Dropping out / free comics / violence against women

How exciting! The last month before fiscal year end. We hope you kept a little reserve in your cache, because we have saved the best for last. Please read on:

Dropping out / staying in school motion comic

We will be shipping Level Up DVDs this week, so all pre-orders should have them by late next week. If you haven’t seen the preview yet you can check it out at www.thehealthyaboriginal.net and www.youtube.com/user/HealthyAboriginal. The DVDs are $15 each including shipping. Please send an email to sean@thehealthyaboriginal.net with your address if you’re interested in ordering.

‘Free’ comic books on integrating gang youth back into community

Droppin’ the Flag was funded by Justice Canada and tested very well with incarcerated youth gang members, but we over-printed it and now we have more books coming in and desperately need the inventory room. So we are giving the books away for ‘free’ but still need to recover the shipping and handling. If you are interested please send us your address and we will invoice $25 for every box of 125 comics you want. There is no limit on the number of boxes and the sale is good until March 31st, 2014. The books may be previewed at www.thehealthyaboriginal.net (you may need to refresh your browser to see the updated price). If you are interested in buying a box please send an email with your address to sean@thehealthyaboriginal.net.

Violence against women story testing / crowdfunding

We will be testing our new violence against women story at the end of March / early April. It will be online via Youtube and in person with youth on Vancouver Island and Vancouver. If you have a group of youth that are interested in participating please let me know by sending an email to sean@thehealthyaboriginal.net.

Also, we only have funding up until the focus group testing phase of the project. We are interested in crowdfunding the rest in increments of $5,000. The deliverable for every $5,000 is 588 books, recognition on the book and the satisfaction of knowing that this project could not have been finished without your support. Just something to think about. But don’t decide now. Wait until you watch the focus group short. More in the coming weeks.

We hope you continue to find us relevant to youth’s needs,

Sean Muir
Executive Director

3240 Comox Road    Courtenay , BC   V9N 3P8
Phone 250-941-8881   sean@thehealthyaboriginal.net
A BC incorporated non-profit Society


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