Our language keeps changing, as all living languages must. One of our common English words that’s taken on a new meaning in recent years is the word, “like.” Thank you, Facebook. But every organization, and every individual, must keep up with the times. The Humanity Project has had active Facebook and Twitter pages from relatively early days, long before many much larger nonprofits. We’ve posted our own monthly podcast on this website since 2006 and our own weekly blog for the same number of years. But today, we would like to ask for your help. It’s very, very simple, really. Just “Like” us — in the Facebook sense. Our Facebook page has about 300 folks who are members through Liking the page. We’d like to increase that a lot in the coming year. Our Twitter page has more than 1,300 followers. Now it’s time for our Facebook page to catch up. It’s no hassle to do this, as you know if you have a Facebook account. Just go to the link and click “Like” on the page. Here’s that link for you: http://www.facebook.com/thehumanityproject. You won’t be bombarded with anything you don’t want to see. Our updates will appear in your timeline but you even can hide those if you choose. We don’t think you’ll want to do that, though. Just as with this blog and our podcast and everything else created by the Humanity Project, our Facebook posts are uplifting and useful to you. So yes, it sounds strange to ask someone to “like” you, doesn’t it? But the word does indeed have a new meaning and we really could use your help by giving us your Facebook “Like” today. Many thanks. We’ll be sure to like you for your effort!
To create and implement innovative programs that teach children and adults how to use cooperation and social connection for individual development and grassroots community improvement