A Letter from the Director
1,000 Donations by July 15th   This year, every week has felt like a new assault on our democracy.  And lately it seems like the very fabric of compassion that […]
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1,000 Donations by July 15th

 

This year, every week has felt like a new assault on our democracy.  And lately it seems like the very fabric of compassion that binds us together as human beings is being torn to shreds.  Frankly, I don’t really feel like celebrating right now.

Right here in Alaska some of the world’s richest corporations and dirtiest industries are pouring millions of dollars into a campaign to stop Alaskans like us from standing up for our fisheries and our way of life.

So this year, I’m not taking the 4th of July off.  Instead, I’m hitting the streets to talk to people about what a real democracy is and what the Stand for Salmon campaign means for Alaska’s future.

Like in so many of our local, state and federal races – corporations are trying to buy this election.  That’s why I’ve set an ambitious goal to get 1,000 Alaskans to donate to Stand for Salmon before July 15th.  

Can you give $10 or $25 or $100 TODAY to help us hit more doors and talk to more Alaskans face-to-face about the issues they care about and the future they want to see for Alaska?  If you can’t donate, can you forward this to 5 of your friends?  Very literally – every dollar helps.

For our future,

Carly Wier, Executive Director

P.S. – Even with unlimited money to funnel into opposing the Stand for Salmon ballot initiative and open door access to politicians like Governor Walker, these multi-national corporations are resorting to lies and intimidation to spread their fear-filled message in Alaska.   Help us show more Alaskans that we are standing together for our future and our wild salmon.