When I had written the constitution for Project The Remote Influencer - PTRI, I wrote that, 'helping' society is one of the aims for PTRI. I did not elaborate on this point. The reason for this is simple. I want group members to be creative when it comes to the ways in which we can help society. The great thing about group or club constitutions, is : The rules can always be updated, changed over the course of time. They are not always set in stone.
Do you like the images above? In the top image, you see groups of people using internet devices. I chose that image as it is the foundation for PTRI. Our work is internet based. In person work can and will be a part of PTRI. However, most of the work is done online. As of February 2021, 1.8 billion people use Facebook groups every month. Adweek says there are 620 million groups on Facebook. These stats are impressive to say the least. As I have said many times in the past, there's great potential with Facebook groups.
In regard to Facebook groups, group members can come from countries across the globe. This extends what one would call a community. Facebook groups are virtual communities. I run several Facebook groups. I now reside in Luton, UK. I had lived in the USA for over 16 years as well. I will be looking to recruit potential Facebook group members from Luton too. I have a soft spot in my heart for Luton. I had lived in this town before I had moved to America as a green card resident. I came back to live in Luton in Feb 2006. I am working on a self initiated project that's geared toward helping my town to advance in several ways. I will write more about this in future posts.