Happy Monday! To get you psyched for the week ahead, here is your weekly roundup of service and social justice-related posts from around the web.
- The Huffington Post shared the popular story about nine do-gooding grandmas in Tennessee who kept their business of baking-for-good a secret for 30 years.
- AJWS, one of Repair the World’s grantee-partner organizations, published a press release about their trip to the White House (along with other great Jewish orgs) to deliver 18,000 signatures in support of increasing the food justice focus of the US Farm Bill.
- HandsOn Blog offered several different ways to turn your pile or shelves of extra books into an opportunity for service.
- The Strategy for Sustainability shared the story of eco-entrepreneurs Adam Werbach and Andrew Bryson’s trip to India, and the lessons they learned from Indian businesses about corporate responsibility.
- GOOD ends things with a great (and surprising) tip for getting that creative spark you need – for volunteering, or anything: taking a shower.