As per Conscious Capitalism, Inc., the PURPOSE of chapters is to elevate humanity by advancing the understanding and practice of Conscious Capitalism Practices in their community.
CCROC’s MISSION: To be students and teachers practicing Conscious Capitalism believing its principles empower and advance human happiness.
CCROC’s VALUES: Leading by Example, Continuous Learning, Trust, Making a Difference and Shared Vision
CCROC’s VISION: Conscious Leadership transforms our community’s business culture increasing happiness and growth.
Generally we meet the 3rd Tuesday of every month from 4 – 5:30 pm or 5:30 – 7:00 pm at Nazareth College, Shults Building, Room 1924, up the stairs next to the information booth unless indicated otherwise below. We often have our meetings @ Conscious Businesses around our community
Happy New Year, join us in January!
January meeting: 1/17 at 5:30 pm – Amy Ventura of Kiva Rochester @ The Gluten Free chef blog Kitchen – 50 W. Main Street
Note the new location and later start time! We’ll be meeting at 540 W Main, where Calvin Eaton of the Gluten Free Chef Blog will tell us a bit about his experience as one of the early Kiva Rochester success stories before we hear from Amy Ventura on the Kiva program as a whole. We’ve also taken your feedback and will be experimenting with a later start time (5:30pm rather than 4pm) to accommodate more schedules. Hope you can join us in the New Year!
Kiva is an international crowdfunding nonprofit that started much of its work in impoverished countries but has recently built a presence in the US. They offer no fee, interest free loans to local entrepreneurs by aggregating small loans from other members of the community. The Mayors Office was able to bring Kiva to town by offering a $100,000 grant to match loans made by community members dollar for dollar up to $5,000 per loan.
Amy Ventura from the Mayor’s Office was instrumental in bringing Kiva to Rochester and will join us in January to talk about some of the early wins from the Kiva program and ways that community members can support the projects. More info and RSVP here.
Want to join the movement?
Guests can check out a meeting or two before deciding whether to join Conscious Capitalism ROC. Or, if you’re ready to join, you can get more info on membership benefits and levels here.
The Greater Rochester Chapter of Conscious Capitalism, founded in March 2013, is a member in good standing of Conscious Capitalism, Inc, a not for profit organization that is dedicated to advancing the theory and practice of Conscious Capitalism. The official launching of US and International Chapters began in 2013 to respond to the increasing demand for information, guidance, support and collaboration from individuals and organizations throughout the world.
For more information contact co-chairs Tom Brady (585-330-6346; email@example.com) or Andrew Brady (585-269-4948; firstname.lastname@example.org)
To join the Greater Rochester Chapter of Conscious Capitalism, CCROC, sign up through Meetup @ www.meetup.com/Greater-Rochester-Chapter-of-Conscious-Capitalism
Our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ConsciousCapitalismROC
Our LinkedIn Page: Conscious Capitalism ROC – LinkedIn
Information regarding the national organization, Conscious Capitalism, Inc. can be found on their website: http://www.consciouscapitalism.org. Please note: Joining CC @ the National Level does not qualify you for local membership.