Workshop: Developing a Fundraising Progam

Oyler Consulting Workshops

DEVELOPING A FUNDRAISING PROGRAM

COST:  $75 per person (for additional attendees from the same organization fees are reduced to $60)

CRA POLICY PRESENTATIONS

COST:  $35 per person per presentation, $60 for both presentations (for additional attendees from the same organization fees are reduced to $30 for one presentation, $50 for both)

DATES & LOCATIONS 

Berwick – Thursday, November 1, Berwick Town Hall, 236 Commerical Street
Bridgewater – Wednesday, November 7, Meeting Room, Lunenburg County Lifestyle Centre, 135 North Park Street
Truro – Tuesday, November 13, Willows Room – 2nd Floor, Colchester East Hants Health Centre, 600 Abenaki Road

For more information or to register please contact: David Oyler: david@oylerconsulting.ca , (902) 476-4755

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A chance to upcycle: Donate Your Old Keys!

Old keys can unlock something beautiful.

Adsum House For Women & Children needs your old, unwanted keys to help create their next fundraising campaign.

They are going to use them to create HOPE.

They can’t tell you exactly what that means right now – they want it to be a surprise – but they will say, it is going to be a beautiful work of art that will draw attention to the need for secure housing and support for homeless women. Your old keys can play a big part in raising awareness and inspiring donations.

You can drop them off or mail them to us by October 11 at:

Adsum House
Attn. Kathy McNab
2421 Brunswick St.
Halifax, NS, B3K 2Z4
Open 24 hrs. 

Or, if you put on a “Key Drive” and collect a large number of keys from co-workers, your school or your neighbourhood, we would be happy to pick them up.

For more information or to arrange a pick-up, please contact:

Kathy McNab – 902-422-3389 – kathy.mcnab@adsumforwomen.org

Public Consultation Sessions for Dollar Lake Provincial Park

Public Consultation Sessions for Dollar Lake Provincial Park

Come share your ideas for future planning of Dollar Lake Provincial Park

Monday, October 15th, 2018

2:00pm – 4:00pm and 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Brief Presentations Will Occur at 2:30pm and 6:30pm

Location: Elmsdale Fire and Emergency Services

720 Highway #2, Elmsdale, NS, B2S 1E9

For more information on how to get involved: https://novascotia.ca/natr/parks/management/

Contact: Parks, Outreach & Service Delivery Division

1-866-230-1586 or parkplanning@novascotia.ca

If you know someone who is interested in this Park but may not have been contacted, please request them to email parkplanning@novascotia.ca to be added to the list and/or pass the information of the session on to them.

Sign the 2030 Declaration for Climate Justice in Nova Scotia

The Imagine 2030 Network has been working among a wide array of environmental organizations, grassroots groups, labour organizations, Mi’kmaq people, and businesses on a Declaration for climate action, climate justice and the green economy here in Nova Scotia. The immediate goal of the campaign is to convince the Nova Scotia government to hold public consultations and to update the Environmental Goals and Sustainable Prosperity Act (EGSPA) to include ambitious climate justice targets.

The primary proposed climate target is a 50% reduction in provincial greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions below 1990 levels by 2030. If the province were to adopt this target and make it legally binding, many problematic fossil fuel developments being proposed in NS at present and in the future would be impossible to approve. The key, however, is to ensure these critical changes to our society go hand-in-hand with a just transition for workers and communities.

This Declaration has come from months of conversations within the network and beyond, and the advocated GHG target and jobs information is partly based on the Green Economy Network’s Climate Jobs Plan for Nova Scotia. While the Declaration is intentionally short and sweet, any organizations who sign on are encouraged to send a brief quote to be attached to the Declaration, highlighting why they signed on, why they think it is worthwhile, or just to add their own unique perspectives on climate justice.

The Declaration is provided below. If your organization will sign on to the Declaration, please forward your intent to Stephen Thomas, Energy Campaign Coordinator at EAC (stephen@ecologyaction.ca). If you would like to know more about the campaign before signing on, please get in touch with Stephen.

The launch event for the 2030 Declaration is at 10 AM on Thursday, August 30th at Hope Blooms in Halifax. Everyone is encouraged to attend!