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Reap Goodness

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 1 person is interested
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Economic Parity, Food Systems, Earth Health

This Reap Goodness volunteer will interact with existing volunteers to organize content on our website to engage the public more fully in our ground breaking work. New announcements need quality writers to work in a consistent style with each other for the upcoming trials of a new system for healing Planet Earth.

These announcements may accompany pictures of generic origin and then new photos, video clips and graphics as our work soon becomes a physical reality. Our plans are what need to be explained and this opportunity will garner much needed attention to educate the public about our work.

Full credit will be given to authors and any visuals creators. Our volunteers are cherished and we especially wish to connect all volunteer work with the public on LinkedIn as well to serve professional needs if desired.

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About Reap Goodness



Mission Statement

Reap Goodness is an Arizona nonprofit 501(c)(3) with legal status as of 2009. Reap Goodness’ mission is to elevate humanity to new heights of prosperity via training for self-sufficiency for the poor and those with wealthier means. We choose to do this via e-books, virtual reality, classroom and live video conference training technologies.


Our purpose is to create training texts for people around the world to take charge of their portion of the world together in trios of worker owned cooperatives. These cooperatives will have three parts:

  1. Rain capture from swales building to store vast amounts of water inside sloping land, and from roofs.
  2. Creation of food forests for new and beneficial permanent plants that need no plowing each season.
  3. Development of clean waters on the surface from roof rain capture to cisterns underground, water ponds and rivers cleansing of pollutants, and forging water and food resources for wild animals.

The sustenance of these worker owned cooperatives will be in the form of local food sales and sharing of services and materials and more with local people as evidence of the newly formed sharing economies.



We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.


  • Public Relations
  • Graphic Design / Print
  • Journalism
  • Copy Writing / Copy Editing
  • Social Media / Blogging


  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Must be at least 18
  • 3-5 hours per week or more if willing.
  • A keen sense of equality in working with others plus demonstrated writing skills with examples.

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