Atlanta, GA, December 13, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Visionary People is a participating sponsor for PADV.org this holiday season. This holiday season you have a chance to put smiles on many women and children faces that desperately need that warmth feeling in their heart. If you ever wonder how I can give back this is the perfect opportunity to change the lives of many through your giving.
In Visionary’s People “Quarter of Hope” through its Target 1000 Campaign giving has been made easy. Visionary People ask you to come along on this quest to be a light of hope in such a merry season in their “12 Days of Giving.” Any business or individual can join then in sponsoring the PADV organization. Contributions will be accepted now until the December, 18th 2012 at The BizLynks Center 3665 Club Drive, Suite 107, Duluth, GA 30096.
Visionary People is a business consulting and marketing company that specializes in strategy and execution resulting in the transformation of your vision into reality.
Join Visionary People on December, 18 2012 at 7pm for a night in “Winter Wonderland of Giving.” This event is to help raise awareness and contributions for the women and children of the PADV organization, while networking and enjoying the reality of a vision through Target 1000 Campaign at The BizLynks Center.
The Target 1000 Campaign is the charitable division of the Visionary People Company to ensure that they consistently affect positive change. Through this change thousands of lives have been impacted for the greater cause of humanity. Visionary People’s Target 1000 Campaign has facilitated the collection of food items, clothing, books, book bags, toys, gifts, monetary drives and household items for daily living.
To learn more about this event and the items that can be giving visit www.visionarypeoplearise.com for a complete view. Call 678-390-2681 or email Rubin@visionarypeoplearise.com for further information. Visionary People look forward to seeing you help in our mission to “Positively Impact the Global Community 1000 lives At A Time.”