Clean Water as a global issue on Oct. 15! Are you ready?

Holla readers!
Thanks for drop by, to check the updates on what am I up to for the time being πŸ˜‰

So, here’s another post about making changes for the world πŸ˜‰

Get set for Friday (Oct. 15), which is TODAY, the tens of thousands of bloggers will be focusing on water as a global issue for Blog Action Day. Please join the grassroots movement!

Recently, blogging has become one of the trends to share information, brainstorm ideas and raise awareness about topics you care about across the Web. Knowledge is power, right? Since that’s the case, on Friday, Oct. 15, thousands of bloggers from more than 100 countries around the world will be discussing one important topic for the fourth year of Blog Action Day 2010, co-created by the founders of Envato which is Collis and Cyan Ta’eed and sponsored this year by Change.org πŸ˜€

The mission for BAD2010 is to get everyone in the blogosphere on the same page on the same day to talk about this year’s user voted topic which is WATER!

So, if you’re interested, how can you get involved?
Below are the steps!

1. If you’re a blogger, you can register here.
2. Follow at @blogactionday, and add your two cents, just be sure to use the hashtag #BAD10.
3. Sign the petition to encourage the UN to continue to bring water and sanitation to developing nations.
4. Do an optional task, which is, start a fundraising campaign or donate here.

And another thing, below are the video about BAD2010!

Well, that’s all from me. Keep in touch soon! πŸ˜‰

Imagine the POSSIBILITIES, Invest in CHANGE!
Muhammad Hafiz πŸ™‚

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