Want to network together for Project 680?

What can it look like for local businesses and households to network together for the sake of homeless students? I wanted to share a vision with you and ask you to consider getting involved.

Project 680 is doing an underwear drive for homeless students, so I figured a group of us could team up to help this important effort by pitching in. If 17 local businesses or familes each donate 25 pairs of underwear and my company donates 100, we’ll hit 500 pairs with ease. This team-approach will help us maximize results and put a big dent in Project 680’s goal to collect nearly 3000 pairs of new underwear by May 11, 2011.

If you do join the team, you’ll get a link below, links on the Project 680 website and SacTube, recognition on the P680 Facebook page, kudos on Twitter (and some other stuff too). Of course, the best thing you’ll get is the knowledge you did something good.

The All-Star Project 680 Donor Team
1.   Orange County Cellular
2.   JanMac Appraisals (Janice McNally)
3.   RosevilleandRocklin.com: Coldwell Banker Steve Ostrom & Team
4.   CTP Business & Personal Development Coaching
5.   Jenny Lundquist – Author
6.   Market Small
7.   Body Investment Studio       
8.   Soroptimist Organization in Rancho Cordova
9.   Mitchell Middle School in Rancho Cordova PTSA   
10.  Vice-Mayor David Sander City of Rancho Cordova     
11.  TBA      
12.  TBA      
13.  TBA      
14.  TBA      
15.  TBA      
16. TBA
17.   Lundquist Appraisal Company

This is a great way to maximize results and do a little good together. Business isn’t just about making money, but about making a meaningful difference in people’s lives. Let me know if you’re interested in getting involved.

If you have any real estate appraisal, consulting, or property tax appeal needs in the Greater Sacramento Region, contact me at 916.595.3735, by email, on our appraiser website or via Facebook


  1. says

    I got my underoos! What a great way to help out some kids in need. Totally dig the Mother Teresa quote by the way. We maybe are limited in our ability to do GREAT things, but we can do small things with GREAT love! Thanks for the inspiration Ryan!

    • says

      Way to go, Scott. Thanks so much. I remember wearing underoos as a kid. That is a very powerful quote by Mother Theresa. It’s one of my favorites. So many times it’s easy to feel like we can’t make a difference because a problem seems too big. But if we just start somewhere, we’ll begin to chip away at the problem. I look forward to getting together in a couple weeks. Keep up the great work, Scott.

    • says

      Thanks, Heather. And you are a part of the merry number of helpers. You can expect a photo to surface after those undies come via Amazon. Be on the lookout. Thank you again.


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