I would like your help with this Facebook vote for funding for our Campus community garden, you can vote once per day and it would significantly help our garden. You just have to lets this app thingy access but you would be doing a solid favour for me! Description is below if you want to read up on it:
“A picture of Sustain SU’s community garden. We hope to use some of the money to help repair the greenhouse and compost bins in the Community Garden, as both were built with grant funding in years past, and are in dire need of some maintenance to keep the garden operable in the coming years. Additional funds will be used to help finance events at the garden (ex. community BBQs, how-to workshops) where community members can learn about local food production and other sustainable food practices.”
- A description of the reason why we need funding from the Executive Director of Sustain SU, Stephy.
Oh my god the NOTES
HAD TO REBLOG AGAIN !!!
there are only a little over 9million users on Tumblr..almost every single damn person has liked this post. Tumblr has the power!
Never not reblogging because it gets truer and truer every day.
I WILL REBLOG EVERY TIME I SEE IT UNTIL NOVEMBER 6TH
I’m curious to see if this can reach 10 million notes by election day…. WHAT SAY YOU TO THIS CHALLENGE, TUMBLR?
tumblr takes up your challenge!
Phone bank volunteer Carmen Gimenez in the Romney campaign office in Hialeah, Florida, says almost everyone they call is voting for Romney. She says only two of her 50 daily phone calls reached people who said they were voting for President Obama. One man, she said, was so against Obama’s reelection, he came up with a comparison: “If a crocodile from the 4th canal swamp postulates, I’d rather vote for it, so that it eats Obama up.”
Where is the "add to cart" button? I want that boy with overnight delivery.
By Marc LeBlanc
- Good article that talks about the tax inequality of municipal governments compared to Provincial and Federal. This being coupled with the trend of the downward passing of responsibility of social programs and maintenance of infrastructure within cities are creating a dire situation for municipalities to choose where to spend money. Give this article my synopsis does not do it justice.