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Position: Pull-Together Events Organizer
Organization: Pull-Together Campaign
Location: anywhere in Canada

Are you passionate about protecting the environment and human rights?

Want to stop tar sands pipelines and stand with First Nations communities?

Please fill out this form if you are interested in organizing an event in your community! It could be a bake sale, a concert, a pancakes not pipelines brunch, a movie night, or a rally!

Pull Together is a tangible way individuals, communities and businesses can provide support to First Nations legal cases and moral support to everyone on the front lines against this project.

Funds will go directly to Tsliel-Waututh and Coldwater First Nations against the Kinder Morgan oil pipeline. Know that dollar for dollar all donations will be matched.

You can organize a Pull Together solidarity event anywhere against the Kinder Morgan tar sands pipeline and tankers.

Pull-together is an initiative by RAVEN trust, Sierra Club BC and the Force of Nature Alliance, check out Pull-Together.ca for more info!

 

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GoodWork ID: 38303       Date posted to GoodWork.ca: Feb 16 2017