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Top 5 Ways to Make Your Holidays Count!

Top 5 Ways to Make Your Holidays Count!

Posted 1 July 2010   by _Matt         Permalink | 1 Comment

Tags: guest blog, advocacy, activism, holidays, school

So it's holidays... Hol-lee-dayzzzz!  Alright, alright - enough celebrating for now.

OK one more: HOLIDAYS!!!! 

Time to forget about school for 2 weeks (for most of us). No more 7am wake-ups, no more smelly canteens and smellier canteen men... and no more dissections (YES!).

I'm sure your schedule is already packed with movies to see, friends to visit, and shops to shop, food to eat... and maybe even a date? ;) But remember! The animals still need our help! And hey, is there a better time to be a hero for the animals than during the holidays? happy.gif

So let's get down to business... Here are 5 great ways to make your holidays count:

  1. Organise/join a leafleting session. (hit me up if this interests you!)
  2. Take your friends out for a great veggie lunch.
  3. Volunteer at a local animal shelter.
  4. Write a letter to someone (eg. PM, local member of parliament, editor of a newspaper, etc) about an issue that concerns you.
  5. Organise a movie night with your mates to watch Earthlings, or Meat the Truth.

So tell me, what are you doing for the animals these holidays? Don't forget to drop a line here and tell us all about it.

Stay loud!

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jack jack 1 July 2010
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my o my matt why cant we all be as wise as you ??
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