Consolidation for Social Awareness and Responsibility
Advocate for the Homeless
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Letter #3
The Homeless and the Olympics
  "There are two things of which we can be certain ...
the sun will rise; the sun will set - tomorrow - and
 what happens in between, is up to us."
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Simply (1) click on the respective links below, (2) activate your print function or copy the addresses depending on
whether you chose option 1or 2. (3) click the "back" button of your browser, and (4) repeat steps (1),(2) & (3)
until all letters are printed (est. 7 minutes). (5)While the letters (below) are printing, hand-address & stamp the envelopes.
For more information please refer to the letter writing process.
Please participate.   35% of the children in the Toronto area are estimated to live in poverty.
We anticpate that the numbers are similar for every urban centre in North America.
But Toronto is currently bidding to host the Olymics.  This campaign has an unprecedented opportunity!

Print the ready-made letters linked below.  Please mail them now.
Inspire leaders with established influence to "Help those who help the Homeless "
Eric Molson, Molson Inc. James Arnett, Molson Inc.
Pat Zeedick, Nike Canada Inc.
William Farlinger, Ontario Power Generation
Maureen Darkes, General Motors of Canada
Andrew Brandt, Liquor Control Board of Ontario
John Cleghorn, The Royal Bank of Canada
Jean Monty, Nortel (BCE Inc.)
Albert Gamper Jr., The CIT Group Inc.
Pat Damiel, Enbridge
D.J. Taylor, Enbridge
Eldred King, GO Transit
Frances Chung, GO Transit
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 Will You Make the Difference?
"Tell me the weight of a snowflake," a hawk asked a wild dove.  "Nothing more than nothing," was the answer.  "In that case I must tell you a marvelous story,"  said the hawk.  "I sat on the branch of a fir, close to its trunk.  It began to snow.  Not heavily, not a raging blizzard, no, just like in a dream, without any violence.  Since I had nothing better to do, I counted the snowflakes settling on the twigs and needles of my branch.  Their number was exactly 3,741,952 when the next snowflake dropped onto the branch - 'nothing more than nothing' as you say - and the branch broke off."  Having said that the hawk flew away.

The dove, since Noah's time an authority on peace, thought about the story for a while and finally said with resolve,

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