Find out how the Commitment 2030 Fund disburses our investment. Why FeelGood prefers the term partnership over charity. Get a more in-depth introduction to the Commitment 2030 Fund The most basic questions about FeelGood, answered.
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This activity can act as a starting point for your chapter to host a discussion on the priorities of your members and how that affects the priorities of your FeelGood chapter as a whole. As your chapter makes its presence known on campus, it is important to keep revisiting the successes and setbacks your chapter faces. Here in FeelGood we believe that every individual has the power to have a meaningful impact on our world and that can start with a simple conversation. FeelGood isn’t just one story. Students across North America have made this movement unique, incorporating their own outlook to inspire others to gain a revolutionary outlook on the end to world poverty.
So we are motivated and equipped to be effective changemakers—with the awareness, skills, experiences, connections, and tools we need.
So we can become effective advocates for the most critical challenges of our time.
So we can look good while doing good. Find branded banners, logos, fonts and more.
So we can harness the power of online technology to connect, share, log and track our actions, and access our chapter’s investment capital.
Social Enterprise Resources
How to build a volunteer staff and manage deli equipment needs.
How to create strategic marketing and promotions campaigns, using social media and more.
How to create a local, organic and delicious menu.
How to establish transparent financial practices to build credibility and trust.
How to turn a deli into a high-performance, poverty-ending enterprise.
How to turn a sandwich into a conversation that matters.
How to set up and run the optimum deli model.
How to put on the best events ever—from 5K's, to concerts, to dance-a-thons and more.
Resources for chapter leaders
What it means to be a FeelGood chapter.
To engage in an honest and open conversation where people feel both supported and affirmed in what they’re bringing to the team.
The five leadership positions essential to running a successful chapter and deli.
How to pass the baton for a lasting campus legacy.
Examples and guidelines for creating a chapter constitution.
What to look for and how to find a chapter advisor.
Creating agreements for how you will relate to and work with each other is essential to building a strong and effective team.
Retreats are an excellent way to regroup as a team from the previous year and look ahead for what’s to come, so here's some help on making one happen.