Businesses Doing Good
Today businesses are going beyond “sustainability” which reduces the ecological footprint, to “doing good” in the communities where they are based and in places where they offer their products or services. This is a movement toward flourishing businesses and communities.
Transformed Lives Transforming Communities
By Glenn Barth
The point of view expressed throughout this book is that cities are powerful shapers of culture. Because of this, people of faith and people of good will can work together to improve peoples’ lives and exert a positive influence on the direction of cultural change…
We partner with organizations in the following cities to help them make their cities better places to live and work. Click on the pins below to visit the web sites of the organizations or click the button at the bottom to see a list with web links.
Los Angeles, CA
Saint Paul, MN
New York, NY
Oklahoma City, OK
State College, PA
Fort Worth, TX
Recent Blog Articles
GoodCities is pleased to welcome Reggie McNeal as City Coach. He joins Glenn Barth who continues to serve as President. Through GoodCities, Reggie and Glenn offer leadership development through the City Impact Accelerator, City Convene, and City Coach. To welcome...read more
(Third in the series on 30 Actions and Ideas that Create Good Cities) In 1975 I was considering a position with Young Life in the Pittsburgh area. All potential staff met with Reid Carpenter (pictured below), the Young Life Regional Director. Reid began that day with...read more
(Second in the series on 30 Actions and Ideas that Create Good Cities) Earlier this month I attended a breakfast that honored the Resourcefullness Award winners hosted by the accounting and consulting firm, Eide Bailly. Jill Kohler, Development Director for the...read more