For those of us who pass by shelters, schools, senior centers and other community organizations daily without really understanding their reach or impact, a day devoted to working side by side is a wonderful way to build lasting relationships and deeper engagement with these worthy groups. That day for us is #FridayforGood.
Here’s how our most recent day of community service, which took place November 1, looked from a number of perspectives:
A few of the heroes from @homeysf who came to hang out today. Hope you guys had fun! #fridayforgood pic.twitter.com/0yRncIiuke— Twitter in The City ( @TwitterSF) November 1, 2013
Awesome @Tweagle team members supporting our local community. Love this team! #CommercialLegal #FridayForGood pic.twitter.com/TkZ0jgJLAb— Daniel Brennan ( @danielbrennan) November 1, 2013
The awesome Vietnamese Youth Development Center @Twitter for #fridayforgood job shadow session pic.twitter.com/uBO8yHnxXp— Sandy Parlin ( @SParSuperStar) November 1, 2013
Nice technique, @SecurityGeorge #fridayforgood pic.twitter.com/0EU9oXkkli— Matthew McEachen ( @mrm) November 1, 2013
For this round, our employees around the U.S. engaged in a wide range of activities to connect with local communities.
Awesome first #FridayForGood @826_Valencia with my fellow tweeps. Felt great returning to my old stomping grounds :) pic.twitter.com/o1krwn2SuW— A$AP M ( @ASAPMO) November 1, 2013
“Mr Alex” had a great time reading with kids this morning at Tenderloin Community School. #fridayforgood pic.twitter.com/zYIhjQCo28— Alex McCauley ( @anm) November 1, 2013
Great #fridayforgood with @twittercomms @SFFoodBank! #shenanigans pic.twitter.com/8IP0SXezQ8— Marisa Williams ( @marisa) November 2, 2013
Twitter DC’s first #fridayforgood @nstreetvillage! pic.twitter.com/ZcyvqimNIR— Twitter DC ( @TwitterDC) November 1, 2013
4800 lbs. of pasta and 5 beard nets later Twitter Seattle completes their first #fridayforgood. Thanks @NWHarvest! pic.twitter.com/j8659bLEdY— Twitter Seattle ( @TwitterSeattle) November 1, 2013