Community impact series kickoff – Leaving a legacy


Community involvement and volunteerism are hugely important to me. I’ve descended from a long line of individuals who have planted deep roots in their communities and positively impacted the people around them. I am so thankful for this rich heritage and feel called to do the same. This is what we’re put on the earth to do – serve others and make the world a better place.

I believe we all want to lighten the burdens of those around us. We want our communities to thrive and we want to leave the world in a happier shape than we found it.

Neither you nor I can do it all, but each one of us can do a little to improve the world around us. When every one of us assumes responsibility for one piece of the puzzle…the impact is significant.

And that is my hope:

– To enlighten you with some of the pressing needs in your own backyard or perhaps even on the other side of the nation or the globe.
– To show you some simple, direct ways you can get involved and make a difference.
– To share stories of hope and impact as we build lasting legacies throughout our communities together.

I can’t think of a better way to kick off this community impact series than by highlighting my family’s involvement in the birth of our nation as we celebrate Independence Day this Friday. I will be paying tribute to my great-great-great-great grandfather, who was a private in the Virginia Line during the Revolutionary War. It’s an honor to be a Daughter of the American Revolution and I look forward to sharing more about this great organization and showing how we are leaving a legacy here in Middle Tennessee and beyond.

How are you leaving a legacy? I would love to hear what causes and/or organizations are important to you and why. Another reader may have an interest in getting involved. 


About Krista Farmer

Krista shows people how to use social media and technology to create sustainable residual income from home. Click here to learn more about how you can earn extra income online by following her simple system.

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