Bill Cosby, People's Inaugural Ball philanthropist team up for volunteering
{ "movie":"http://media10.washingtonpost.com/wp/swf/OmniPlayer.swf", "id":"oplayer-video-swf", "width":"100%", height:"100%", "vars":{ "title":"Bill Cosby, People\'s Inaugural Ball philanthropist team up for volunteering", "stillURL":"http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/photo/2010/01/19/PH2010011903290.jpg", "mediaQueryString":"http://static.washingtonpost.com/wp/swf/OmniPlayer.swf?id=01192010-19v&flvURL=/media/2010/01192010-19v&playAds=true&adZone=wpni.video.metro&canShare=true&jsonURL=http%3A%2F%2Fmedia.washingtonpost.com%2Fmedia%2Fmeta%2F2010%2F01%2F19%2F01192010-19v.jsn" }, "params":{ "allowFullScreen":"true" } }

Bill Cosby, People's Inaugural Ball philanthropist team up for volunteering

Comedian Bill Cosby and Northern Virginia philanthropist Earl W. Stafford (and creator of People's Inaugural Ball) announce the creation of Doing Good: The People's Project, an Internet-based charitable organization, to draw more Americans into volunteering by exposing them to others' good deeds. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

© 2010 The Washington Post