Internet Marketing Agency to Build for a Good Cause

Vinny La Barbera
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Vinny La Barbera

On Saturday, November 20, 2010 imFORZA will be participating in a Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles Build Day at their Lynwood, CA site by giving back with sweat equity! We are all very excited about our first “imFORZA Build Day” and to help with this we are aiming to fundraise at least $5,000 as well.

“Our goal at imFORZA is to give back to our city by helping to support families, grow communities and build hope in the lives of families who have not been as fortunate as we have been” – – Vinny La Barbera Founder / CEO of imFORZA, LLC.


Why Habitat for Humanity?

Since 1990, Habitat for Humanity’s Greater Los Angeles region has helped to make affordable home ownership a reality for many low-income, working families, building more than 300 homes in California and the team at imFORZA wants to be a part of building that next home.
“I learned about Habitat for Humanity during a college internship 8 years ago and instantly fell in love with their cause. What Habitat does for families in need is like nothing I have ever seen. I hope that when the house we work on is completed and the ribbon is cut at the front door that we have the opportunity to share that special moment with the family receiving the home.” — Taysha Gregoire, Senior Web Marketing Specialist, imFORZA, LLC.

How Can You Help?

If you wish to support our efforts to raise funds that will continue to build safe, decent and affordable housing for many deserving families.
Please visit our Build-A-Thon site: imFORZA Build-A-Thon Donation Site.
Every contribution counts and makes a lasting impact.  We have successfully raised 11% of our goal and week one isn’t even over yet!
To all that support Habitat for Humanity, we say Thank You! Wish us luck and stay tuned for fundraising updates in the weeks to come!
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