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May 02, 2007


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Dan Bassill

Thanks Phil for posting this, and for drawing attention to the Tutor/Mentor Blog Exchange.

I met Larry through the Give and Take blog, which I learned about from reading a Gift Hub article. We've exchanged ideas via email and I'm now encouraging him to blog with us via http://tutormentor.blogspot.com/2007/05/volunteers-tutormentor-leaders-donors.html

It takes time to build a network of people working for a common goal, but as others pitch in to help, we have greater chances of success.


Larry certainly seems like a remarkable leader. I hope to meet him someday soon.

Jeremy Gregg

Thanks for citing Larry's blog, Phil! I would love to bring you -- and anyone else! -- over to our food pantry and resource center so that you can see what we mean by allowing the poor to become givers. Hundreds of people who originally came to us in need of food have come back to us as volunteers, and we have a great community in the heart of the inner city.



You do great work with great spirit. Another Dallas in the heart of Dallas.

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