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Please Tell a Friend about EED
March 15, 2021
Great opportunities to help others seldom come, but small ones surround us every day.
-Sally Koch

Dear Dimensions Community,

Over the past year, survey responses from all of you show a great need for free resources that can help alleviate some of the financial and emotional demands you face. We’ve added the free weekly resource email (sign up here if you haven’t already), and we work hard to provide a variety of relevant topics in ExchangeEveryDay.

We need your help to let more people know that ExchangeEveryDay (EED), and the weekly resource email, are free to anyone who could benefit. I talked recently with three people who didn’t realize they could sign up for free: a college professor, a home child care provider, and a center director.

So I’m hoping you’ll help us spread the word about our free resources. EED is truly a labor of love with the goal of providing information, inspiration and encouragement to anyone who cares for and about children. Here is what one reader sent us about EED:

“Can I just say ‘thank you!’ for your thoughtful posts - they are relevant, easy to read, engaging and lift me up!! I like reading about current events and how they impact children AND how we can help!”

Please forward this email to friends and colleagues you think could benefit. To make it easy, here’s the link they can use to sign up for EED: ExchangePress.com/communications

In a recent conversation with Exchange magazine Editor-in-Chief Sara Gilliam and Education Specialist Kirsten Haugen, they reminded me that our work is about trying to live out the Ram Das quote: “We’re all just walking each other home.”

In gratitude,
Nancy Rosenow, Exchange Publisher, on behalf of our entire team

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