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Vid campaign asks: Are you Share?

Share Family and Community Services is launching its own video I am Share campaign, asking people to send in photos and video of themselves holding a Share sign. - FILE PHOTO
Share Family and Community Services is launching its own video I am Share campaign, asking people to send in photos and video of themselves holding a Share sign.
— image credit: FILE PHOTO

What does Share Family and Community Services mean to you?

After 40 years serving the Tri-Cities, Anmore and Belcarra, Share is asking the community to take a moment and consider what role the non-profit social service agency has played in their lives and to make a statement — on video or in a photograph.

As part of its Imagine fundraising gala this year, Share is developing its "Building Community" theme with an "I am Share" video campaign.

People are encouraged to print an "I am Share" sign from the website (www.sharesociety.ca) and take a photo or a video of themselves while holding it in their workplace, classroom or any other local landmark or community location.

Full instructions are available on the website.

The Imagine gala is Share's primary fundraiser and will be held Saturday, March 9 at the Red Robinson Show Theatre at Boulevard Casino, 2080 United Blvd., Coquitlam.

 

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