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5 (Free) Things You Can Do to Support ADHDA

Tue, Jan 07, 2014

5 (Free) Things You Can Do to Support Astoria Downtown Historic District Association in Less than 5 Minutes.

1.  Tell someone about us.

Despite our modern age, word of mouth is still the best way to get people excited about the projects and programs .  Sharing our story with others is a fabulous form of support and is more meaningful.

2. Like us on Facebook and share our page with your friends.

We regularly update our page with information about the restoration, upcoming events as well as share what’s happening in our community.

3. Follow us on Twitter and retweet a post.

Twitter is our other social media platform of choice. We post links and blurbs about what is happening with the project. Feel free to retweet us!

4. Buy something on Amazon and support us using Amazon Smile.

When you make a purchase on AmazonSmile, Amazon will donate 0.05% toward the nonprofit of your choice.

5. Sign up for our e-newsletter or forward our current edition to a friend.

Our newsletter hits your inbox at the beginning of the month to update you about what is going on and our upcoming events.  This is a great way to stay in the loop if you do not use social media. (Our newsletter sign-up can be found on our homepage.)


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