Caring Economy event set for Saturday


The Caring Citizens’ Congress logo is made up of a combination of the Empathy Surplus Project logo and the international logo of human rights.

The Caring Citizens’ Congress logo is made up of a combination of the Empathy Surplus Project logo and the international logo of human rights.


WILMINGTON — The fourth Caring Economy Testimonial Fair is set for Saturday, Sept. 22 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Wilmington City Hall.

The Saturday scheduling corresponds with the celebration of the U.N. International Day of Peace by 100 organizations in the Miami Valley, which includes the Dayton Rotary Club.

The Caring Economy Testimonial Fair is a non-partisan, four-hour public event for caring citizens to network with other caring citizens.

Participants share their answers to the following questions in the context of celebrating the U.N.’s International Day of Peace.

What are you most proud of that helped the most people outside of your immediate family? Think about it. How could you get better at your particular passion that benefits the well-being of others? Would partnering strengthen your efforts?

The Broad Prosperity Working Group of the First Caring Citizens’ Congress, Wilmington, are the organizers of the event.

Co-hosts include the Dawn of Healing, Empathy Surplus Project, and Linndale Equipment.

The Empathy Surplus Project (ESP) seeks to build trust among caring citizens for effective government.

The Caring Citizens’ Congress logo is made up of a combination of the Empathy Surplus Project logo and the international logo of human rights.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/09/web1_surplus_logo.jpgThe Caring Citizens’ Congress logo is made up of a combination of the Empathy Surplus Project logo and the international logo of human rights.