TEDxPhoenixSalon - Iain Hamp - Equipping Volunteerism





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Published on Apr 10, 2012

- About Iain Hamp -

Iain Hamp is a founding board member of the Phoenix Community ToolBank and in this talk, he describes his initial encounter with the tool bank concept. He also discusses his work bringing this kind of resource to local non-profit organizations and how they can benefit from it.

- About TEDxPhoenixSalon -

Bob Diehl - Curator, Co-Licensee
Wardah Jamil - Co-Licensee, Registration
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Flannery Diehl - Registrar
Jay Lee - Videographer
Jeremy Stapleton - Photographer

*Slide intro photo of Kiel Johnson's Paper City 2.0 courtesy of Michael Brands for the TED Conferences LLC on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/tedconfe...

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