25 Volunteer Opportunities
What You Can Do Now to geonomize your corner of the world; 25 distinct ways:
1) Befriend and like us in all your social media.
2) Subscribe to our headlines. (Funders like to see numbers.)
3) Tell friends, family member, co-workers, and neighbors about the site.
4) Become a source. Email us news articles. Suggest interesting allies. Send in relevant artwork that’s free in the public domain.
5) Become a reporter or writer. Write newsy articles to post here.
6) Do a blog here or link your blog here.
7) Write letters to editors and to local leaders.
8) Submit original, captivating photos and artwork.
9) Suggest our services as a consultant to your local government.
10) Shop at our store online.
11) Contribute cash!
12) Join! Become a dues-paying member with all rights and privileges.
13) Sign up others.
14) Make phone calls to members and potential supporters and donors.
15) Organize a local meeting to discuss advancing geonomics and invite everyone you know — friends, family member, co-workers, and neighbors; we can supply an agenda.
As a trusted member, you could do some of the more intimate tasks for the website, such as
16) Organize site archives.
17) Format and upload articles.
18) Come to a conference in your region, nation, or planet.
Then in your spare time …
19) Co-organize a fundraiser and invite a geonomist speaker; we could present a slide show to your group.
20) Co-organize a lobbying outing and invite a geonomist advocate; we could present a slide show to your government officials.
21) Post your events in our calendar.
22) Do public speaking and tabling at public events like farmers’ markets.
23) Persuade foundations to support us.
24) Conduct some original research on “rents”, public budgets, and tax breaks.
25) Smile for the camera and run for office.
??) What else can you do to geonomize the world now?
Do all that and soon your corner of the world will lead the others in turning geonomic!
And remember: It is on the wings of donations that awareness spreads.
It’s all tax-deductible, as the Forum on Geonomics is a nonprofit 501c3.
Together we’ll make a difference, geonomics is that powerful.