“The PTA/HSA is the largest volunteer child advocacy association in the nation and a greatly underappreciated group of volunteers. We want to honor these unsung heroes for their dedication to to the youth, our country’s future,” said Stephanie Jelley.
Maplewood, NJ (PRWEB) August 02, 2012
umojawa, a new online community encouraging social change, providing civic engagement and rewarding organizations for their work that benefits others, introduces its first annual Ovation™ Award in Education to recognize outstanding performance in projects initiated by Parent Teacher Associations (PTA) and Home School Associations (HSA) teams to benefit their schools. The company officially announced the award today at the 2012 BlogHer conference in New York City and is encouraging bloggers to be a part of its social good community by spreading news of the award to their readers.
PTA and HSA Teams throughout the United States should register now at http://umojawa.com/ovation/ to learn about the Ovation Award criteria, the application process, and how to get their teams involved.
“The PTA/HSA is the largest volunteer child advocacy association in the nation, reminding our country of its obligations to children. They are a greatly underappreciated group of volunteers and we want to honor these unsung heroes for their dedication to the youth, our country’s future,” said Stephanie Jelley, chief executive officer, umojawa.
umojawa is a leading information provider for the non-profit sector that helps them more effectively manage their organizations and maximize the efficiency of their external communications and fundraising efforts via new age mixed media and social media platforms. Utilizing today’s best practices in social media as well as traditional B2B marketing communications, umojawa helps ensure not-for-profit organizations reach their target audiences while creating general awareness to their missions.