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GOOD Local: Coming Soon to Your City

February 28, 2013

We’re incredibly excited by the overwhelming interest in GOOD Local. In the past few months, more than 1,100 applications have poured in from all around the world.  Members of the GOOD community from over 400 cities have raised their hand to start GOOD Local in their community.  Thank you for your energy and enthusiasm. 
We currently have nine active GOOD Local chapters in Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Hong KongLos Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Toronto, and Washington D.C. Follow these chapters on their hubs to stay posted on the latest happenings in each city. 

We're still accepting applications on a rolling basis and will be inviting select applicants to join their GOOD Local chapter team throughout the year. You can learn more about becoming a GOOD Local Chapter leader here.

Many of you have written in asking us how you can stay posted on GOOD Local developments in your city. Sign up here to be notified when GOOD Local launches in your city.
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