Cisco Community invites each of you to join Cisco in lending a hand to Doctors Without Borders; an independent, global movement providing medical aid where it’s needed most.
The Community Helping Community program is simple. Each time you do any of following activities listed below, Cisco will allocate $1 to donate. Once the total activities reach 10,000, we'll make the donation of up to $10,000 to Doctors Without Borders. The program will run until January 31st or up to a maximum donation of $10,000 USD, whichever comes first.
This is the list of activities that will count for the donation. Click each of the links in the list below to get the step by step process to accomplish any of these activities:
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Thank you in advance for helping! And not only will you be helping make Cisco Community better, you'll also be helping people across the globe who are ill.
We'll track our weekly progress using this thermometer on the homepage and other places throughout the community. Also, we’ll be providing updates of our progress with our Cisco Community social media channels. If you find that you would like to share this program as a way to spread goodwill this holiday season and into the New Year, you can do so via your own social network. When spreading the goodwill, be sure to use the hashtag #HelpingTheCommunity in your comments and contributions. And don’t forget – you can also tag Cisco Community on Twitter @cisco_support!
Thank you for helping the world while improving Cisco Community throughout this holiday season – and into the New Year!
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