Welcome to the Angel Rock Project
The Angelrock Project is an on-line e-village promoting volunteerism, social responsibility, and sustainable change. The site serves as a pathway for those seeking pertinent information on how to lead a life of service. The Angelrock Project includes valuable information on how to volunteer, advice on making monetary or in-kind donations, links to life-changing service organizations, recommends wonderful products that you can purchase to sustain third-world artisans, and suggests corporations who donate a percentage of proceeds to worthy non-profit organizations. In addition, you will regularly read inspirational Angel stories about people who spend their lives helping others and have the opportunity to view our recommended Angel organizations, books, and websites. Angel Talk brings like-minded individuals together who enjoy chatting and exchanging ideas about service under Project Platform, Service Talk, Giving Matters, and Community Plaza. We encourage you to visit Angel Talk and share the forum with your friends.
As the founder and director of The Angelrock Project, I also highlight many of my endeavors, most importantly the humanitarian campaigns and philanthropic cause-related marketing initiatives that I personally coordinate or support. In addition, I am thrilled to have a Blog that I update regularly to share my thoughts on causes that mean a lot to me. The site also includes a newsroom with humanitarian news coverage and Angel Information which highlights additional career projects, features a few fun personal facts, and lists pertinent contact information.
Ultimately, The Angelrock Project is an e-village promoting everything to do with service, humanity, peace, equality, social responsibility, and sustainable change.
Thank you for visiting and I certainly welcome you back time and time again. Together we can form a worldwide community of people who care about their fellow man, the world we live in, and most importantly, feel compelled to do something to make life a better place for all of us.
Peace and many blessings,
Quote of the month:"It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men." — Frederick Douglass
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Sunday, February 1, 2015
If It Takes A Village, Build One
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Click to watch Journey for Change Global Ambassador Latoya Massie and Maya Angelou featured on CNN
Target Gives $1 Million
Read about Ken Fredman, web developer and marketing executive in Manhattan.
Read about Pam Cope, co-founder of the Touch A Life Foundation, in Dallas, TX.
The Denise Amber Lee Foundation
Coaltion to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers
FINCA International provides financial services to the world's lowest-income entrepreneurs.