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ROC the Day Dec 8, 2011

Consider supporting our member agencies who are participating in this one day of giving!

Ready, Set, ROC!
It's almost time! Come back on December 8 to ROC the Day. It'll be 24 hours of unprecedented online community giving, and you won't want to miss it. In the meantime, check out the list of 500+ awesome causes that will be ROC'n all day and night.
Who can I ROC the Day for?
 

Resources

Wed, 2011-04-13 20:21 — Marion Andrews

Learning Community, Recommended Trusted Blogs and Social Media Tools & Resources - A tweet sized link http://bit.ly/hFPy0V that is Downloadable as a hyper-linked 2 page pdf.

Members can create blogs

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Februray 2011 Newsletter is Posted

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Thanks From MS Society

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society would like to thank RAAVS members for their very generous donations to our MS Service Day program. The cleaning and painting supplies will be appreciated by our volunteers and the homes they work in. On MS Service Day, teams of volunteers throughout Upstate New York will go out to the homes of people with MS to perform household chores and light repair work – projects the person with MS can no longer perform because of the effects of multiple sclerosis.

Note from Peter Shankman

It is no one else’s fault if your personal brand isn’t how you want it to be. It’s not Facebook’s fault. It’s not Twitter’s fault. It’s not LinkedIn’s fault. It’s not the fault of someone who wrote on your wall, or tagged you in a photo.

If your personal brand isn’t coming across how you want it to, it’s YOUR FAULT.

And you have the power to change that. Talk to people. Be relevant. Produce interesting content, each day. Provide useful insights.

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