All posts by Max Martinson

I'm a writer from Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Passionate about people, music, and words.

Let’s #RootForTheFuture: Rebuilding Forests One Rental at a Time

Happy Earth Day! In honor of this special day, we’re excited to share with you the story of one particular...

/ April 22, 2019

Notre Dame Cathedral in Flames: What You Can Do to Help

The Notre Dame Cathedral, an iconic historical landmark in Paris, has experienced extensive damage as the result a fire that...

/ April 15, 2019

International Women’s Day: Better the Balance, Better the World

International Women’s Day comes around every year on March 8th, and serves as a celebration of the progress and achievements...

/ March 8, 2019

The Great Retail Bifurcation: Giving to Stay Alive

It’s been clear for a few years that the middle class is shrinking in the United States. Those who fall...

/ February 28, 2019

Helping Local Teachers: Ways to Improve the Lives of Your Educators

You may have heard a little about the recent teacher strikes in Los Angeles. The group, United Teachers Los Angeles...

/ February 26, 2019

World Day of Social Justice: Companies Who Lead the Way

Social justice is an expansive term. It covers the rights of people across nationalities, genders, religions, abilities, and ethnicities. When...

/ February 20, 2019

President’s Day: Highlighting Support for Nonprofits

February 18th marks another President’s Day, which is celebrated on the third Monday in February each year.  Officially originated and often...

/ February 18, 2019

Making it Look Easy: How Illumindol Gives Back

Giving back is always a great idea, but it can be hard to put the rubber to the road. Or,...

/ February 8, 2019

Celebrating Black History Month 2019

Black History Month has gone through a long transformation to get where it is today. The first murmurings of an...

/ February 6, 2019

Give Support on National Freedom Day: The Father of Black History Month

Richard Robert Wright Sr. was a pioneering African American leader who carved paths in higher education, politics, finance, and culture....

/ February 3, 2019