Amanda Kingsley Malo donated 2018-08-23 10:27:09 -0400215 donors2000 donors
First, we marched. Now, we move forward.
On January 21, 2017 thousands of Canadians, many of us waving signs and wearing pointy-eared pink hats, gathered in cities and towns across the country to show solidarity with the massive Women’s March in Washington.
Women, and their allies, in Canada, came to march, speak and make our voices heard. But it doesn’t end here - now is not the time to hang up our marching shoes - it’s time to get our friends, family, and community together and make history.
Today, our mission is to inspire, unite and lead the charge for the advancement of women across Canada. Our vision is to make equality of women in Canada the new norm.
All dollars raised will support Women's March Canada efforts moving forward. At this time, Women's March Canada, while registered as a not for profit organization, is not a registered charity and we are unable to issue official donation receipts for income tax purposes.
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Amanda Kingsley Malo published What Canadians Can Do After Charlottesville in Blog 2017-08-17 23:56:34 -0400
You might feel helpless right now, but you don’t have to. You can make a difference.
The “Unite the Right” rally descended on Charlottesville, Virginia to spread their message of hate, racism and anti-Semitism. A counter-protest was held. A driver drove into a crowd and killed 32-year-old Heather Heyer and injured at least 19 others. Solidarity protests and vigils have been taking place all over the United States, and several have begun popping up all over Canada, as well.Read more
Amanda Kingsley Malo published Letter Writing Campaigns: How To Make Change Happen in Blog 2017-06-25 13:32:49 -0400
Our members of parliament, members of provincial parliament, and town/city councillors have a unique job requirement—they must cast a vote on issues that affect their constituents, and try to vote with that in mind. They're not mind-readers. They can only vote based on the information they have. This is why it's important that you contact your political representative to let them know how you feel about whatever is at stake.Read more
Amanda Kingsley Malo commented on Small Towns Leading the Way in Representation 2017-06-25 14:35:03 -0400Thank you, Tery!
Amanda Kingsley Malo wants to volunteer 2017-05-06 13:29:28 -0400
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Amanda Kingsley Malo
Amanda Kingsley Malo is an elementary school teacher, a dedicated volunteer and a trailblazing activist. She holds a Bachelor of Arts with a major in history from the University of Ottawa and a Bachelor of Education from Laurentian University. She successfully completed a fellowship in community organization with the Liberal Party of Canada (Ontario), and was a Community Team Organizer for the Liberal Party of Canada during the 2015 federal election. She is a proud Franco-Ontarian who lives her life fully immersed in both of Canada's official languages and has put her love of the French language as a French as a second language teacher to elementary school students. She is also the founder of PoliticsNOW, a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to helping women get elected to municipal councils all over northern Ontario. Amanda is the winner of CBC's #WeAretheChange, a contest contest that highlighted innovative community changemakers all across Canada.
Amanda is dedicated to the betterment of her community in many ways. Having decided long ago that she feels most like herself when she is giving back to others, Amanda has fully immersed herself to contributing to a long-lasting positive legacy in northern Ontario, and is hopeful that her efforts will be felt all over Canada. In her free time, Amanda can be found travelling, getting caught in a Wikipedia vortex and gossiping about celebrities. She lives in Sudbury, Ontario with her husband Jeff.