WORKSHOP: Volunteer Mapping for Ebola’s First Responders

map of ebolaContribute Today and MAP FOR HUMANITY!
Register for this easy to learn and then map on your own time or, sponsor this hands-on workshop.

Join world-wide contributors and help create the maps which are being used in the fight against Ebola.

Easy to make, these maps are for first responders including the World Health Organization (WHO), Red Cross, Doctors Without Borders and others.

It is quick and very easy to learn. All you need is a computer and an Internet connection. Come to the workshop and learn how to plot the paths and roadways to remote villages using an easy mapping program and satellite images.

First responders need your help today.
This is a one hour workshop. Join this remarkable opportunity to contribute and truly make a difference.

Please Register in Advance

For more information contact Theresa Clary <>

Wednesday, Sept. 17th at 7:00 p.m.: Starr Library, Rhinebeck, NY
Thursday, Sept. 18th,at 7:00 p.m.:St. Mark’s Church (Fr. Leonard Hall), Pittsfield MA

Other Information:
-workshop participants must be computer literate and intent savvy.
-Participants need a computer and an internet connection so they can create the maps at home.
-Bring laptops only–no ipads
-Sponsor a workshop-provide room with internet connection and publicity