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Leslie Poston is a writer, social media guide and tech junkie, as well as the founder of Uptown Uncorked. This is part of her Real World Change 2.0 series. If you've been watching the web the last few weeks, especially Twitter, you've seen a rapid rise in a new trend: microfunding for charities and causes. HOW TO: Give Back With Social MicroFunding in 2009 HOW TO: Give Back With Social MicroFunding in 2009
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The voluntary gas tax is a self-imposed and self-collected tax established by a group of Davisites. That is to say, they keep track of the gas they use, decide on a rate at which to tax themselves, and donate the proceeds to one of a few non-profit organizations selected by the group. If you'd like to get involved, contact davisgastax@gmail.com. Voluntary Gas Tax Voluntary Gas Tax
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Peace Corps Wiki and Peace Corps Journals are Temporary Out of Service *UPDATE: March 21th 2013 As of Saturday March 2nd 2013 the Peace Corps Wiki and Peace Corps Journals are Off Line, due to a lack of funding for the monthly site hosting. In 2010 Developmentary approached the National Peace Corps Association (NPCA) about taking over the sites; after a lengthy negotiation we were unable to reach an agreement. In February 2013 we approached the NPCA again and met with them on Thursday March 21st to discuss the future of the sites. This was a productive meeting during and I hope that an agreement will be reached in the next few days or weeks, please check back at this site for more details. Peace Corps Journals Peace Corps Journals