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Friday, November 5, 2010

Penny For Your Thoughts

Thank you Project PennyLane for sharing your message of mindful awareness at the wonderful event last night.

Project PennyLane raises funds to conduct Mindful Awareness educational programs for children, administered by non-profit organizations.

You can find out more about the jewelry and gift collections by visiting Studio PennyLane.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Altruette at Good Works Space October 28th!

Altruette joins Good Works Space to launch their new line of philanthropic charms. The proceeds from each charm go to benefit one of Altruette's 20+ cause partners with causes ranging from ending poverty, helping communities in need, and improving and saving lives nationally and globally.

The event is from 6:00 to 8:00 the evening of October 28th.

We hope to see you there!

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Friday, October 15, 2010

Thank you Go Campaign!

We couldn't have asked for a better evening for raising awareness and funds. Thank you Go Campaign for a wonderful night! The room was bustling with guests who came out to support the cause. Everyone loved the unique interactive installation, watching the mural change every time a poster was taken. Proceeds from the sale of hand woven Rwandan Peace Baskets went to benefit survivors of the genocide to support their families. Amazing music was provided by Daye Smith.

Go Campaign is an organization dedicated to improving the lives of children globally. 100% of all public donations go to programs serving children. Since 2008, Go has funded over 35 projects in 15 countries.

Thursday, October 7, 2010


In addition t0 the new Go Campaign installation we are pleased to be hosting the MAKE A RIPPLE installation as well! Make A Ripple is a collaboration between Safe Water Today, CSAfrica, and Good Works Space in an effort to send water filtration systems to Africa.

Monday, September 27, 2010

Thank you Katherine!

Here at Good Works Space we are thrilled by the turnout for Katherine Schwarzenegger's booksigning for her new book "Rock What You've Got." In the book, Ms. Schwarzenegger shares her own experiences as a 'tween and teen to help girls and young women develop a healthy body image and self-esteem. Katherine is a junior at USC, and over the years has confidently made the transition to finding and instructing other girls on how to embrace their inner and outer beauty.

Also at the event were Vida bags (Vida, meaning life) created in 2009 by Katherine Schwarzenegger to benefit the ending of maternal mortality, both nationally and globally.

"ROCK WHAT YOU’VE GOT is an honest and open portrait of female body image in America. Growing up will always be a challenge, but with help from Katherine, young women can learn to internalize this all-important message: “We can only gain true happiness by loving ourselves, our inner and outer beauty, for all that we are and even for those things that we are not—or as I have defined it, learning to ROCK WHAT YOU’VE GOT!”

We'd also like to thank Fritto Misto for wonderful hors d'oeuvres and O.N.E. for supplying the guests with a refreshing selection of natural coconut and spring water.