GreenPAC is a non-partisan non-profit dedicated to building environmental leadership in Canadian politics. In the 2017 B.C. provincial election, we endorsed 6 candidates from across the political spectrum that had 10+ years pushing the needle forward on environmental issues. We then matched British Columbians with these candidates based on their specific environmental and political interests. From there, individuals donated time and money towards their matched candidates' campaign, and helped 3 of our Sustainable 6 get elected.
We're now gearing up for summer outreach in Victoria where we'll be chatting with folks at farmers markets, local festivals, eco-events and more! We have a fun, dedicated Victoria team that is looking for a few more members to meet new people, discuss eletion results, and help spread the word about GreenPAC! Is this something you might like to do? Check out position details below:
For more information about what volunteering would look like, please see our Volunteer Handbook. If you'd like to get started, or ask any questions, please don't hesitate to contact Kate at k.belmore greenpac.ca* . We look forward to working with you! :)
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GoodWork ID: 40930 Date posted to GoodWork.ca: Jan 2 2018