OutoftownBlog Joins Habitat for Humanity’s First Social Media Circle!

The Internet has done a lot of good since its inception, and it’s getting even better as new developments are being made as well. But it’s not just useful for entertaining yourself – there are numerous useful, productive things you can do with your time online that can benefit other people and the world around you.

Kuya Tonipet Gaba - Habitat Ambassador
Kuya Tonipet Gaba – Habitat Ambassador

Habitat for Humanity is among the organizations that realize the importance of reaping the Internet’s benefits when you want to get a message out to as many people as possible, and their latest move in this regard has been the creation of their “Social Media Circle”, which OutoftownBlog is proud to now be a part of!

What can we do?

What Habitat wants from bloggers like us is help with promoting their work, and to serve as a connection between people outside of the organization, and those contributing to the actual projects. In addition, it’s important to establish a solid, well-known profile for the organization in social media circles, and of course, what better way to do that than with the help of volunteer bloggers from all over the Web!

Habitat for Humanity Online Champion
Habitat for Humanity Online Champion

Travel bloggers in particular are a great crowd to help out in this, as we always have an interesting story to share and captivate readers, while we also have the power to give people a new perspective on everything around the world but don’t think that your contributions will be insignificant – the power is exactly in your hands, and you can definitely achieve a lot!

So spread the word, make sure people all over your social media circles find out about Habitat for Humanity and what they’re doing, and if you are currently preparing your next amazing story to share on your blog, take a second to think if you can’t link it to Habitat in some way and help do your part.

Taking the extra step

But it doesn’t end there! If you want to be more directly involved with Habitat for Humanity, you can volunteer to do some actual work, cooperating with other Habitat volunteers as well as members of the organization, and bringing peace and serenity to the places you contribute work to.

Habitat for Humanity's First Social Media Circle
Habitat for Humanity’s First Social Media Circle

If you’re feeling generous as well, or know people who’re involved with charities and fundraisers, you can also take part in the fundraiser organized by Habitat, where you can contribute to the cause and help the organization build the financial foundation they need to continue their work. Any little bit helps, so stop by the website and see what you can do.

The amazing ways in which the Internet impacts our lives will keep getting better and better – but you have the opportunity to be at the forefront of this revolution right now. Take part in what Habitat is doing, and years from now you’ll be able to look back and realize that you’ve done a lot more for this world than some people even dream of achieving. All the while helping enrich people with tales of your travels around the world, and bringing cultures and communities closer with your writing!

Visit thier website at and like them on facebook at to get more updates.

Written by Melo Villareal

Melo Villareal is the Online Publisher of He is an Accountant by profession who left the corporate world at the age of 23 to explore his beautiful country and the rest of the world. Today, Melo works as a part-time Social Media Manager for local and international clients. His full-time work focuses on discovering interesting culture, explore different cuisines and take memorable photos from local and international destinations he's visiting.

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