Epic Change – Building a Locally-Led School in Tanzania

Drop what you are doing right now, for about 3 minutes, and you can help build a technology lab for a locally-led primary school in Tanzania. All you have to do, is go to this website Ideablob, and vote for Epic Change in a $10k contest. If Epic Change is still at the top of the list come midnight tonight, these kids in upcountry Tanzania will get themselves a brand-new technology lab.

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A line of eager kids forms to vote for EpicChange

Don’t doubt that the money will immediately go to great use. Read about what Epic Change did with Tweetsgiving this past holiday season. They know what they’re doing when it comes to grassroots fundraising, bolting from a literally unknown non-profit to an instant darling of the then-(relatively)-tightknit Twitter community.

There really isn’t anything simpler for you. This won’t cost you a single penny. It won’t take but a minute for you to register with Ideablob, check for the confirmation email in your inbox, and click to vote in the sidebar on the right of their page. And by taking those simple steps, you can have a significantly positive effect on improving the education for these children.

So, go vote. And when you’re done, please share this blog post with your friends. Tweet about it. Share it on Facebook. Post it as a Myspace bulletin. Make it happen!

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3 thoughts on “Epic Change – Building a Locally-Led School in Tanzania”

  1. Greg – you and the entire community have really come together to support Epic Change & I couldn’t be more grateful. Thanks so much for your post!

    I wonder what this says about the potential of social media to bring truly fresh voices into the conversation and so very much look forward to seeing how that will change the world.

    THANKS!!!!
    Stacey Monk
    Founder, Epic Change

  2. I am so proud to pass along the word that Epic Change won the $10k contest! Super excited for Stacey and the kids who are going to benefit from this money! Wow. So amazing.

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