pay it forward

Smile at a stranger. Hold open a door for the person behind you. Volunteer your time at a fundraising event. Buy someone’s coffee today.

Save A Life

It’s amazing how easily you can make someone’s day. It doesn’t have to cost a lot or even take a lot of time. Just be aware of what’s going on around you, and opportunities will pop up left and right for you to make an impact on the world. Even the smallest things can make a big difference.

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believes in the power of the Pay It Forward movement. We want to go beyond helping companies, brands and individuals with their marketing, personal brand and writing services, and help make the world a better place.

Here are just a few of the ways that we pay it forward at CCC…


Pay It Forward **In The News**

How have you made the world a better place today?

We’d love to hear how you pay it forward in your community, country or around the world. Remember, you can make a difference.

For additional information on the global Pay It Forward movement, please visit

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