Center Sphere Emphasizing Philanthropic Impact with New Strategic Best Practices
Center Sphere (www.CenterSphere.com) has always encouraged their members and chapters to support local nonprofits in their communities, but the organization recently took that a step further by incorporating new strategic best practices into their chapter structures. In January, Center Sphere chapters were asked to come together and select a common philanthropic cause that is deeply rooted in the community and be involved with it on a consistent basis. The idea spread like wildfire and the organization is excited for the local impact these members are set to make.
“Doing good together is incredibly powerful,” said Center Sphere’s Director of National Growth Ben LeGrow. “Creating an impact on a local level binds our membership together in a way that simple business transactions just can’t replicate. We are excited members are getting behind this movement and can’t wait to see how it influences our communities.”
Center Sphere recommends that their members get involved in these philanthropic missions in a variety of ways, including physical service opportunities, donations, and services that involve their friends and families.
Center Sphere is an established network of business professionals whose mission is to share referrals, ideas, and resources through genuine relationships. The Omaha Network is currently made up of nearly 50 chapters that have access to members nationwide. For more information about Center Sphere or to inquire about attending a complimentary meeting or event, visit www.CenterSphere.com or connect with Omaha Market President Martina Niemeyer at Martina@CenterSphere.com or (402) 536-0289.