Taking a few minutes to contribute to Cisco’s Online Support Community has exponential effects on network professionals around the world. These are people who leverage the knowledge found on this and similar online communities to do their jobs better. Tagging is a simple yet critical task that enables online communities of practice to multiply their impact. Take a few minutes out of your day to TAG a discussion, document, video, or blog, and Cisco will donate $1 to Teachers Without Borders. Read More »
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Today, we are excited to launch our newest charity campaign, “Give a Click.”
From now until the end of July, Cisco will donate $1 to Teachers Without Borders and NetHope for every new person who subscribes to our YouTube channel (as well as current subscribers).
We believe people want to help change the world—and our Give a Click campaign makes it simple to do so. Just one click helps brings aid organizations online, gives teachers and children access to technology…and much more.
Making a Difference—One Person at a time
All of us reading this blog may take for granted that we can connect with people whether they are in a coffee shop in Shanghai, on a research mission in Antarctica, or even on a space shuttle. Even more important, we take our basic needs for granted, such as fresh running water and electricity, learning how to read and write—having access to teachers.
Yet so many people in this world lack all of these. One way to help is to bring tools, technology, and connectivity to people of need. That’s why we chose NetHope and Teachers Without Borders for this campaign—two charities that are using communication technologies to change the world.
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