Every single person who agreed to take a photo for me, and even those who just considered it for a moment. You are this project.
Matt from Westend Printing who responded to my request for 2184 postcards with "..this is something that we could do and something that we support." Thank you for printing out more when I realized I was short. Thank you for arranging 52 different fronts with 52 different backs; a task which I heard was one of the hardest jobs ever. Each postcard was fantastic. Thank you.
Gabriel Le Fort Gambioli for donating $1000 worth of old stamps. Without you reaching out to me I'd be stuck in a financial rut. Also, I say thank your grandfather for collecting all those stamps in the first place.
North Shore News, specifically Jeremy Sherpared and Cindy Goodman for writing a story about me. It was because of that story that Gabriel reached out.
My GoFundMe contributors: Bruce Granstrom, Janice Noble, Andrea Kelsall, Karen Finstad, Rob Shirkey, Zach Titizan, Malcolm and Marie Matheson, Megan Bourassa, Joyce Kelsall, Amy Camblin, Chris Dietrich, Lucinda Jones, Maureen Bodie, Linda Moskalyk, Jim Lamont, Wendy Nielsen, Michele Goyette, Beth McCraken, Jacqueline Goyette, Helen Goyette, Shannon Hennessy, Anonymous (3). Your support was exciting, empowering and exceptionally endowing.
Also, people who gave me money physically, in person or inside envelopes via my Grandma. Roy Hayter is one name I know.
My Instagram followers and supporters. Thank you for your kind words.
The politicians who responded to the postcards and Mr. Cullentook the time to meet with me and advise. The Assistant for Mr. Wilkonson, Cynthia Bunbury who was really happy to see me when I came to visit. "You're the postcard girl!" Shout out to Johnathan Wilkonson's office and Tyrone Lehmkuhl, who wrote me the best email ever and gave me encouragement to last for dayz.
Friends and family who supported me. Including but not limited to: Ian Harland who took some photos for me, Chantal Gering and Cameron Wood who both helped stamp at some point, Auntie Paula who told me that I don't need postage to send postcards to parliament, Auntie Rosie, Uncle Bruce, Uncle Ralph, Mum, Dad, Alison and Alec for watching out for me, and Sarah Gordon whose sarcastic, watchful eye kept me in check.
You've all done so much for me. Without your ideas and encouragement, I could've never seen Postcards for Climate Justice through to the end.