[internetworkers] Charity

Wolfe, Joanna joanna.wolfe at oup.com
Tue Sep 28 11:19:35 EDT 2004


Chapel Hill has 2 shelters one fore men, the other for women and
children who are always in need of help - particularly with overnight
help.
joanna
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> To: 	Internetworkers: http://www.ibiblio.org/internetworkers/
> Subject: 	RE: [internetworkers] Charity
> 
> Personally, I see volunteering at a soup kitchen or for an adult
> literacy organization as a very political statement. Heck, these
> days,
> volunteering alone is a political statement. !!
> 
> (I urge you and everyone here to commit to volunteering for some
> cause
> or issue you personally feel strongly about, regardless of whether
> it is
> "apolitical" or secular or whatever.)
> 
> In "other ideas," the Eno River Association or Triangle Land
> Conservancy
> can always use people, especially if you can do trail work.
> 
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