How To Help Phillipines Super Typhoon Haiyan Survivors
As with any natural disaster, the fastest and most effective way for young people (or anyone) to help is through philanthropy projects to provide support to organizations working in affected areas. You can find information about how to help at http://1.usa.gov/HWstT1. YSA especially recommends our Global Youth Service Network partners, GlobalGiving's Super Typhoon Haiyan Relief Fund and ShelterBox.
Donations for the United Nations World Food Program at https://secure2.convio.net/fwfp/site/Donation2;jsessionid=B43ADBC3978722CC926AD6F83F892082.app262a?df_id=2141&2141.donation=form1&utm_source=Philippines%20Situation%20Update&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Situation%20Update%20Email
MLK Day of Service - January 20
It's time to start planning for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service! View the video of the first 2014 MLK Day webinar - "Public/Private Partnerships that Increase Economic Opportunities for Communities" - and register for upcoming webinars on topics including "Communications and Marketing" and "Volunteer Recruitment & Retention (with a focus on veterans and military families)" at http://1.usa.gov/qH6axE On the MLKDay.gov website, you'll also find toolkits to help you plan, the opportunity to register or find projects, promotional resources, and information about how to order MLK Drum Majors for Service awards to recognize your volunteers. www.MLKDay.gov
Friday, November 15, 2013
In the news from YSA America and WFP
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