2017-07-05 06:52:02

Don't Change the Channel: Make the World A Better Place by Jenn Snyder

Don't Change the Channel: Make the World A Better Place by Jenn Snyder

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Jenn Snyder
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9780983078203
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Don't Change the Channel is the inspiring story of how one woman didn t look away from a news conference on TV, and chose to help a family whose lives had been devastated by a mother s murder. Jenn's outpouring of energy and care led to others being inspired and giving their all to help. Within three weeks of that news conference, a community-wide festival was held, a college trust fund was established, and the family was surprised with a new house.
This book motivates people to seize the moments in their lives to help others. No matter where you are in your life and how busy you are, you can make a difference. Step-by-step instructions are given on how to get involved, find a cause that you are passionate about, and make your time and efforts effective and productive. The book also focuses on the unique abilities of businesses, children, college students, and retirees to give, with different strategies at different ages.
Don't Change the Channel is an empowering book about how you can use your skills and time to make the world a better place.


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