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Urban Community Farm Veggielution Takes Root in Silicon Valley

Urban Community Farm Veggielution Takes Root in Silicon Valley

Veggielution isn’t your average farm. Sure, crops are grown, tended and harvested; you’ll find people working in the fields and stallholders selling fresh vegetables to customers.

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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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Two More Coworking Spaces Join All Good Work Foundation

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

Feature image The Farm Coworking, Style Me Pretty Event. Grabbed from The Farm Coworking Facebook Page. 

The flexible workspace industry is no stranger to charity work, which is clearly evident in the ongoing expansion of the All Good Work foundation. Its most recent Hosts include Cohere Coworking in Fort Collins, Colorado, and The Farm Coworking in SoHo, New York City, which are now both ready to welcome their first nonprofit Residents.

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Embracing ‘Ohana’ And Community: Colorado Workspace Joins All Good Work Foundation

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

Office Evolution Adds Seven Colorado Locations to All Good Work Foundation. 

“Office Evolution is a big believer in community and Ohana – a Hawaiian word for family.”

So says Jane McPherson, VP of Marketing at Office Evolution, one of North America’s fastest-growing flexible workspace brands.

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Workspace Donation Program Makes “A World Of Difference” For Style Saves Charity

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

In April 2014, Quest Workspaces welcomed a new client to their Miami offices at 777 Brickell Avenue. However, this wasn’t any ordinary serviced workspace arrangement.

The client in question was Style Saves, a non-profit organization that accepted the offer of donated office space through Quest Workspaces’ program, Quest Cares. Style Saves is a registered charity founded by fashion stylist Rachael Russell, which aims to empower under-privileged students in Miami, Florida, by providing them with school uniforms, supplies, equipment and prescription eyewear to support their journey through education.

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All Good Work: Opening Doors and Minds to a Brighter Future

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

Every flexible workspace has a natural churn as clients come and go, especially in the early days of setting up a new business center. But rather than preserving empty offices like showrooms, what if spare workspace could be put to greater use?

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