Wednesday September 21st is the United Nation’s International Day of Peace.
Save the Children New Zealand is coordinating a Blog Action Day to celebrate, explore and promote this occasion, and I’d like to invite you to join us and post on the theme of peace. (And if you wanna RT, fwd or send up red sparks, please do!)
Peace is relevant to everyone, right? – regardless of the overriding tone or subject (or geographical location) of their blog.
If this seems up your alley, apposite or appealing, all we ask is that on September 21st you write (or knit, photograph, mime, etc.) a blog post about peace – whatever that means to you – and that you let us know, so we can direct readers to your blog. Tweet @SaveChildrenNZ using the hashtag #blogforpeace, and/or post a link to our Facebook page. We’ll add your name to our blogroll of participants, and we’ll be Re-Tweeting like crazy.
Our webpage has more information plus a “Save the Children Blog Action Day” button to nab if you want to promote the event on your website.
To contact us with any questions or comments, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet @SaveChildrenNZ.
We look forward to your blog post for peace!
Mary the social media girl at Save the Children New Zealand.
Save the Children New Zealand
PO Box 6584, Marion Square, Wellington 6141, New Zealand.
T: +64 4 385 6847
W: www.savethechildren.org.nz | F: +64 4 385 6793
This is a great idea and all but in all honesty, someone needs to audit Save the Children New Zealand. Though this promotion didn’t mention donations so hey, perhaps they’ve got their act together now?