ANNOUNCING: OUR 2018 GRANT RECIPIENTS!

I’m excited to be writing today to announce the winners of the Stream of Consciousness 2020 VISION livestream event grants! We received almost 30 applications for the 10 spots we have available in 2018, and there were indeed some tough decisions for us to make!

In the end we’ve arrived to a list of non-profit organizations and projects that are doing DEEP work in the world in areas like social justice, environmental protection, first nations work, democratic engagement, integral media, farming stewardship and so much more.

AMAZING… we’re so honoured to be able to work with and amplify the work of these invaluable community organizations. These organizations have all JUST been informed of their grants, so we’ll be learning WHEN and HOW they’ll be fulfilling their 2018 livestream event over coming weeks! Stay tuned to the 2020 Vision webpage below for all the details of their upcoming LIVE & LIVESTREAM community events.

Thank you ALL who nominated organizations and shared the 2020 Vision project with those you know are doing important work in the world.

Best wishes!

Jason Guille
Stream of Consciousness

FEBRUARY 20, 2018 | 6PM-8PM PST

Generation Squeeze is a group of researchers, advocates, campaigners and communicators committed to solving pressing social, economic and environmental challenges for generations under 45 in Canada.

MARCH 2018 | DATE & TIME TBD

Ready to light your brain on fire? Right this way. We’re Rethink Thinking, and we’ve blown into your airspace to show you how to use your mind the way it was designed.

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BC Healthy Communities Society (BCHC) is a province-wide not-for-profit organization that facilitates the ongoing development of healthy, thriving and resilient communities.

DATE & TIME TBD

The Indigenous Perspectives Society’s vision is to strengthen the lives and contribute to the self-determination of Indigenous peoples through culturally relevant training.

DATE & TIME TBD

The environmental challenges that face many First Nations in Canada are really challenges for the entire world. Fundamentally, we believe these are issues of human rights and climate change – we are seeking environmental justice for all.

DATE & TIME TBD

The lessons we teach address a variety of issues concerning all of us today. As parents, we talk about healthy eating to our children, but do they really understand what that even means? By introducing them to growing food, they are more aware of what they are consuming, where it is coming from, and how it is impacting the environment.

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We know a lot of people are doing amazing things that more people should know about. For this reason, the Creatively United for the Planet non-profit team has responded to the need for a region-wide values-based, purpose-driven event and resource hub that showcases and celebrates the important work that people are doing to ensure where we live, work, eat, play and study remains beautiful, vibrant, healthy and resilient.

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DeSmog Canada’s mission is to make complex energy and environment news accessible to Canadians and to shine a light on critical, under-reported stories.

DATE & TIME TBD

We are a grassroots, people-powered campaign, and we’re up against opponents with access to media and deep pockets.

DATE & TIME TBD

Peers Victoria is an innovative, multi-service grassroots agency that was established by, with, and for sex workers in 1995. Through direct service delivery and community partnerships, Peers provides an array of outreach and drop-in harm reduction and support services alongside education and employment training for current and former sex workers.