Blogathon Vancouver 2008: Meet the Participants – Mehnaz


Saturday, July 26th, 2008 — 3:30pm PST
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Mehnaz Thawer – Mehnaz was one of the first people to sign up for Blogathon Vancouver, and this truly inspired me (and made me thankful I’d found her super entertaining blog). She was able to reach out to her charity and they even included her Blogathon effort in a press release:

“Blogging is an excellent way to bring together networks of people with similar interests and to expand the pool of knowledge and exchange ideas. I found out about the Blogathon through a local newspaper and have had a chance to connect with many people through my blog. Blogs are a quick and easy way to get the most current information to audiences.” [AFABC]

Mehnaz’s website: Strawberry Ghetto
Mehnaz’s cause: Adoptive Families Association of BC
Mehnaz’s Blogathon motivation: “One in three people are touched by adoption, and this year as part of blogathon 2008, local Coquitlam/Burnaby blogger Mehnaz Thawer has chosen the Adoptive Families Association of BC as her charity of choice. Thawer, who has been a blogger for two years, realizes the impact AFABC has on many families and knows the importance of blogging in social movements and creating awareness.” [AFABC Press Release]


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  1. strawberryghetto says:

    Thank you for the nice words, Rebecca.
    Glad you got back home safely. We’re nearly reaching the end 🙂

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