Ways To Help Problems Anonymous succeed:
1 - Volunteer to promote Problems Anonymous website (ProblemsAnonymous.org) using social media.
2 - Volunteer to be interviewed on an online meeting (click "Interviews" on the top menu to see sample interview questions).
3 - Volunteer to be on the panel for the tele-meetings (if you are a teenager or adult and good at public speaking).
4 - Volunteer to start a Facebook (or other) group supporting Problems Anonymous.
5 - Volunteer to start a Problems Anonymous chapter in your own company or school (permission needed and help provided from head office in Toronto).
6 - Volunteer to be on the Problems Anonymous Advisory Board (to advise the founder via conference calls: e.g., how to expand ).
7 - Volunteer to approach potential corporate sponsors.
8 - Organize a fundraiser for the non-profit Problems Anonymous.
9 - Listen to some tele-meetings (one hour each) and provide feedback (in an e-mail to info@ProblemsAnonymous.org) about what you liked and didn't.
Note: Volunteer hours can count for high school compulsory community service (40 hours in Ontario)