How to Get Involved
Help make Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, and Southeast Indiana a community of character!
Without individual commitments, partner organizations, donors, and committed media, the Character Council’s mission might go unfulfilled.
The introduction of good character qualities into the lives of your business associates, your fellow community members — everybody — helps to create a community of pride, of caring, and of citizenship. By joining the efforts of the Character Council you’ll be part of making Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, and Southeast Indiana a better place for all of us.
Here are ways you can help build a Community of Character
Create a personal focus of character by studying and practicing the Character Quality of the Month and sharing it with others.
- Promote the Character Quality of the Month at your workplace
- Forward free emails to staff
- Discuss the word and its impact on your organization in staff meetings
- Promote the word to the public through your signage, website, and newsletters.
- Utilize the free monthly Education, Community, or Faith Bulletins to help children grow in good character.
- Volunteer to serve on a Character Council Committee. (More information below.)
- Sponsor a “Success through Integrity” character discovery workshop at your organization
- Integrate character into the culture of your organization through the Business, School, or Faith Organization of Character process.
- Make a financial contribution to expand the work of the Character Council.
Southeast Indiana Community of Character Committee
This committee meets monthly and determines the best ways to serve Southeast Indiana in its commitment to being a Community of Character.
West Chester Community of Character Committee
This committee meets monthly and determines the best ways to serve West Chester in its commitment to being a Community of Character.
Start a Community of Character Committee
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This committee meets quarterly and to discuss strategies and plan marketing for the Character Council’s message of good character.
This committee meets every other month to discuss strategies for implementing Character Education Programs in schools. This committee also serves as the evaluating body for the State School of Character (SSOC) and National School of Character (NSOC) Awards as presented by Character.org.
This committee meets quarterly and to discuss the implementation of the Character Council’s message of good character in faith communities as a way to better serve their members and deepen their respective faith.
This committee meets as needed around fundraising events and initiatives that help to further the Character Council’s mission.