Community Service Idea Bank

Businesses are vital members of communities for more reasons than just providing employment opportunities.  Serving your community is good policy because it results in a better place to live and work for the company, your employees and the people who live around you. Feel free to print this guide as inspiration for company wide community initiatives or give copies to your employees to help start a wave of community support.

“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.”
― Aesop

In the Community

Methods in Motion is as passionate about supporting these great organizations as it is about coaching people to achieve excellence in their sales professions. Please find out about these worthy causes and programs by clicking on their respective tabs.

North Cobb Christian School

Methods in Motion volunteers at this local school, leading chapel for middle school students, discussing business, faith and making good decisions early in life.

Kennesaw State University – Center for Professional Selling

Methods in Motion volunteers each semester, teaching advanced sales students about phone objection handling. Marisa is also involved in mentoring recent graduates of the program as they establish their sales careers.

Kennesaw Business Association

Methods in Motion is an active member of the Kennesaw Business Association. Marisa Pensa and Stacia Skinner (president of sister-company Creative Training Solutions) are leading KBA’s featured training event in 2020 called KBA University. This is a service to members and all proceeds benefit the Kennesaw State University Center for Professional Selling.

City of Hope

A world leader in the research and treatment of cancel, diabetes and other serious diseases. Methods in Motion is happy to support COH along with the business products industry and their contribution to this great organization.

Mostly Mutts

The state of Georgia has one of the highest numbers of euthenizations and Mostly Mutts is a no-kill shelter providing foster homes, shelter volunteers and life-saving surgeries to mostly “mutts.” Occasionally there will be cats or other critters but primarily these are dogs. Once an animal enters the MM program, every volunteer is committed to their care until a “forever home” is found. ​