Lifestyle & Recreation
12:54 pm
Wed February 13, 2013

Neighbors in Action: ePIFanyNOW

Since 2009, ePIFanyNOW's events, which promote random acts of kindness, have steadily grown in popularity. Above, the February 2012 participants.
Since 2009, ePIFanyNOW's events, which promote random acts of kindness, have steadily grown in popularity. Above, the February 2012 participants.
Credit Courtesy of Bob Hoffman

Each Wednesday in our Neighbors in Action segment, we feature a person or an organization that is working to make our community a better place.

This is a listener-generated segment, meaning that each week, the person or organization we highlight will be nominated by you.

For this week, we look at ePIFanyNOW, which organizes at least two events a year where everyone and anyone is invited to gather together and pass kindness forward. Started in 2009, the events have drawn so much interest that last year, ePIFanyNOW was featured on the CBS Evening News.

ePIFanyNOW founder Bob Hoffman, who is also the public relations director for
the Wharton Center, and participant Anne Craft, owner of UZoom Media, tell us about passing random acts of  kindness forward.

If you’d like to nominate someone or an organization to be featured on our Neighbors in Action segment, please send an email to Currentstate@wkar.org. Put “Neighbors in Action” in the subject line and tell us why you think they should be featured for the great work they do. You can even nominate yourself, if you like.

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