Friday, March 25, 2011

Fort WayneTweet Up For Good

On Twitter? Good, you are invited.

Not on Twitter, that's okay, you are invited too.

Amber Recker of Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana was talking on Twitter recently about getting together with other non-profits and pretty soon a Fort Wayne Tweet Up was planned.

In Fort Wayne we have a pretty active Social Media Community. Here's a chance to meet some of your fellow Social Media folks.

Details are from the CSNI page:

Calling all Fort Wayne Tweeps!
Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana, NeighborLink, Parkview Foundation and PBS39 have teamed up to bring you the first non-profit sponsored Fort Wayne Tweet Up!
What's a Tweet Up? It's simply a real-life meet up organized on Twitter.
There will be food, there will be drinks, and there will be information on-hand about the hosting non-profit organizations.
So, mark your calendars and bring your friends!
Thursday, April 14, 2011 at 5:30PM
Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana
6316 Mutual Drive, Fort Wayne
For directions, click HERE!
To RSVP, click HERE or use #fwtweetuprsvp on Twitter
Learn more about the hosting organizations:
Cancer Services has been serving individuals with cancer and their families in Northeast Indiana since 1944. Its mission is based on the belief that a cancer diagnosis bring with it more needs than the obvious need for medical care, and these needs affect the entire family. People with cancer and their families need emotional support and practical resources, and they can find them at Cancer Services.
Follow on Twitter: @cancersvcsni
NeighborLink is a faith-based nonprofit that encourages neighbor-to-neighbor expressions of God's love. We're a web-based, neighborhood development organization that provides volunteer opportunities to help disadvantaged residents who have basic needs they can't find help with anywhere else. Imagine an online community where neighbors can help neighbors.
Follow on Twitter: @NeighborLinkFW
Parkview is not for profit, but for people. As a health system passionate about providing excellent care for every patient, every day, the Parkview Foundation exists to support the on-going work of the hospital. We believe that generosity heals. When the community invests in the Foundation, we are able to provide technology upgrades, training and education for our clinical staff and go beyond the basics of care like the comfort of a teddy bear for pediatric patients in the ER or a car seat to get a baby home safely. Each Parkview hospital has a Foundation that supports the work and the money invested in each local Foundations, stays in that local community.
Follow on Twitter: @ParkviewFDNs


WFWA PBS39 has been broadcasting since 1975 to the Fort Wayne area, and since 1985 as an independent, community-owned and operated PBS station, the only one of its kind serving northeast Indiana. Each day, we offer 'round the clock non-commercial educational programming across four digital channels: PBS39HD/Channel 39-1; Kids39/Channel 39-2; Create TV/Channel 39-3 and 39-4you/Channel 39-4. PBS39 is proud to offer equal access to the highest quality televisions programs available to everyone within reach of our signal, every day.

Follow on Twitter: PBS39FtWayne

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