Tomorrow, I’m moderating a panel at a conference put on by Direct Help. Direct Help is a great idea- a way of directly helping people or organizations via the net. As they say:
Direct Help uses the communications power of the Internet to enable compassionate citizens to provide local nonprofit organizations with the specific items they need to help the people they serve. Local organizations provide people with the tools to succeed against the odds of their environment – from job training for low-income individuals to safe havens from city street gangs for children to baby care items for new moms that can’t afford them. Our role at Direct Help is to assist organizations in getting the supplies they need to continue to provide vital care for their communities.
I’m very much looking forward to learning more. If you see me there, say hi.