As usual, it has been a very busy semester, but this semester has been different because I actually have my own website.  Feel free to visit me.

Meanwhile, we’ve begun our social media fundraising campaign.  The information is below.  Please help us raise $1,000 for domestic violence prevention.

The husband and I are taking a New Media Production class as part of our graduate certificate program in rhetoric and composition at the University of South Florida in Tampa.  One area that we are exploring is the use of social media in the area of fundraising.

Here’s where you can help.  We are working with several other people to raise funding and supplies for The Spring of Tampa Bay, “the largest of Florida’s 42 certified domestic violence shelters.”  The Spring’s mission is to “prevent domestic violence, protect victims and promote change in lives, families, and communities.”  Since the organization has been around since 1977, we’re pretty sure that The Spring isn’t going anywhere.
Help us help The Spring by donating as little or as much as you can at Our goal is to raise $1,000 by November 30.
MyMissio is the nonprofit I worked for this past summer.  Since then, I’ve become a board member.  I can assure you that all of MyMissio’s contributions are secure and follow the PCI Security Standards Council requirements to protect your data.
Each month that funds accumulate, MyMissio will cut a check to The Spring, using 3.5% of the donation to cover transaction costs.  Help us reach our goals of doing a good deed (giving money to The Spring) and earning a good grade in our class .  If you have any questions, please feel free to email me.



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