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On Wednesday, April 26, the “new” Generocity hit its six-month mark.
When Generocity was adopted by local publisher and events organization Technically Media last fall, we told the social impact community in Philadelphia to expect some changes. This half-year has included the hiring of a new editor (me) and lead reporter (Tony Abraham), a tightening of mission, a new logo and beautiful website, a launch of our monthly meetup events and our first big jobs and engagement fair. February was this site’s best-read month ever — including more than five years of history.
But we want to know how our readers (you) think we’re doing.
Here’s your chance to tell us what you love about the changes, or where you think we could use some improvement. Not seeing enough coverage about a topic you care about? Let us know. Think the community would benefit from a certain type of event? Write it down. Tell us what’s working, yes, but also tell us how we can be better. We’ll take a look at the responses to shape our style and coverage.
We’ll pick one random respondent to win a $50 Amazon gift card in a few weeks.
Plus, this week, we’re finally moving into our brand-new space on the 12th floor of the Curtis Center on Washington Square Park. Want to come check it out while learning best practices of collaboration from local impact leaders? You’re invited to our officewarming party slash May #ImpSolPHL meetup. RSVP here.-30-
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