Its day 3 of Mozilla Service Week, and already so many of you have been making a big difference. We’re now past 11,000 hours of pledged support, with so many great volunteer opportunities and projects posted. We wanted to share a few of those today:
* Urban Sprouts based in San Francisco, USA is looking for a volunteer web designer and CSS/HTML web developer to update their blog. They run a school garden program that serves low-income youth from under-served neighborhoods, teaching and sharing eco-literacy, wellness, and community.
* The BBC have teamed up Find Your Feet in the UK, a charity working with vulnerable families living in rural India and Malawi. They are helping Find Your Feet with redesigning their website, and offering some guidance using social media, plus lots more.
* andrewl is supporting livinghome.org in Minnesota, who enable seniors to remain living in the home of their choice. He’ll be improving their website and producing a short video, so more people get to know about livinghome.org, and help find new volunteers.
* www.breadforthecity.org are looking for help to bring their existing blog site together with their website. Bread for the City provides assistance to Washington DC’s poorest residents and write daily about the problems of poverty and potential solutions.
You can read about more offers of support and asks for help at the service week Stories and Inspiration area.
There are still so many ways you can get involved with Mozilla Service Week this week. Visit Idealist.org and view opportunities by country and region, and if you’re in Germany please see projects which need help at Betterplace.org. You can also scroll through some of the stories and projects posted on the Mozilla Service Week website.
Thanks for your support, and please know that no matter how big or small your act of good – you are making a big difference.