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DoSomething.org's The Hunt: 11 Days of Doing

 

WHAT: The Hunt: 11 Days of Doing  

WHERE: www.dosomething.org/hunt

THE CONVERSATION: #TheHuntisOn

DoSomething.org, the nation’s largest organization for teens and social change, has partnered with Lenovo, the world’s second largest PC maker who helped found the campaign last year, and Bing, the search engine from Microsoft, to launch “The Hunt: 11 Days of Doing.”

Every day at 11:11 AM EST DoSomething releases the day's current challenge via email, text, and on their web site. Today's challenge is about disaster response and relief. Each challenge takes less than an hour to complete.

  1. Check all the smoke detectors in you and your teammates homes to make sure they are working properly.
  2. Identify the top risk in your community (tornado hurricane, forest fire) and create a disaster preparedness plan to post in your home.
  3. Create a disaster preparedness kit for your home including 3 of the following items: soap, bandages, tweezers, thermometer, gloves, scissors, safety pins, antiseptic


You can check in each day through this Friday for the latest challenges (3 per day) at www.dosomething.org/hunt/challenges

Follow these moms as they share how their family takes on these challenges for the rest of the week.

Chelsea: Someday I'll Learn. Follow Chelsea on Twitter at @somdayilllearn

Marina: Energizer Bunnies' Mommy Reports. Follow Marina on Twitter @ebmommy

Mandy: Read Write Mom. Follow Mandy on Twitter @thereadwritemom


Melinda: Look What Mom Found. Follow Melinda on Twitter @LkWhatMomFound

Brandy: Not So Average Mama. Follow Brandy on Twitter @StitchBlade

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