Recruiting for Good Co+Op Launches Collaborative Funding and Travel Initiative to Help People Raise $100,000 for Southern California Based Nonprofits and Start-ups

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Recruiting for Good is rewarding the first 10 people who join Co+Op with the opportunity to raise $100,000 for social causes and start-ups; and using matching monies raised for a week long safari in South Africa, that includes 'TED-Worthy' communications training and attendance at TEDx in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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Recruiting for Good Co+Op today launched a collaborative funding and travel initiative to reward and help people raise $100,000 for Southern California based causes and start-ups.

Carlos Cymerman, Founder of Recruiting For Good, said, “The concept is unique and very simple - People share their social contacts to enable collaborative recruiting and generate proceeds; Recruiting for Good matches dollars raised to make a difference and then also rewards participants with global travel. To kick this off people who participate by October 31, 2013, will raise money for their causes or start-ups; and will also earn travel to a TEDx event in March 2014, be trained by John Bates in making their communications ‘TED Worthy’, and a earn a week-long safari adventure.”

Cymerman went on to say, “Recruiting For Good has teamed up with some great partners to make this happen. John Bates coaches high level executives and TED and TEDx speakers and is the founder of and Alan Feldstein, owner and founder of Infinite Safari Adventures, which is an award winning boutique safari company that consistently garners rave reviews from its clients.”

The Recruiting for Good Co+Op will be bringing great jobs and great people together, raising money for startups and charities in Southern California and bringing people to awe inspiring TEDx events all over the world. People will be able to make a difference for their friends who are looking for jobs while at the same time raise money for SoCal startups and charities and be rewarded with meaningful, connecting travel experiences.


Recruiting for Good, has been connecting talented technical professionals since 1998 and is supported by a group of IT recruiters with 30 years of collective experience; dedicated to working collaboratively to help people make a difference and enjoy life. The team has worked with major corporations such as JD Powers Associates, Wells Fargo, Aramark, Disney and Fox. Join our Co+Op to Help Locally and Travel Globally.

John Bates coaches TED and TEDx speakers and he also gets rave reviews from top level executives at Prescience International, Motorola Solutions, the Johnson & Johnson Innovation Lab in Silicon Valley, Janssen Labs in San Diego, LAZ Parking, Occulus International DudaMobile and many others. People regularly call his “Creating ‘TED-worthy’ Pitches, Presentations and Communications” the best communications training they have ever received. works with top level executives, public speakers, business development and sales teams, and others who engage in high-leverage, meaningful communications. With a focus on communication John brings out a whole new level of power and confidence in those who work with him.

Alan Feldstein, founder of Infinite Safari Adventures Combining a love of Africa and everything it has to offer with a taste of adventure has made Alan the ideal person to market safari and adventure experiences throughout Africa and to market Infinite Safari’s custom adventures to clients throughout the world.

Alan is a certified kayak instructor, scuba diver, guide and avid wildlife photographer whose work has appeared in Wavelength Magazine, Los Angeles Times, AOL’s online Patch newspapers and He is also a member of the Adventurer’s Club of Los Angeles and is the Chairman of the Southern California Chapter of the Explorer’s Club. In addition to his Dog Collar giving back program, Alan also serves on the Board of Trustees of the Cheetah Conservation Fund.

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