100 Champions Getting Together to Give
Today is “Giving Tuesday.” Now more than ever, this day has active meaning.
As we all know, recent political changes south of the border have had severe repercussions. Racist and xenophobic attacks have increased here in Canada and around the world. Now more than ever, the Mosaic Institute’s work in providing safe spaces for learning and dialogue is needed.
But in order to tackle the complex problems brought about by racism and xenophobia, we need the support of others. This is why we are writing to you today, to ask you to become a MOSAIC CHAMPION.
We are inviting 100 CHAMPIONS like yourself to become founding members of our Champions Circle through a gift of $1,000. Through the power of collective giving, members will enable us to work with more Canadian communities, enhance our research capacity, and amplify the impact of our work to influence social change.
If you choose to be a Mosaic Champion, you will be meeting with other Champions who share the same passion for meaningful social change. Members will be invited to upcoming events, where distinguished speakers including Margaret MacMillan, Irwin Cotler, Murray Sinclair, Phil Fontaine, Joseph Boyden and others, will be leading the conversation.
As a Champion, you can choose to make a one-time gift of $1,000, or the best way to support our work is through a monthly gift of $85 to our CHAMPIONS’ CIRCLE. Monthly members spread their support over small monthly instalments and gives the Institute a dependable base of support to count on.
If we each give a little, we all get a lot. This #GivingTuesday, give the gift of peace by becoming our CHAMPION and join us in tackling racism and xenophobia in Canada, and around the world.
Bernie M. Farber
Executive Director, The Mosaic Institute
P.S. This holiday season, you can also make a gift in any amount to the Mosaic Institute in somebody’s name. Just let us know their name and address in the online comment section, and we will send them a card to inform them that your gift has been received in their honour.
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