Social Media day of giving on Long Island

Basil C. Puglisi of the Puglisi Consulting Group, Inc. will join a group of Social Media Pro’s to help Long Island Non-profits jump onto the Social Media wave. The event slated for Oct. 19, 2010 at Touro Law Center is expected to be a great event.

Mr. Puglisi explains, “I feel the same as every other volunteer, it’s a chance to give back for a great bunch of causes. When we think about supporting charities or non-profits we are too quick to think with a check book, this is an opportunity for Long Island’s top Social Media Pro’s to give back in a way that should help them grow for years to come”

On October 19, at Touro Law Center, representatives from 17 Long Island non-profit agencies join a group of outstanding volunteer social-media practitioners to share wisdom and hands-on help in a program that starts at 9:30 a.m. and ends at 2:30. We hope the relationships sparked in this session will continue into the future and that giving is a part of every social media practitioner’s work flow.

The Social Media Day of Giving is a grassroots effort on Long Island organized by Mo Krochmal in close collaboration with: Jonathan Ezor, the director of the Touro Law Center Institute for Business, Law and Technology, and an assistant professor of Law and Technology; and Erica Chase, coordinator, HWCLI Smart Government for Strong Families Coalition; and Thomas Maligno, executive director, William Randolph Hearst Public Advocacy Center.

The Day of Giving was inspired by Jeff Pulver’s Day of Giving in Detroit (retrieved 10/17/2010 from



  1. Thanks for publicizing the Day of Giving! See you tomorrow! {Jonathan Ezor}

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