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Our mission at A Free Bird, an outstanding new 501c3 non-profit organization, is to provide arts EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES to children who have been affected by cancer. In order to help as many kids as possible, we are looking for volunteers to help spread the word about our growing organization!
We are looking for motivated and driven individuals to help raise awareness for our organization through handing out flyers and talking to PEOPLE about the organization during our AFB Art Fair!.
This is only for the month of September, so no long term commitment needed!
and requires one day for the week for our AFB Art Fair. You will be helping our organization to get the word out there about our event!! Open to the public however will be help run by volunteers!!
We Need You!! If you or a group are interested in volunteering, please contact HR@afreebird.org!!!
Ends September 7, 2015, 12:00 PM
Needed: A very special art-loving, small business minded crowdfunding expert needed to help us raise funds to do a study of Cuba's arts sector and to hold a Cuban jazz event in New Orleans. We're in a hurry! Please email email@example.com with subject "Crowdfunding for CUBA CEA".
Ends September 8, 2015, 4:00 AM
Each year, concerned Montgomery County citizens and animal services officers bring Second Chance Wildlife Center about 3,000 distressed native wild animals — songbirds, raptors, waterfowl, squirrels, groundhogs, chipmunks, bats, rabbits, turtles, and a host of other native species — for medical treatment, attentive care, and release. The mission of Second Chance is to provide compassionate, rehabilitative care to these orphaned, ill, and injured wild animals, and to advise our community on helping animals.
Come raise a glass in support of Second Chance Wildlife Center on Sunday, Sept. 6 from 6-9pm at The Winery at Olney. Members of Second Chance Wildlife Center will be there to answer your questions about what to do when you find a sick or orphaned wildlife animal, and you can learn more about how you can help wildlife in your own backyard!
Tickets to the event include:
A portion of proceeds from the sale of each ticket and from each bottle of wine sold at the event will be donated directly to Second Chance Wildlife Center. So come, bring your wild and furry friends (yes, well-behaved dogs are welcome!) and come support Second Chance Wildlife Center! As a non-profit organization, Second Chance Wildlife Center relies on public donations to continue its work. The average cost to rehabilitate a single animal is $75 so know your donation will be put to good use.
Starts September 6, 2015, 10:00 PM
A discussion about the current state of the internet. We will cover topics such as infrastrtucture, political control, content and potential future applications as well the moral compotnents to each.
More info to come...
Starts September 7, 2015, 4:00 PM