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Buy at the Group’s #Shop

Support the group by buying at the Group’s #Support souvenirs shop. This little and sweet shop, was set up with the generous support of the Group members, who generously provided the window-view photos to be used on the items.

The shop was set up to provide the necessary funding to support the project’s dedicated work of management, moderation, and development, and to allow a sustainable way to maintain the Group and to keep the project flourishing.

If our Group and community is important to you, buy at the shop, it will help the project very much, and you will enjoy a great memory and souvenirs from our special community.


Say “Yes” on this post

Since its creation, our Group has been relying on the generous round-the-clock activity of volunteers. The team is working hard to keep the Group loyal to its loving nature.

As we start opening up our cities, and people go back to their daily responsibilities, we can no longer rely on volunteers. If you would like to see the Group continue to flourish, there needs to be a sustainable way to maintain it. If our Group and community is important to you, there’s a way that you can help. At this time, your support is needed.

How can you help? We are looking for some volunteers who will give permission to use, gratis, their photos from the Group. If you agree, please let us know if you would to say yes, by adding a positive note on the comments field of this post.

Get your Group-posts and photos highlighted on the Group’s Blog. Become a Blog author.

If you have been posting regularly on the group, either stories or photos, the Group’s StoryBlog and PhotoBlog, are great stages to have your content highlighted and displayed on.

We will copy and paste your posts and photos from the group to the blog, and you will become an author of the blog. You will have an author page like this one (with your photo and a short bio). That way, all your posts will be located in a single space, your personal blog, for you and your fans to enjoy and following your content.

The StoryBlog and the PhotoBlog are a a great stage for Group members to display their talents and their contributions to society, as well an effective tool for spreading the positive message of our Group to additional audiences.

Interested? Write us to participate@fromyourwindow.com

Join the Group’s Team of Moderators

Would you like to be a moderator on the Facebook group? We always need assistance with the round-the-clock moderation the group, of moderators from different time zone. The tasks of a moderator includes approving membership requests, approving posts, monitoring content and comments, dealing with spam and spammers, and so on. It’s an exciting, as well as intense. There’s a lot of interesting new things to learn about the back-end of a Faecbook group.

Interested? Write us to participate@fromyourwindow.com


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