All posts by Max Martinson

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

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...

/ February 3, 2019

World Religion Day: Supporting Harmony Among Religious Groups

Every year, the third Sunday in January marks World Religion Day. The event was conceived in the United States back...

/ January 29, 2019

How You Can Make a Difference: First Ever UN International Day of Education

Article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights calls for “free and compulsory elementary education.” That idea was taken...

/ January 24, 2019

What to Expect from Charitable Giving in 2019

There are some changes happening in the way people donate and how our country’s laws affect those donations. We’re going...

/ January 22, 2019

The Science of Giving Back: Good Business Depends On It

What comes around goes around. You get what you give. “The love you take is equal to the love you...

/ January 5, 2019

What You Can Do to Support the First-Ever World Braille Day

Many establishments neglect the needs of the blind and visually impaired. While it’s an unfortunate fact, it holds that many...

/ January 4, 2019