Well-Come to Agent for Change, a blog created by Marly Silverman, to serve as a catalyst for change that is much needed on the issues affecting millions of individuals stricken with neuroendocrineimmune disorders worldwide. Through this blog I want to share ideas, exchange, communicate and find solutions for everyday living. The goal is to pursue quality of life that will make a difference in the lives of individuals with neuroendocrineimmune disorders (NEIDs).

Saturday, August 20, 2011

My Idea on Pepsi Refresh Has Been Randomly Selected-Two More Steps to Go

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I recently entered another idea on Pepsi Refresh, which I was informed it made through the random selection, meaning that it has met the basic guidelines of the project and it has made through the first step of the charity Pepsi Refresh Project. I sincerely believe the idea is feasible and it will enhance quality of life for many in the NeuroEndocrineImmune diseases community.

The idea is already gathering support from patients, my friends, my family and many patient advocates colleagues, all who are rooting for my idea to move to the next phase: to be posted for public voting. The idea also has the support of PANDORA, of Rocky Mountain CFS and FM Association, CFS Solutions of West Michigan, Phoenix Rising, CFSKnowledgecenter.com for now. As we share the effort with other organizations we hope they will help promote it too. 

Meanwhile, there are a few things in which I could use your help and support. It will take no more than 5 minutes of  of your time. Please go to this web page and choose whatever way you can make your own contribution to promote the idea in deriving community support so my idea can be deemed feasible leading to its successful implementation. 

I also take this opportunity to encourage others to submit their own ideas, which can also benefit the NeuroEndocrineImmune Diseases community to this worthwhile project by Pepsi. It is a great opportunity to create awareness, generate buzz for our community concerns and mostly important to the plight of individuals stricken with these disabling, debilitating and devastating, sometimes fatal diseases. 

Thank you for all that you do. 

P.S.: Check out the new revised international version of the winning PSA (public service announcement) video from ME/CFS Worldwide Patient Alliance on PANDORATV youtube channel. 


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