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  • thedreambuildersproject

    I absolutely agree. As a non-profit, we are extremely limited on money for advertisement. Social media has allowed us to spread the word and inform more and more people all over the world that we do exist. That there is a Dream Builders Project in Hollywood CA and we are doing everything in our power to help save the children of tomorrow, and making dreams come true. Social media is absolutely amazing. There is not a better or more efficient way to connect to others simply because we hold the connection in the palms of our hands. While it can be a touch conversation, it is progressive and it does get the job done. Social media and non profits are a natural match for each other.