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Share Your Story and Get Published!

Socialcausediet_art_2 Here is a unique opportunity for anyone who has an amazing, humorous, or otherwise inspiring story to tell about a satisfying act of service. Author Gail Perry Johnston—with new publisher, Cupola Press—is requesting submissions for a book called, The Social Cause Diet: Finding A Service That Feeds Your Soul. In addition to all the direct service stories that are likely to fill this book, it would be great to share you own story of how advocating to make our laws more fair and compassionate to people in need has enriched your life.

The Social Cause Diet will feature everyday people who give of their time and efforts within the context of an established social service. Many people are willing to give of themselves but they do not know where to begin or realize that their interests and abilities match those of an existing organization. The range of stories collected in The Social Cause Diet will reveal that there are achievable, accessible, and satisfying ways for everyone to give.

Go to SocialCauseDiet.com for more information and to see how to submit your story.


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