We wanted to thank all who have made contact regarding how we are all going up here in Queensland during the flood crisis.
Thank you all so much for your kind and thoughtful wishes and offers of help.
We on the Gold Coast have been very fortunate to have been spared from the flood crisis that has hit such a massive portion of the entire state (75%). Tragically, so many others have not been as fortunate.
We all have family and friends who while safe, have been very much impacted by the course of the last few days and weeks. We have family, friends, staff, faculty members and members who have been directly in the water’s path and who are experiencing its aftermath as we speak.
We are all thinking of them and those people who have lost homes and businesses as a result of this crisis.
We are also thinking of those who have so tragically lost their lives, and for the heartache of the families they leave behind. Ours and we are sure, your thoughts and prayers are with them at this terrible time.
There is such a sense of helplessness that accompanies this when you witness it from a far or even relatively close.
So what can we all do to help?
Here’s what we plan to do – and we are asking for your input and support;
- We are in the process of getting the support of a bunch of internet marketers from close to home, to far and wide to raise much needed funds to help with the massive recovery.
We are putting it all together right now, but to make certain we get the maximum result possible we are going to take a few days to put all the appropriate steps in place.
Just like so many thousands of Australian’s, we want to make sure we can contribute in the most impactful way possible. So please stay tuned in the coming days for an email about how you can show your support.
In the mean time, if you also have ideas for how our Our Internet Secrets community can help, please go to the blog at www.OurInternetSecrets.com and leave your comments on your ideas, thoughts and suggestions.
This is truly a time of tremendous need and we look forward together to helping in a way that has the greatest impact.
Andrew and Daryl Grant