VolunteerMatch BPN: How Companies Can Pay Tribute and Create Impact on 9/11 Day
by VolunteerMatch on Aug 23, 2011
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August 2011 Best Practice Network Webinar series, presented by VolunteerMatch ...
August 2011 Best Practice Network Webinar series, presented by VolunteerMatch
On the first anniversary of the September 11th attacks, David Paine and Jay Winuk established MyGoodDeed.org to support widespread observance and tribute to victims, survivors and public servants affected by the tragedy. Their mission is to inspire millions to pledge to perform good deeds, support charitable causes, volunteer and engage in other acts of compassion. In observance of the 10th Anniversary of 9/11, MyGoodDeed is leading a collective effort to organize the single largest day of good deeds and charitable service.
Join MyGoodDeed founder David Paine in the August 2011 edition of our Best Practice Network Webinar Series where he will discuss the history and evolution of this important national day of remembrance and offer advice for how companies can engage their audiences to pay tribute.
For more information about the 10th anniversary of 9/11 visit facebook.com/911day or 911day.org.
About David Paine:
David Paine is the Founder and President of MyGoodDeed.org., the nonprofit group created to establish 9/11 as an annually recognized National Day of Service and Remembrance. David, a former resident of New York City, is senior advisor to PainePR, a national communications firm that specializes in corporate social responsibility and cause related issues, and a 2008 recipient of the nation’s highest civilian volunteer service recognition, The President’s Call to Service Award.
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