Contributing to a book

I am pleased to announce my involvement in an upcoming book, “Changing The World on a Tuesday Night”, which profiles 50 people from each of the 50 states who have full-time jobs or otherwise busy lives, but make time each and every week or month to volunteer with a cause they are passionate about. I was paired with John Varlaro, (also of Rhode Island) who is a small business consultant and a volunteer with the Rhode Island Parent Information Network where he now serves on the Board of Directors. I met John at RIPIN, then again on the East Side of Providence to take some images for the book.

From the website: “‘Changing The World on a Tuesday Night’ will be a self-published title which features the profiles of 50 people from around the country who work full-time jobs or have otherwise busy lives, but find time once a week or once a month to volunteer on a consistent basis for a cause that they are passionate about.

The purpose of the book is two-fold, one is to celebrate and acknowledge the working Americans all across the country who are making a difference on a regular basis. The second is to inspire and encourage would-be volunteers and give them real-life examples of how to fit volunteering into their daily lives and showcase some of the many different opportunities that exist in the diverse non-profit world.”

Thanks John, for being a great subject!

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One Response to “Contributing to a book”

  1. John says:

    Both the book and RIPIN are causes I am happy as well as fortunate to be a part of.

    I was also very fortunate to have a talented photographer take my photos!

    Thanks Brad!

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