How Does it Work?
New groups and gatherings are formed around interests, life stages, and affinity on an ongoing basis. The first step is getting in touch with us (using the form below), and then we’ll work with your schedule to grab a cup of coffee so we can learn more about you and you can learn more about us. From there we’ll invite you to an upcoming dinner, happy hour, or other gathering with folks we think you’d enjoy meeting. This might be with those who are looking to be happier in their jobs, looking to explore faith and spirituality, looking for support and community with other parents, or others who are just looking to make new friends.
During each gathering participants might use their collective experience and wisdom to tackle personal or professional challenges, read and discuss a book together, or simply have a time of sharing, laughing together, and supporting one another. From time to time guest presenters and experts might attend, depending on the needs and goals of the group.
Here are some examples of current and past gatherings:
Discover Happiness at Work
Each week participants use their collective wisdom to offer each group member advice, tips, tricks, and support related to their jobs and careers. This group is currently reading and discussing the book When to Jump: If the job you have isn’t the life you want.
Dinner Party With a Purpose
We gather small groups of folks from different backgrounds and perspectives to have dinner together and learn from each other. But it doesn’t stop there. Groups meet a second time to plan a project to do good work in the community. This might be volunteering for a day with a local non-profit, collecting and distributing resources for those in need, or any sort of community benefit project the group can think of. Once the project is completed, group members decide together if they’d like to have future gatherings.
Moms Support Group
Mothers with young children come together each week for coffee, sharing, and supporting one another.
We bring a bunch of good dudes together to meet each other, hang out, and encourage each other.
Who Can Participate?
The Good Work community is open to everyone regardless of religious or political affiliation or lack thereof. We only ask that everyone practice the Golden Rule: treat others the way you would like to be treated.