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Can Virtual (Online) Connections Create Actual Global Change?
Global Non-Profit Seeks to Link Social Networking and Social Enterprise
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by The International Humanitarian Foundation, Inc.

The International Humanitarian Foundation, Inc. (IHF) is using the power of Facebook and Myspace to reach one thousand people interested in its work. Facebook alone has over 70 million active users and is among the six most trafficked sites on the web. The average age of these users is 23 years. The IHF $10x1000 campaign is seeking one thousand people with online connections to the young volunteers who make up the IHF to donate $10 each. The proceeds will expand IHF's reach in the developing world and support the next-generation of social entrepreneurs.

"Social networking has the power to effect change in our world. We can reach the people we know will be interested in our work in a viral manner," IHF President Amish Parashar.

"We want to tap the energy of a young population with deep beliefs about social justice. Social networking can be


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