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Heads up: Generocity is on spring break for just this week and will be back to a regular publishing schedule on Monday, April 9.
We’re doing this to give ourselves some time to brainstorm for better, smarter coverage of Philly’s social impact community — but, let’s be real, to recharge, too.
It’s not all fun in the sun, though. Here’s your homework while we’re away:
- Consider membership — We launched membership in January and have been so heartened by readers’ response and their willingness to contribute $10 a month to support this niche local news site. Miss us terribly? Itching to be included in Member Spotlight? Now’s the time to join.
- Share your story ideas for accessibility month — Next up on the 2018 editorial calendar is April, when we’ll be devoting a chunk of stories to accessibility. What does that term mean to you? What does a truly accessible Philadelphia look like? Let us know.
- Tell us your big ideas for Generocity as a whole — Member events? A new story type? A totally new editorial focus? We’re listening. We love a good guest post from someone with a strong point of view.
As you await our return, be cheered by this exciting news: Ebonee Johnson is joining us as a new contributing reporter. Ebonee has been writing about social impact for us for the past few months and brings an awesome passion for topics such as criminal justice reform and leadership for young girls of color. Look for her name all over future emails.
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