Social Media 4 Social Change

Social Media 4 Social Change

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Last night I volunteered for the first Social Media for Social Change event in Miami to benefit the Camillus House, a local non-profit which benefits the homeless. sm4sc.com was started in Boston by Gradon Trip. It is an online grassroots movement to harness online social media tools and host offline fundraising events.

  • littleriverhcedc

    Hey, Ms. Blanca.

    I am so happy to know that you are a positive roll model for our community. I am also a community economic development advocate and would appreciate if in the near future, you have information or an opportunity for a local volunteer to participate in one of the up comming events you support, please let me know. I would like to consider the opportunity and positive possiblities. I am in MIA and usually volunteer invarious community functions and workshops.

    Thank you, for your time and consideration.

  • Thank you. It is a good feeling to give back. Send me an email with your contact information, so we can stay in touch.

  • littleriverhcedc

    Hey, Ms. Blanca.

    I am so happy to know that you are a positive roll model for our community. I am also a community economic development advocate and would appreciate if in the near future, you have information or an opportunity for a local volunteer to participate in one of the up comming events you support, please let me know. I would like to consider the opportunity and positive possiblities. I am in MIA and usually volunteer invarious community functions and workshops.

    Thank you, for your time and consideration.

  • Thank you. It is a good feeling to give back. Send me an email with your contact information, so we can stay in touch.

  • Lorna Shuford

    Hi, Ms. Castella,

    Wow how time goes by, before we know it we our in the future. I would just like to say hi, and thank you for your response and invitation. I though so much about your response (four years ago) and wonder about our very existence currently. I would also like to inform you that since I corresponded with you, our organizations has done so many wonderful things in south Florida for mentor and provide families, people in transposition and members of the challenge community, the opportunity to excel economically. By providing unorthodox labor mentoring training, internship, certifications, and placement program. I pray you are also moving forward and touching people in need, with various community out-reach projects and out-reach events.