|GiveOpp(TM) has announced the “Be The Change Week”, promoting international community service and inviting individuals to take initiatives within their communities this week.|
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PRLog (Press Release) – Aug 10, 2010 – GiveOpp(TM) has announced the “Be The Change Week”, promoting international community service and inviting individuals to take initiatives within their communities this week.
GiveOpp(tm)‘s mission is to “empower individuals with opportunity and facilitate humanitarian and environmental aid where it is needed in the world”. It is the belief of members that individuals can make a substantial difference in their communities through regular volunteer actions, thus inspiring others to do the same.
GiveOpp(TM) President of International Development, Billy Jones, says “I continually hear stories of our members who just go and do something that benefits others in their community. I admire their actions and how they inspire others to take action too.”
GiveOpp(TM) members and non-members are invited to participate and to share their experience to GiveOpp(TM) by submitting a video of their actions and the community impact. The company will be assimilating all submissions and sharing via various forums to inspire others to take similar actions in their communities.
All videos should be submitted to email@example.com by August 25th, 2010.
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GiveOpp(TM) has a vision for humanity and you can be part of that vision. We are the movement that is creating a world full of beauty, abundance and prosperity.
We unite people from dramatically different cultures and walks of life toward a common dream: providing real solutions for real problems. We envision a world in which each human being has the food, home, and quality of life they deserve, for generations to come. We are changing the present. We are changing the future.
We established a revolutionary, effective, win-win approach to achieving our radical goals. We partner with action-oriented humanitarian and environmental organizations that implement immediate, as well as sustainable, long-term solutions to the world’s problems, such as delivering food, medical care, building water purification systems and educational mechanisms that abolish prejudice, oppression, and violence.
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