the volunteer opportunities posted by eMagazine.com are consistent with most of our volunteer opportunities in that they can be accomplished by people in their spare time from the comfort of their own homes.
Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) August 10, 2012
The founder of MADin15.org, Adam Radly, launched the service last month to give the average person the ability to "Make A Difference" by searching the site for volunteer opportunities that can be performed at home in very little time – maybe as little as 15 minutes. Conversely, non-profits are able to post listings for volunteers to assist with a long list of tasks that don’t fit the traditional definition of volunteer work.
Adam Radly said that “I've heard so many people say they would love to volunteer for a cause that is close to their hearts and they want to make a difference in our communities, but they don’t have the time or the money to donate. So I created an online service that allows them to make difference with minimal time and no money."
MADin15.org services are free for both volunteers and non-profit organizations.
This week, eMagazine, a leading online environmental magazine, posted several volunteer opportunities including grant writer, online marketing and social media coordinator.
Adam Radly commented, "eMagazine.com is a big player in the online environmental publishing arena and their participation with MADin15.org validates our belief that our service works for organizations of all sizes.”
eMagazine’s volunteer opportunities don’t require people to go to an office or attend an event. Adam Radly said, “the volunteer opportunities posted by eMagazine.com are consistent with most of our volunteer opportunities in that they can be accomplished by people in their spare time from the comfort of their own homes."
Adam radly added “eMagazine is one of the best and most credible sources of news and information about environmental issues but it also happens to be a 501c(3) non-profit organization.”
In order to post opportunities on MADin15.org non-profits must be registered 501c(3) organizations. Adam Radly said, “we can make exceptions for certain organizations that may not have 501c(3) status such as schools, government departments, hospitals and international organizations where the 501c(3) classification obviously doesn’t apply”.
For questions about MADin15.org or interviews with Adam Radly please email media(at)MADin15(dot)org.
About Adam Radly
The Radly Center was founded by Adam Radly in 2002 and has established and supported numerous nonprofit projects. Adam Radly was the founder of the World Reconciliation Day event where Nelson Mandela provided his penultimate speech about reconciliation and Adam Radly’s company donated $1 million to the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund. Adam Radly is also the Producer and Director of the documentary, The Art Of Reconciliation – featuring Nelson Mandela which is due for release in September, 2012.
Since its inception, the magazine’s mission has remained the same: to provide information about environmental issues and to share ideas and resources so that readers can live more sustainable lives and connect with ongoing efforts for change.
E is independent of any membership organization and has no agenda to promote except that of our very diverse and dynamic environmental movement as a whole. As such, E casts a wide net editorially, covering everything environmental — from the big issues like climate change, renewable energy and toxins and health, to the topics that directly impact our readers' daily lives: how to eat right and stay healthy, where to invest responsibly and how to save energy at home.