Volunteer snow angels – Let me Google that for you

It’s March in Canada and a lot of communities have received large amounts of snow this week. A lot of municipal services are at their budget’s snow removal cap with the snowy season coming to an end. The internet allows us to pull together where our tax dollars aren’t enough with programs like Snow Angels. While I’ve never volunteered for this service, it seems like a great way for young people to give back to communities while helping seniors maintain independence and mobility – a win-win. It’s also a chance for me to use a new tool called Let Me Google That For You (LMGTFY). It’s a Google link sharing service that shows my audience my search query and also loads the results (real time). So if you’re snowed in and you want to learn more about Snow Angels in your location, check this out: LMGTFY


About Jennifer Stern

Blogger, writer, mother, daughter, wife - I'm firmly planted in the sandwich generation. I've spent years writing about technology and how to use it in the business world. Now I'm turning my vocation into passion and writing for a greater audience, those who can most benefit from convenience but who may be tech-shy. Welcome to Digital Seniors!