This month, as many of us are taking time to give thanks for what we have, we can also seek ways to help others. Small acts often lead to big impact, and giving is a simple act that many of us can do. Whether it’s donating items you no longer need, volunteering your time, or sharing your knowledge and expertise with someone else, each of us has something useful to offer.
In this issue of Taking on Tomorrow, we share inspiring ideas on giving back. Learn about makana you can gift to others from local entrepreneurs and innovators who are paying it forward through their offerings. See how you can support organizations that are making life better for others. Read about one Fellow’s experience of giving back through a technology nonprofit that empowers our next generation. We also check in on our latest cohort as they begin their Omidyar Fellows journey.
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Forest Frizzell, Cohort I, gives back through serving as a board member of Purple Maiʻa, a technology education nonprofit working to educate and empower the next generation of culturally grounded, community-serving technology makers and problem solvers.