GovLoop is committed to giving back to the government community. Just before Thanksgiving, we wrapped up our 2011 Graduate Public Service Scholarship contest where we awarded $5,000 to three graduate students. Then we handed out 500 free lunches and held a scavenger hunt that rewarded 100 gift cards to public employees across the country to mark our 50,000-member milestone. Hot on the heels of those initiatives, we’re hoping you can help us spread even more holiday cheer to two worthy organizations that serve the government community – Federally Employed Women (FEW) and Young Government Leaders (YGL).
All you have to do is “Awesome” this post and we’ll give $5 to FEW.
Five seconds for you, $5 for them – easy, elegant.
ALSO: The organization with the most “Awesomes” between now and 12 Noon ET on December 21 will receive a bonus of $1,000! Help them win: tell your colleagues. Details on sharing are below.
Want to help Federally Employed Women win an additional $1,000?
Share on Twitter and Facebook. Email the message below to your colleagues:
Hey – I’m trying to help Federally Employed Women (FEW) in a simple contest this holiday season. All you have to do is click the link below, hit the “Awesome” button and GovLoop (a social network for public sector professionals) will give them $5.
…then forward this email to your colleagues.
P.S. In case you want to learn more:
Federally Employed Women (http://www.few.org) is a private, non-profit organization founded in 1968 after the issuance of Executive Order 11375 that added “sex” to the prohibited discriminations within the federal government. FEW works to end sex and gender discrimination, to encourage diversity for inclusion and equity in the workplace, and works for the advancement and professional growth of women in federal service.
GovLoop (http://www.govloop.com) is the premiere online community where more than 50,000 public sector professionals connect with colleagues, collaborate on common challenges and advance their careers.
You can also “Invite” from GovLoop:
Click here, then copy and paste the message above into your email.
They both are! But you can click below to see who has more “Awesomes”.
Oh, and One Last Thing