wilderness.

Society for Wilderness Stewardship Calendar

Marley’s Mutts Dog Rescue

Marley’s Mutts Dog Rescue has rescued close to 600+ dogs since it was started. This calendar’s proceeds will go directly to help raise funds for Marley’s Mutts to continue their mission. The calendar contains dogs rescued this year as well as some of their permanent pack!

Marley's Mutts Dog Rescue

Cats R Us

Cats R Us is a Non Profit 501(c)3 cat and kitten rescue organization in the Annapolis, Maryland area whose focus is educating communities about non-lethal and humane care of community cats; controlling the community cat population through TNR (Trap, Neuter, and Return); and the promotion of low-cost community spay/neuter clinics and initiatives. TNR means community cats are humanely trapped, vaccinated, sterilized, and ear-tipped (for identification) by veterinarians.

Cats R Us

These were just a few of many. Share with us the ways you are making a difference!

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