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« on: March 04, 2007, 06:15:45 PM »

Welcome to Favorville!
The first-of-its kind web community where regular people help each other.
Be a part of a social experiment in good will.
Request help from people in your neighborhood.
Help others in your community.

Favorville.com is a social networking tool which provides members with the opportunity to help and be helped by others. With Favorville, members can post help requests, offer help and help grow the community. Favorville makes it easy to get in touch and build lasting connections with helpful neighbors, both in your locale or across the global village.

How does it work?
Ask yourself this. If someone you didn’t know asked for your help, would you help? Maybe… How about if that person requesting helped lived in your neighborhood – would you help? Probably.

Here at Favorville we feel strongly that most people, given the opportunity, will indeed help others. In a nutshell, that’s why we created this site – to facilitate the exchange of helpful acts. Whether it’s giving a neighbor a lift into the city, lending someone a ladder or offering someone advice, help is help and the world needs more of it.


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