Hello Canada! Here's a chance to show how much you care! We’re donating $50,000 to charity and you get to help choose who receives it.
Here’s how it works. We've selected three organizations doing notable work in Canada: WWF-Canada, YWCA and The David Suzuki Foundation.
From November 5 through November 26, we’re asking people across the country to cast their votes on our Facebook page for one of these awesome organizations. The organization that receives the most votes will take the top award: $25,000. Second place will receive $15,000 and third place will receive $10,000.
We are inspired by the good works of all these organizations and this giveaway is our way of saying "thank you" and of spreading the work about those who are making a difference in our world.
It only takes a moment to cast your vote, so please, do your part and then **SHARE** OUR FACEBOOK CHARITY GIVEAWAY PAGE with your Facebook friends to help your charity of choice get votes.
Now, a bit about these worthy charities…
WWF-Canada aims to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. It is calling on all Canadians to protect the Great Bear region from the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline. The region is a true ecological treasure: One of the world’s largest remaining intact coastal temperate rain forest ecosystems. To learn more visit: wwf.ca/greatbear
The David Suzuki Foundation
The David Suzuki Foundation motivates Canadians to take action on the environmental challenges we collectively face through a combination of sound science and active public outreach. The Foundation is finding solutions to help build a sustainable low-carbon future, protect habitats, and address toxic chemicals in our environment. To learn more visit: www.davidsuzuki.org
YWCA Canada works to build a strong voice for women, foster a healthy start for children and promote an equitable society. With a network of 34 YWCAs in communities across Canada, YWCA provides 1.5 million hours of early learning care each year to Canadian children and operates 30 shelters and over 1,000 beds for women and children leaving domestic abuse. To learn more visit: www.ywcacanada.ca