Make It Good

Written by Thrive

 

As a social-profit organization,Make it Good addresses the barriers and challenges that exist for individuals and organizations as they work towards greater sustainability. Make It Good confronts these barriers and challenges by working collaboratively to change the systems that keep us disconnected from a sustainable society.

Make it Good facilitates and supports wise action. We create a space for thoughtful dialogue where people can come together to better understand the challenges that affect our communities and to uncover the possibilities and opportunities that exist to move beyond them.

Our approach is integrative; we connect individuals and groups across sectors to provide the customized tools, processes and resources that community leaders require to create positive change.

Make it Good brings professionals together to vision, craft and commit to facilitating and stewarding the evolution of environmental, economic, and cultural sustainability.  Make it Good defines sustainability as our ability or capacity to endure.  We look at how we can resolve the 3 pillars of sustainability which include: the environment, the economy and the community (also referred to as the social) over the long term.

To learn more, please visit the Make it Good on the ‘web’.

 

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