Saturday, September 29, 2012

Make a Difference with Aviva Community Fund

This post brought to you by Aviva Community Fund. All opinions are 100% mine.

Aviva Community Fund is a yearly charitable activity funded and supported by Aviva Insurance. Their goal is to encourage Canadians to make a positive change in their local communities. There will be a competition of different ideas and the winners will share the $ 1,000,000 fund.

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If you are a passionate Canadian citizen or resident who has the vision to make a positive change here is your chance to do it. Just submit your idea to Aviva Community Fund and invite Canadian citizen or resident to vote for your idea. Be sure to get more votes on the first stage to move to the semi-finals, then to the final round where top 30 will be judged. By the way, don’t forget to use social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ to name a few. Keep it on the buzz in your community and encourage everybody to promote the idea as well..

There is no specific category as long your idea will make a positive and long lasting impact to your community. It could be for the youth, for the elders, for the environment, for the culture, for health, education and so on. There are hundreds or countless of ideas to help your community. Start brainstorming now or choose one that is close to your heart.

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To keep you guided if your idea is right for Aviva Community Fund competition, consider the following: action oriented, well budgeted using $150,000 or less, completed or well underway by 2013, and ideas should be implemented within Canada.

To get more updates and ideas Follow @Aviva and Like Aviva Community Fund.

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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Where’s the maple leaf?

Time goes by so fast. I can’t believe its fall again. 

But where’s the maple leaf? This is my second fall but never seen the famous maple leaf of Canada. I thought I can find it anywhere I go here since it’s the country’s emblem. Maybe the government should do about it, like requiring every town to plant some maple trees.

 LOL... who am I to say this. Anyway just a thought; a tourist like me would love to hold a maple leaf with a big grin on the face. 

 My sissy took this photo at Vancouver

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Fall Season

Each season has its own beauty. But I guess I love most the fall season (especially the early part of it) because of the beauty of the surroundings. Almost every leaves turned to golden yellow with some specks of red and green. Of course not to mention the cold weather is just right for me although it gradually gets lower and lower each week a sign to say hello (thick) jackets and booties. 

 See how happy my sissy and our friend?


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