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Looking for a way to contribute? Share your talent and your time

I always feel better when I make a significant contribution. Giving my time and my talent is a rewarding activity, especially when I make a positive impact.

As a professional writer, I find that my time and my professional talents are the best gifts that I have to share with my friends who are “in transition.” Helping bring out the best in others is a positive activity!

When your friends and members of your communities are holding fund raising events, consider donating your time and your talent:

  • Resume makeover, value $450
  • 3 hours of professional writing and editing, value $300
  • 3 hours of social media training, value $350

You can ask for and receive a donation receipt. Instead of giving money, consider contributing your time and your talent.

In the past four years, I have performed over two dozen resume makeovers for personal friends and their friends. I am inspired by the positive feedback and good will that I so easily generate. I have donated over a dozen resume maker donations to charitable organizations, including:

Bonus! Some friends feel the need to reciprocate, so they make donations to charities of my choice. I have been able to parlay their donations into membership dues in organizations for other friends in need. Paying it forward is a good feeling.

About Barrie Byron

Innovative information developer specializing in presenting complex ideas in ways that are clear and concise. Persistent optimist, intrepid adventurer, mentor. Builder of relationships, connecting friends and peers to people they want to know. Social duct tape and generator of goodwill. Follow me on twitter @barriebyron


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