Meet the Interns
By Jaegar Hartwig, Multimedia Coordinator
Pacific Peoples’ Partnership has taken on three new interns for the summer, and they couldn’t be more excited to help with all the important work that we’ve got planned for the coming months!
All of our interns are post-secondary students who will be returning to their education in the fall, and in the meantime, have brought their individual talents and skills together to begin the process of organizing our various events and activities. Their job duties involve the planning and promotion of our annual One Wave Gathering that will occur in September, as well as facilitating other events and projects that PPP is involved with, such as the Climate Connect planned for this Fall in Victoria, or preparing content for our next issue of Pasifik Currents. Our interns are looking forward to the challenges that await them, and the experience that they will gain from their positions. Pacific Peoples’ Partnership is very excited about the newest additions to our team, and we can’t wait to see what they do with the opportunity. If you’d like to learn more about our interns, or the rest of PPP’s Team, you can read their bios on our website!
Want to be involved like our interns? You can sign our volunteer form and begin supporting the Peoples of the Pacific region today! Other ways to be involved? Do you like the impact of our work across the South Pacific? We are always accepting generous donors, your support is greatly appreciated. Please email our Team at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any other questions!
Pacific Peoples’ Partnership invites you to donate air miles on Aeroplan for our upcoming event RedTide!
By Miranda Wang, Development Coordinator
RedTide 2020: International Indigenous Climate Action Summit & Youth Conference will be held on Vancouver Island from June 22 – 26, 2020, focusing on the following topics: Climate Action, Land Stewardship, Environmental Sustainability, Governance, and the exchange of knowledge and solidarity building north-south.
Donate your Aeroplan miles to PPP, and we can then bring Indigenous youth from the South Pacific and remote areas of Canada to participate in RedTide 2020. Your generous donation will help us provide an educational experience for youth who want to engage in climate stewardship.
Click the donate button and you can make a difference
Take Our Engagement Survey
By Zachary Fenn, Program Coordinator
Pacific Peoples’ Partnership is looking to get a more in-depth look at our subscriber list, and surveys are one of the absolute best ways to get input from our audience. It will also allow PPP to keep a finger on the pulse of our current donors and audience so we can make sure that we are doing the best work for Indigenous in Canada and the South Pacific Islands. And able to allow our message to reach as many people as possible authentically and to create a meaningful connection.
So please fill out our engagement survey attached below for a chance to win a ticket to the Greater Victoria Art Gallery. (Total of 5 tickets will be given out.)