I just got this e-mail:
Hi, Crisjonver! This is Pepe Diokno of Rock Ed Philippines.
Welcome to the Rock Ed family! We’re working on something big and I want you to be the first to know about it.
Rock Ed began in 2005 as a ten-year project to get Filipinos interested in nation-building. Today, we’re a nationwide group of people from all walks of life, working in our own little ways to make the Philippines better.
But while we all want to build the country, we often don’t know where to start. This is where Rock Ed comes in.
We’ve just completed our new website, http://www.rocked.ph. It’s more than just a site — it’s a service that makes it easy for you to volunteer for causes you like. For the first time ever, we’ve created a bridge between you and exciting projects that are changing the country.
All you have to do is sign up, and you’ll immediately be assigned projects that fit your skills and expertise. If you’re starting a project yourself, post it and Rock Ed volunteers will answer your call. The site also allows you to send free text brigades to volunteers–a feature that was especially useful to us during Typhoon Ondoy.
Crisjonver, we’re so excited to introduce this to you, and we can’t wait to hear what you think! Click here to sign up today.
Maraming, maraming salamat po. Mabuhay, and rock and roll!
Rock Ed Philippines
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our website at http://www.rocked.ph.
Join Rock Ed now and let us volunteer for the cause of the Filipinos. Let us help with our own little ways. Because together, our little ways are less smaller. Let’s show the world that the Filipinos care for their less fortunate brothers and sisters. They need our help!
So, volunteer now.
Live a life of cause,
P.S. Rock Ed is just one of the many volunteer organizations (as for Rock Ed, it’s an NGO) available in the country. Coordinate with your school and its organizations, if they have volunteer committees, or check local organizations. Your contribution has an eternal effect, so get this going.