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All Good Work Residents: Providing Timely, Reliable and Trustworthy Information During the Pandemic.

In times of crisis timely, reliable, and trustworthy information is key as it can help reduce anxiety and stress, help protect people, and ensure that individuals and organizations are making informed decisions that can have an impact on communities, societies, and economies. 

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How All Good Work Resident, Urban Ed Academy, is Creating Equal Opportunities for Students

Equity in education.

If this phrase doesn’t mean much to you, it should. Because to children studying at schools in certain areas of the US, it means everything.

There is a distinct lack of cultural diversity among teachers in American schools. Our populations aren’t being reflected in the school systems designed to teach them.

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How Coworking Spaces Can Help Battle Nonprofit Displacement

  • The Impact Hub in San Francisco was forced to close last week because it was unable to pay its rent. 
  • The closing laid bare the reality of nonprofit displacement. 
  • Though the closing of the San Francisco Impact Hub is a blow to the social impact community, collectively the coworking industry can help solve the problem of nonprofit displacement.
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Work Better: Coworking Space Member Brings Autistic Filmmaking Talents Into Focus

  • All Good Work matches social impact and nonprofit organizations with workspaces with room to spare; All Good Work currently has over 20 participating workspace hosts.
  • All Good Work recently placed AdaptLab Filmmakers in Work Better in NYC.
  • AdaptLab helps filmmakers with learning differences to work on productions.

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Refugee Support Group, RiF Finds Coworking Home In Alley New York

This article was originally written in collaboration with Nate Heasley and was featured in Allwork.Space

The world is in the grip of a refugee crisis. Millions of people are fleeing violence in their home countries and seeking refuge over borders and across seas. According to the UNHCR, 65.6 million people were forcibly displaced worldwide by war, violence and persecution at the end of 2016 — more than at any time in the UNHCR’s seven-decade history.

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All Good Work Finds A Manhattan Home For Co-Living Nonprofit, BASE

This article was originally written in collaboration with Nate Heasley and was featured in Allwork.Space

Marla “MZ” Goodman is a self-confessed “activist mom and problem-solver”. When she’s not building digital products for consumer brands or spending time with her family, she’s laying the groundwork for a pretty amazing master plan in New York City, called BASE.

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All Good Work Is Helping Shared Workspace Operators Tell A Unique Story

This article was originally featured on Allwork.Space

All Good Work is a not for profit platform that connects shared workspace operators with local nonprofits in need of workspace.

Though a young organization, All Good Work has proved that together we can change the world we work in, not just the way we work. With collaboration and participation of over 20 coworking and business center operators, to date, All Good Work workspace donations amount to over $750,000.

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All Good Work: Bringing Social Responsibility To The Shared Workspace Industry

This article was originally written in collaboration with Cat Johnson and was featured in Allwork.Space

A recent Forbes article describes a “stunning transition” over the last decade as corporate social responsibility has “evolved from a nice-to-have silo to a fundamental strategic priority for businesses large and small.”

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Independent Coworking Spaces Lead The Way In Charitable Giving Program

This article was originally written in collaboration with Jo Meunier and was featured in Allwork.Space

For workspaces that thrive on people-centric communities, their greatest asset is not necessarily space or amenities but the coming-together of members and the mutual thread of amity and support that connects them.

Therefore it’s perhaps not surprising that the goodwill of these spaces frequently extends to charitable giving projects beyond their own four walls.

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Opening The Doors To Opportunity Through Workspace Giving

This article was originally written in collaboration with Cecilia Amador and was featured in Allwork.Space

Lack of interest and the will to do things isn’t what keeps some people and communities from developing and advancing. Oftentimes, it’s lack of opportunity, lack of resources, and lack of knowledge.

The workspace-as-a-service industry is in a unique position to help communities, individuals, and organizations succeed. Most workspace operators have a strong and close tie to their local communities, and they have the resources that many organizations are lacking or don’t have access to in order to succeed.

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