We are so sparking thankful for you!
Thanksgiving is the month where the attitude of gratitude is emphasized. While we are grateful each and every day, we want to take this time to thank you for your support throughout this year. Many of you have been part of this journey from the beginning, which is quickly approaching 20 years in January. Others joined the ride somewhere along the way. No matter your when you started sparking we are glad you are here. We have learned so much from each of you and are so grateful for all the lessons learned. From the big wins to the epic failures, all have been a vehicle for progress, innovation and creativity, and has given us a reason to be grateful for each and every day. So thank you!
We are a couple months into the 50 weeks challenge and have found it to be quite rewarding not just for us and the recipients, but the participants. Thanks for the emails, personal messages, and for stopping me in the coffee shop to share you act of kindness story or giving back activity. Don’t forget you can also tag us using #sparking50in2020 #50SparkingWeeks so we can honor and celebrate how you are sparking kindness and encourage others to do the same. In February, we will begin the giving campaigns for our nonprofits. We hope you will continue to help us by spreading the word about these great organizations, as well as considering giving yourselves. What an amazing honor to have you all be part of this sparking fantastic 50th birthday celebration. The 40’s are definitely going out with a bang! So again: I thank you!
I also want to take a quick moment to thank my Spark Team! You all rock! Your daily pursuit to use your gifts and talents for good inspires me. I couldn’t do this without you. So please allow me to thank you!
We know we couldn’t do any of this without each of you. So thank you! We love sparking with you. On behalf of your Spark team, we would like to wish you and your a very happy holidays.
Your Epiphany Team Leader,
P.S. Walking Meetings. I will still go on walking meetings with you if it is not snowing, raining or sleeting and above 39 degrees. But I am a fair weather walking meeting person. I am not ashamed to admit it. 🙂