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Commit 1 Percent of Your Time to Service This Year

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We can do better than good. Together, we can be great.  As Martin Luther King, Jr. put it, "Everybody can be great, because anybody can serve." In honor of MLK Day and President Obama's National Day of Service, we're challenging you to commit yourself to service. Spend one percent of your work hours this year (that's 20 hours) changing a small corner of your world for the better. However you choose to give back, this year you can be great. Click "Do It" below to take the pledge, and let's dig in!



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  • MItchel Alexis Quek

    This Sunday - every 20th is a special day for us- my partner and I decided to take this day to distribute food and goodies to the old folks -mostly living alone- so they can celebrate and enjoy Chinese New Year too.

    I am permanent volunteer at a Singapore based social enterprise: Daughters Of Tomorrow (DOT) - The purpose is to provide meaningful work to women in the 3rd World - creating sustainable livelihoods (so they can provide education for their children and put food on the table). Apart from working full time, most of my mind's time is spent on DOT.

    It's really nice to know we can all contribute meaningfully -in small ways- to other human beings.