Now, charities can easily connect with supporters and display the results of their efforts.
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) April 26, 2007
Jessica Biel, co-founder of Make The Difference, is known for her commitment to helping others. In 2006, a lunch date with Biel sold for $30,000 during a charity auction. The money went to the Molly Bloom Recovery Fund, a charity created for a Colorado teenager badly-injured in a prom night automobile accident. Leveraging the power of celebrity and the internet, Biel is committed to making a difference. Biel looks forward to the enhanced networking capabilities of Make The Difference Network. Now, she can help others on a global scale. "Partnering with PathConnect gives us a powerful set of tools that will allow MTDN to help more non-profits and more people," said Biel.
Make The Difference Network was originally conceived in December 2004. The organization was co-founded by Jessica, her father Jon Biel and cause-marketing expert Kent McBride. The site has been building momentum, but now teams with PathConnect for a full-scale launch.
Based in Los Angeles, CA, PathConnect, LLC is a new media company providing unique social networking applications. PathConnect.com, the company's flagship, targets entrepreneurs and personal growth-enthusiasts. PathConnect Chief Executive Officer Ryan Blair found particular interest in the Biel project because of his own commitment to cause-awareness. "Make The Difference's online 'cause network' will modernize the way non-profits do business," says Blair. "Now, charities can easily connect with supporters and display the results of their efforts."
To celebrate the new partnership, Jessica Biel unveils a profile on PathConnect.com. Here, she will post career news and encourage others to help 'make the difference.'
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