Share Your Network
People often take the power of their networks for granted and do not realise how even simple conversations with their networks can expand JAM's vision of Helping Africa Help Itself.
We believe everyone has the ability to effect change. No matter if you are a CEO, banker, lawyer, student, housewife, PTA president, small business owner, photographer, sports coach or a secretary. You may know a person, or you could be that person, of influence in the political or corporate world who can provide corporate grants or even affect policy change at global and regional level. Thereby ensuring that JAM's nutritional school feeding programmes gain invaluable support that will help continue the fight against hunger.
The war against malnutrition in Africa compels those of us that care about the future generations to band together to fight this hunger. The social media revolution of the last decade has provided the perfect tools to begin sharing your story and JAM's story with your fiends, family and colleagues. You can link your networks with JAM through various social media platforms from Facebook and Twitter to YouTube, LinkedIn, and even Instagram.
In sharing your JAM story with your own network - you become part of a community and movement dedicated to Helping Africa Help Itself.
Share your social network
Its so easy... help us build our presence on social media by liking or following us on any of your favourite social networking platform.
Keep up to date with what is going on at JAM through facebook, twitter and google+ and share stories that might be of interest to your friends
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Share at social events
Social events provide an ideal platform to network in an environment that is relaxed and filled with people of many different kinds.
These interactions are often taken for granted but could facilitate something great.
Therefore, spreading the word about the work of JAM at such events could mean the start to great partnerships.