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Last July we launched Generocity’s editorial calendar — a themed series featuring monthly topics relevant to the Philly social impact community.
The idea was to give ourselves an opportunity to dive deeper journalistically into something our community cares about. In its first six months, we did just that, with themes such as “leaders of color,” “democracy,” “fundraising” and “homelessness.”
Continuing that trend, in each of the next 12 months, we’ll bring you a few articles focused on the theme of that month. To inspire public brainstorming (and to keep ourselves accountable by putting it out there), here’s our 2017 editorial calendar:
- JANUARY — Reentry
- FEBRUARY — Corporate social responsibility
- MARCH — Women in leadership
- APRIL — Activism
- MAY — Workforce development
- JUNE — Immigration
- JULY — Leaders of color
- AUGUST — Technology
- SEPTEMBER — Education
- OCTOBER — Aging
- NOVEMBER — Fundraising
- DECEMBER — Food security
Have an idea for a story? Know someone working in one of these spaces who deserves to be profiled? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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