Who We Are
We work hard to make the world a kinder place for every generation.
Our mission is unique and deeply layered. We provide tools to both families and organizations to help them raise compassionate, engaged children. Our innovative activities, resources, and support help make empathy and "giving back" a natural part of life's early lessons.
Doing Good Together™ Staff and Volunteer Coordinators
Although we have limited resources, we accomplish an enormous amount of good work because our small staff puts their hearts into their work. We are also thankful to have a strong force of volunteers and supporters who believe in DGT™’s ideas for instilling compassion and caring into today’s children and teens.
Doing Good Together™ Board of Directors
We're thankful for the expertise and commitment of our Board of Directors. With their guidance, we are able to nurture and grow our organization so it reaches more families and serves as a valuable resource now and in the future.
We've consulted with a variety of organizations to create customized products, events, activities, and user guides.
This nurturing, parent-run preschool, with a strong ethic of family involvement, wanted to distinguish itself as a program focused on fostering kindness, empathy and service in children.
This respected organization boasted a solid base of volunteers, but it wanted to identify, formalize and enrich its family service options and provide tools to optimize the volunteer experience.
DARTS, a Twin Cities nonprofit that connects people (especially the elderly) to needed services, already offered wonderful family-friendly volunteer opportunities. However, the agency wanted to enrich those opportunities with customized materials specifically geared to families with children.
Organizing cross-cultural volunteer experiences around the world, Global Citizens Network wanted to expand its base by attracting families and making their service adventures uniquely kid-friendly and meaningful.
This premiere family destination in St. Paul not only wanted to entertain; it also understood the importance of inspiring caring and compassion in its young visitors. It was seeking fun, engaging activities with a “giving” component.