8 Weeks of Giving: Call Someone and Express Appreciation For Them

Posted on November 30, 2021 by Sandy Dubay and filed under 8 Weeks of Giving, Economic Development, Giving Back, Inspiration, Relationship Building, Team Building.

Welcome back to 8 Weeks of Giving! This year, we’re dedicating our series to activities that can support mental health, directly or indirectly. During COVID and the holidays, mental health struggles can be a challenge for so many. Our goal is to do small acts of kindness each week to lift up those around us …

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8 Weeks of Giving: Surprising Co-Workers With Home-Baked Goods

Posted on November 23, 2021 by Sandy Dubay and filed under 8 Weeks of Giving, Economic Development, Giving Back, Inspiration, Relationship Building, Team Building.

Welcome back to our 8 Weeks of Giving series, where we’re doing our part to spread positivity and kindness through simple acts of giving. Over the holidays and during COVID, many people struggle (often silently) with mental health. With social distancing and many group activities still being limited, it’s so important to find ways to …

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8 Weeks of Giving: Buy a Cup of Coffee for Someone

Posted on November 16, 2021 by Sandy Dubay and filed under 8 Weeks of Giving, Economic Development, Giving Back, Inspiration, Social Media.

Welcome back to 8 Weeks of Giving! Over 8 weeks, the Platinum PR team is finding creative ways to give, and we’re dedicating these 8 weeks to activities that support mental health. During COVID and the holidays, mental health struggles can be a challenge for so many. It’s our hope that we can do our …

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Mental health support tips for your team

Posted on June 24, 2020 by Sandy Dubay and filed under Business Development, Team Building.

We’re all aware of the physical health risks of COVID, as well as the economic impact. What isn’t talked about so much is the challenges to mental health at this time, such as: Isolation with little to no social contact Fear and overwhelm about our current world situation Oversaturation of media and social media Unknown …

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