Read about the CPS's goals for the new year and what you can do to help.
As the year comes to a close, I want to wish you and your loved ones a happy and healthy 2012. I also want to give special thanks to each of you who have supported our work, and, especially if you have not yet done so, invite you to make a year-end tax deductible donation.
Our ailing world economies are front page news. But how we can move to a more caring and equitable economy is not. CPS' Caring Economy Campaign is working hard to change this in order to achieve a more prosperous, sustainable, and caring world for us all.
2011 has been a year of cutting edge achievements for CPS - and we are set to do much more in 2012. But we need you to join with us.
Your donation will go directly to our groundbreaking and growing programs:
· Social Wealth Indicators - working with the Urban Institute and other key partners to measure the real wealth of nations - our people
· ACE - the Alliance for a Caring Economy, launching its new coalition website in January, a huge step in our movement building
· Caring Economy Leadership Program - offering popular online training webinars around the globe
· SAIV - the Spiritual Alliance to Stop Intimate Violence mobilizing spiritual leaders worldwide to end violence against women and children
To ensure that each of our programs reaches its greatest potential, the Caring Economy Campaign has developed a team of dedicated individuals, including Kimberly Otis, Director of the CEC, Sara Saltee, who leads the training programs to wide acclaim, Rene Redwood who is engaging diverse communities as coalition partners, Shireen Mitchell, who is leading our social media outreach through Facebook, Twitter and our blog, not to mention Dr. Susan Carter, Dr. Mary Kirk, Amy Kubista, Sharon Rose, and other talented team professionals.
Please partner with me and our outstanding team members by joining with us through your most generous possible donation!
I thank you in advance, and on behalf of our CPS Board and team, and again wish all the best for 2012!
Center for Partnership Studies