Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Spread the Word

Whether you have been reading HSP’s postings for a year or just a few days, chances are you have read a line that went a little like this, “HSP would like to thank all of its donors and volunteers, without whom, HSP would not be able to fulfill its mission of reaching out to those in need.” That line makes its way into so many of our posts because it is both very true and deserves repeating. Humanitarian Service Project really is run by the strength of support received from volunteers and donors who help in a myriad of different ways. Of course, we know not everybody is in a position to make a donation, nor necessarily has the time or resources to volunteer, but that does not mean they can’t be invaluable supporters of HSP. In fact, you are supporting us right now, whether you know it or not.

By taking the few minutes it takes to read our online postings, you are helping HSP by arming yourself with information. With social media sites like Facebook having become such a mainstay in our society, they have become an important tool in keeping our supporters abreast of what goes on at HSP. They also serve a role in reaching people who may not know anything about HSP, or those who are curious to know more about what we do. For this reason, if you have a friend or family member that you think would be interested in knowing more about HSP we encourage you to direct them to our facebook or blog. By the simple click of the “like button” or a hit on our blog page, Humanitarian Service Project is getting the word out to more and more supporters. If you only know our Facebook page, our blog page can be found at this address: http://www.humanitarianserviceproject.blogspot.com/ for those who may not have a Facebook. Our blog page and our Facebook are updated with the same information, so you don’t need to worry about patronizing both. Of course, if you, or someone you know, would like more comprehensive information on HSP, there is always our website at http://www.humanitarianservice.org/.

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