There are lots of ways you can get involved to help #SUPPORTTHE700. It can be as simple as starting a conversation with the people around you, or you can go as deep as a study circle that helps you think through what you can do in your community.
Take a look at the some of the materials below, and get in touch if there is anything else you would like to see here.
Political Activities Fact Sheet for Charities
This fact sheet provides information from the Canada Revenue Agency for charitable organizations wishing to participate in political activities leading up to the 2017 British Columbia Provincial Election.
Conversation Starter Guide
This simple guide will give you some great ideas for starting conversations at home, in the workplace, and in your community about how we can all do more to support youth aging out of foster care.
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Study Circle Kit
These workbooks outlines how to have in depth conversations with a regular group of people over the course of a few sessions.
You don't need to be a trained facilitator to lead or participate, you just need to be curious about the issue of youth aging out of foster care and willing to learn more.
This guide was developed by the University Womens Club, who have graciously made it available for others to use in their work to support young people leaving foster care.