Filed under: Preaching, Published Columns | Tags: #tweetsgiving, gratitude, Thanksgiving
My friend and the owner of consulting firm Community Organizer 2.0, Debra, asked me to participate in something called #Tweetsgiving. An annual 48-hour event pegged to Thanksgiving, the project encourages people to blog, tweet, share and host parties about gratitude. All grants and donations raised by the project go to trick-out an elementary school in Arusha, Tanzania with computers and other high-tech learning tools. (Last year’s #Tweetsgiving helped fund efforts to build a new classroom at the same school.)
Anyway, I made my contribution this week’s iGoogledIsrael column, so check it out, please. I also encourage you to add the tag #tweetsgiving to all your tweets ) and follow @TweetsGiving (if you’re on Twitter), include a link to www.TweetsGiving.org in your posts (if you’re a blogger), or just plain old donate.
The U.S. nonprofit behind the project is called Epic Change.
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