Founder’s Legacy Continues Through Scholarships for UPS Employees’ Children

Volunteering with the Special Olympics has given Shelby Leonard of Fort Myers, Florida, a glimpse into her future. The Florida SouthWestern State College student hopes to become a pediatric nurse “to help all types of children, especially those with special needs,” she says. Shelby recently wrote a thank-you letter to the Board of Directors of the Johnson Scholarship Foundation for awarding her a scholarship to … Continue reading Founder’s Legacy Continues Through Scholarships for UPS Employees’ Children

Leading by Example: The Five Conditions of Collective Impact

Collective Impact initiatives are difficult to describe until they begin to crystallize into action, require an immense amount of consideration, intention and thoughtfulness and can feel frustratingly slow at times. So why on earth would a group of stakeholders, usually organizations and communities already heavily taxed with work, take on this messy process? Perhaps the answer is because we all have learned that working independently … Continue reading Leading by Example: The Five Conditions of Collective Impact

3 Things I’ve Learned From the Seven Generation Money Management Game

We all know that games can be fun, even educational. But what about life changing? Seven Generation Money Management (7G MM) developed by the Center for American Indian Economic Development at Northern Arizona University with support from the Johnson Scholarship Foundation is a hands-on financial literacy game targeted toward Native American youth to increase their money management skills and to give them a basic understanding … Continue reading 3 Things I’ve Learned From the Seven Generation Money Management Game