New RAPID RESPONSE RESOURCE for vets and armed forces, RCMP or emergency personnel needing help


We’re moving the concept of Red Fridays into a whole new dimension. Jeff Rose-Martland of OUR DUTY website is organizing a national who’s-who list of volunteers willing to help vets and current service people in distress. Please look over the information he requires and join our national team. This action is part of our volunteer solidarity to restore Canada to our own great nation again. BONNIE

FROM JEFF:

Since we accomplished some amazing rapid response actions last week, it occurs to me that it might be in our interests to compile a list of what each of us is specializing in.  Perhaps we can find others to partner with but at least we’d have a clearer idea of who to ask for information/assisstance when we need it. 

Even if you are not specifically involved in a campaign but want to help, add yourself to the list and what you might be able to help with (ie, research, calling old contacts for info) or be willing to help with (homeless outreach, PTSD friends/peer counselling, hospital visits).

You may add your location, so we know where you can help.

You may also add email address and phone number.  If you don’t want to post it online, you can mail it to me: exec@ourduty.org

PLEASE: Don’t sign on multiple lists.  This notice is being posted in several locations but all the info comes back to ONE person for sorting.  We don’t want to have to delete a whole lot of duplicates or wonder if there really could be more than one Zipper Head, and what that might mean for the universe.

Together, we have already made a difference.  Together, we can make the change we want.

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