COVID-19 Transmission of Thanks Featured on Global Stage
We are thrilled to have Operation #TransmitThanks mentioned on Thomson Reuters by the Thomson Reuters Foundation and on TODAY Online.
Article Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-health-business/with-ai-learning-and-recycled-soap-social-businesses-step-in-as-coronavirus-spreads-idUSKCN20L2IA
While many may grapple with the fear of human-to-human transmission of the virus that causes COVID-19 worldwide, we have endeavoured to encourage the human-to-human transmission of a different kind; of positive vibes and of gratitude to all the unsung heroes, of our community’s battle against the virus (see https://TransmitThanks.emmaus.sg).
And as we read from the article of how social enterprises, regardless of their locality, are rising up to respond to the COVID-19 crisis in their own ways, we are also encouraged by the common human spirit to serve humanity. Be it distributing soap to cleaners on the streets or making education accessible to students using artificial intelligence, we can all do our little bit to contribute to the success of our global community’s fight against COVID-19.
Say thank you to an unsung hero with one of our uniquely Singapore ecards at https://TransmitThanks.emmaus.sg. Or want to be part of the action of a gratitude activity to celebrate our unsung hero? Check out our directory of gratitude activities happening across the island that we collated (as part of Operation Transmit Thanks) at http://tiny.cc/tt-ideas.
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James is the Lead Thrive-Synergist & Founder of Emmaus Strategies; a social enterprise that “fuels good”. It does this through Mental Well-Being programmes for individuals and organizations, as well as Strategic Volunteer Partnerships consultancy and training for non-profits.