2012 Active-8 Campaign

Your Pledges

1,615 Responses to Pledge with Tara

  1. Martha Ross says:

    Donate to a local food bank

  2. Meaghan O'Brien says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags

  3. Garrett Sinclair says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave the room.

  4. Tim Matthews says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave the room.

  5. Ralph Silliphant says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  6. Kelly Vass says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  7. Hillary Gooaine says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave the room.

  8. Christy McLean says:

    I pledge to buy fair trade coffee this month.

  9. Kristen Roy says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  10. Cindy Gillet says:

    I pledge to donate blood this month.

  11. Rebecca Butler says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  12. Hendrick Hauieson says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  13. Evan Grant says:

    I pledge to always print double-sided on paper.

  14. Samantha Durette says:

    I pledge to always print double-sided.

  15. Sinclair Green says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  16. Hannah McDonald says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  17. Stephen Urt says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  18. Ashley Bawn says:

    I pledge to donate blood this month.

  19. Sarah Beaney says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  20. Renala Maslna says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  21. Olivia Long says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  22. Cody Schofer says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  23. Kayea Lomak says:

    I pledge to always print double-sided.

  24. Murian Cameron says:

    I pledge to avoid products with excessive packaging.

  25. Chuck Nichols says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  26. Mike MacKenzie says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  27. Dale Nash says:

    I pledge to donate to a local food bank.

  28. Joyce Nash says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  29. Bruce MacIntosh says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  30. Stephanie Lindsay says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  31. Katherine Potts says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  32. Joel Levandier says:

    I pledge to not use the “r” word!

  33. Matt DeCourcey says:

    I will participate in or host a workshop/information session on privilege and power to raise awareness of how we are all involved in and affected by global inequality.

  34. Roseline Losier says:

    I pledge to recycle in all the ways that I possibly can.

  35. Karen Hay says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  36. Jacinthe richard says:

    conserve energy

  37. Tiffany Sparks says:

    I will educate myself and the inform the people in my community about the plight of women’s rights around the world and at home. With focus on women in the work place.

  38. Mavis Brinston says:

    I pledge to not let my water run needlessly when brushing my teeth and doing dishes

  39. Tyler Foley says:

    I pledge not to let the “R” (or other derogatory words) go unchallenged.

  40. Geralyn Levandier says:

    I will talk to people about the importance of disease prevention through education and early treatment

  41. Laurie Larson says:

    I pledge to continue working to make the world truly inclusive for people with intellectual disabilities.

  42. Anne Marie Calder says:

    I will attempt to buy fair trade products and local products this month.

  43. Cindy Howe says:

    I pledge to send my children’s lunch to school with reuseable containers and not plastic baggies.

  44. Kim Warren says:

    I pledge to buy local (& organic) as much as possible, to try to grow my own food and share it, reuse, recycle what I can and donate items that still have use. I only travel somewhere to do errands when I have more than 1 thing to do. I pledge to be more compassionate, patient, and understanding of others.

  45. Mike McCormick says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  46. Ron Buchanan says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible

  47. Jennifer Joncas says:

    I pledge to say hi and recognize everybody as a contributing citizen in my community :) HI!

  48. Marie-Andrée Mallet says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  49. Noella Ramsay says:

    I pledge to encourage my family to turn off lights when leaving a room.

  50. Mary-Anne Schroer says:

    I pledge to remain steadfast and true towards animal welfare activism and Vegansim, which is essentially, respect for all life.

  51. Maelle Bernard says:

    I pledge to use cloth diapers.

  52. Faye Gionet says:

    I pledge to recycle plastics and paper products

  53. Catherine Biggs says:

    I pledge to recycle garbage and donate any of my unwanted items to charity.

  54. Kurtis Knappe says:

    I pledge to give blood!

  55. Jennifer MacKay says:

    I pledge to recycle all our household plastics rather then sending them to the landfill.

  56. Ashlee Scott says:

    I pledge to remember to use my reusable bags instead of getting plastic.

  57. Barb Kinnear says:

    I pledge to donate gently used clothing and household goods to charity

  58. Joan Brinston says:

    I pledge to contact my MLAs, MPs and my Municipal Councilors as to making more availability for those who are challenged both mentally and /or physically to accessing help with low cost transportation to doctors and shopping facilities. I also pledge to keep on with my efforts in recycling . I will push harder for more awareness in my community as to greenhouse gases creating climate warming .

  59. Amy Murray says:

    I pledge to use recycled grocery bags

  60. Robb says:

    I pledge to be more appreciative of what I have and use this appreciation as a drive to give more to others, in whatever form that may be.

  61. joan Godin says:

    I pledge to always remember to take my recyclable shopping bags with me into the store as right now I forget and leave them in the vehicle

  62. Béatrice Bonga says:

    I pledge that I will share my beautiful experience of working with children with intellectual disabilities (during the community impact program guided by Tara) to increase more awareness and promote a world that embraces diversity.

  63. Carl Godin says:

    I pledge to eat more healthier

  64. Mary Reeves says:

    I will recycle all materials that are recyclable and will reduce our use of plastics and excessive packaging

  65. Mary Reeves says:

    I will turn down the heat in our home when the heat is unnecessary.

  66. Joan Godin says:

    I pledge to not forget to take my reusable shopping bags into the stores and not leave them in my vehicle!

  67. Kurt Goddard says:

    I pledge to be more environmentally conscious by walking more and wasting less food.

  68. Nicole says:

    I pledge to turn the lights off when I leave each room.

  69. MJ Goddard says:

    I pledge to buy Fair Trade products.

  70. Ana says:

    I pledge to walk to work instead of driving. : )

  71. Kristen says:

    I pledge to use reusable cotton grocery bags.

  72. Jan Buráň says:

    I pledge to share -in the best way I can- ideas of global citizenship and taking action that I learned from both of my gurus: Tara Briston and Marcus Aurelius. As well as the ideas of diversity – Because, as they say at Magaguadavic, Everybody has right to see his own unicorn (or her…).

  73. Dixie Lee Mitchell says:

    I pledge to work with early childhood education organizations and agencies to ensure that families of very young children have a place to participate in prior to school learning environments.

  74. LORRAINE MCGAVNEY says:

    Donate to local food bank.

  75. Devin O'Brien says:

    I pledge to print double-sided to not waste paper.

  76. Philip Maher says:

    I will let my government officials, peers and family know that I support women’s rights and freedoms.

  77. Eugenia Dietrich says:

    I pledge to recicle as much as possible, to buy local as much as I can, to chosse food with less pakaging, and to pass the word about this Pledge with Tara page.

  78. scott brinston says:

    I will donate food to a local foodbank

  79. Chi Chi Godin says:

    I pledge to use less paper and reuse paper. I will use the washer and dishwasher at non-peak times. I will continue to recycle and to donate used items to charity.

  80. Julie LeBlanc says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  81. judy coates says:

    I pledge to walk one day per week during February to work

  82. Krista McGavney says:

    I pledge to try and conserve water.

  83. karen danells says:

    i pledge to donate food to a local food bank

  84. mary goggin says:

    donate to a food bank

  85. Kayla Brinston says:

    I pledge to volunteer for a community outreach program which provides hot meals for an impoverished area in my city.

  86. Selina says:

    I pledge to volunteer my time to help serve food to those in need and raise awareness of those in need within my community

  87. David Misener says:

    I pledge to donate unused clothes and keep lights off when not needed. I’ll also make a point to buy someone behind me coffee! I always wanted someone to do that for me… haha!

  88. Kathy Bassarb says:

    I pledge to recycle all my bottles!

  89. Leslie Buckley says:

    I will donate to a local food bank.

  90. kathy brinston says:

    recycle newspapers, cans, bottles; regularly donate used household items to community charity; reduce energy use; monitor our water use more closely…..go tara go!!!

  91. Andrea Melanson (friend of Aunt Lorraine) says:

    I pledge one hour a week to tutor a grade 2 student in Saint John through our company’s initiative to bring strength and encouragement in the school system.

  92. emily shrum says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  93. Anonymous says:

    My pledge is to:
    – always buy fair trade;
    – to continue supporting local food banks;
    – to rejoin and participate in poverty initiative, “Make Poverty History.ca – Stand Up Saint John”and join “The Saint John Poverty Reduction Strategy”; and
    – to continue to volunteer my time and proposal writing/grant research skills and facilitation skills to the Community Autism Centre Inc. i nSaint John

  94. Wendy Thibodeau says:

    My pledge is to:
    – always buy fair trade;
    – to continue supporting local food banks;
    – to rejoin and participate in poverty initiative, “Make Poverty History.ca – Stand Up Saint John”and join “The Saint John Poverty Reduction Strategy”; and
    – to continue to volunteer my time and proposal writing/grant research skills and facilitation skills to the Community Autism Centre Inc. in Saint John

  95. Jim Baird says:

    I pledge to reuse, and recycle. Also I pledge to help my neighbors out with things they might need done.

  96. Barbara Levandier says:

    I pledge to donate any gently used clothing that I am no longer wearing to the orange community living bins .

  97. Donna Gordon says:

    I pledge to continue to help raise funds for the completion of a school in Zambia called Twitti School.

  98. Tara says:

    recycling

  99. Cindy Rathje says:

    I pledge to do more recycling

  100. Daralyn Landry says:

    I will donate food to a local food bank

  101. Don Landry says:

    Donate food to local food bank

  102. Corey Landry says:

    I promise to recycle more

  103. Tyler Landry says:

    I will recycle more

  104. Danielle Landry says:

    I will shut off the lights when I leave a room

  105. Tricia Friars says:

    I will talk to people about the importance of disease prevention through education and early treatment.

  106. Randy Godin says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  107. Kathryn Davison says:

    I will reuse and recycle more…..yes I will.

  108. Dorothy Hall says:

    I pledge not to be so bossy.

  109. Stephanie Pineau says:

    I will raise funds to support an organization that provides educational materials and support for disadvantaged children.

  110. Teresa Hodgson says:

    I pledge to be the best mom that I can be……

  111. Cristobal Vasquez says:

    Conserve water through shortening my showers and closing the tap when brushing my teeth

  112. Jane Grant says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  113. Jonathan Lister & Heidi Brewer says:

    I pledge to reduce my energy comsumption by turning off lights, turning down my heat, and using less water to shower; to buy from locally owned and operated businesses; be more engaged with my community.

  114. Samantha McAleer says:

    Donating clothes to the less fortunate as often as I can

  115. James Groves says:

    I pledge to limit my use of non-inclusive language.

  116. Meredyth Miller says:

    I will actively participate in eliminating the use of the R-word in my community. :)

  117. Denise Cook says:

    I pledge to make more of a conscious effort to recycle and reuse

  118. Kelly Dugay says:

    Pledge to recycle more

  119. Carrie mcarthur says:

    I will be more enviormentaly conscious when walking the dog and clean up litter if found on my pathway.

  120. Starlene Silliker says:

    I pledge to turn off lights when I leave a room

  121. DANIELLE MCGAVNEY says:

    I pledge to donate my used clothing and other items to the needy.

  122. M. McInnis says:

    I’ll increase my donations to the local food bank.

  123. karen hummel says:

    quit smoking

  124. karen hummel says:

    quit smoking, and continue using green and blue garbage bags

  125. Londa Burchell says:

    I pledge to always help those who have less opportunities than most but giving financially. This includes educating my friend Kevin in Nairobi.

  126. Darlene Partridge says:

    I will donate more to local food banks!

  127. Dianne Parlee says:

    I pledge to lower my heat and make sure lights are not left on in rooms that are not being used.

  128. nancy poirier says:

    donate food to foodbank

  129. gloria thibodeau says:

    I pledge to turn off lights when I leave a room.

  130. Kimberley Hughes says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  131. Charles Hughes says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  132. Diane Brideau says:

    I pedge to turn off lights in the house to save electricity

  133. Monique Savoie says:

    I will educate myself and my peers about how HIV/AIDS is transmitted and how it can be prevented.

  134. Steven Haggerty says:

    I pledge to use my car less and walk more

  135. Mathieu Savoie says:

    I will let my government officials, peers and family know that I support women’s rights and freedoms.

  136. Marc Savoie says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  137. Dan Everson says:

    drive my wife to work to save from taken two cars in to town ,,,,,

  138. Krista says:

    being mindful when shopping… where will these items ultimately end up??

  139. Thea Lane says:

    I will turn the heat down when i leave the house and not idle the car so much

  140. Flora Hamer says:

    I pledge to
    1.help Eradicate extreme hunger. Locally and through World Vision and Red Cross.

    (Care for one disabled person in my home where no other help available.
    Donate often help raise funds to find cure for MS and other diseases.

  141. Tenneson Godin says:

    I pledge to visit ACIC’s members’ sites for local volunteer opportunities http://www.acic-caci.org/members.html

  142. Theodore Godin says:

    I pledge to visit ACIC’s members’ sites for local volunteer opportunities http://www.acic-caci.org/members.html

  143. Tianna Godin says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  144. Judy says:

    I will talk to people about the importance of disease prevention through education and early treatment.

  145. Alan says:

    I will raise funds to support an organization that provides educational materials and support for disadvantaged children.

  146. Traci says:

    I will let my government officials, peers and family know that I support women’s rights and freedoms.

  147. Trevor says:

    I will educate myself and my peers about how HIV/AIDS is transmitted and how it can be prevented.

  148. Tobi Godin says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  149. Alice Godin says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  150. Tonia says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  151. Helen Godin says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  152. Elizabeth Godin says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  153. Helene says:

    I will donate clothes and household items to families in need.

  154. Maggie Boutin says:

    I pledge to make a greater effort to look at the abilities in everyone and not to let the so-called “disabilities” be a label.

  155. Jennifer Trites says:

    I will step up and contribute more to our church’s efforts to help those within our community and beyond.

  156. Lucas May says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  157. Danny Garnett says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  158. Jen Garnett says:

    I pledge to donate to my community food bank.

  159. McKenzie Garnett says:

    I pledge to donate to my local food bank.

  160. Amber Saulnier says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  161. Neil May says:

    I pledge to always print double-sided on paper.

  162. Brendan McNamara says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  163. Bruce Fox says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can :)

  164. Bruce Stewart says:

    I pledge to buy fair trade coffee this month.

  165. Kim Stewart says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  166. Leslie Saulnier says:

    I pledge to learn about disability issues by going to an NB Association for Community Living Tour.

  167. Sean Garnett says:

    I pledge to donate my used clothing to charity.

  168. Chris Brown says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  169. Colin Hunt says:

    I pledge to donate to a local food bank.

  170. David Brown says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  171. Dan Gogan says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  172. Don Winchester says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave the room.

  173. Lu Winchester says:

    I pledge to buy fair trade coffee this month.

  174. Chris Bouchie says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  175. Debbie Bouchie says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  176. Jeffrey Bouchie says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  177. Larun Bouchie says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  178. Stephen Winchester says:

    I pledge to donate blood this month.

  179. Daryll O'Keefe says:

    I pledge to limit my car’s idling time and walk when I can.

  180. Hank Johnstone says:

    I pledge to always print double sided.

  181. Joanne Johnstone says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  182. Brendan Johnstone says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  183. Justin Johnstone says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothing to charities.

  184. Cathy Davenport says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  185. David Davenport says:

    I pledge to donate to a local food bank.

  186. Andrew Davenport says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can :)

  187. Daniel Morton says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  188. Matthew Clark says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  189. Harold Chatwin says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  190. Christina Mason says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothing to charity.

  191. Ester Rouzes says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  192. Lisa Robichaud says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothing to charity.

  193. Tom St. Pierre says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  194. Barbara Levenshulme says:

    I pledge to donate to the local food banks

  195. Terry Levenshulme says:

    To donate to a local food bank

  196. Heather Robinson says:

    I pledge to educate myself more about global issues and no longer be an ostrich by burying my head in the sand !

  197. Aunt Karen says:

    I will pledge to volunteer with a local school to become involved in their breakfast program. This would entail getting breakfast ready and serving it to the less fortunate children before they start their classes. I will continue printing double sided and turning off the lights when I leave the room.

  198. Debbie McIntyre says:

    To give back to the land as much as possible!

  199. Beka Boutin says:

    I pledge to only use recyclable grocery bags.

  200. Sandra Brideau says:

    I pledge to conserve electricity

  201. Ubald Brideau says:

    I pledge to recycle more

  202. Mitch Fraser says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  203. Charlene Fitzpatrick says:

    I pledge to donate food to a local food bank

  204. Jason Pierce says:

    I pledge to donate food to a local food bank

  205. Nancy Carr says:

    Clean out my cupboards and give away things I don’t need.

  206. Anne Marie McLaughlin says:

    I pledge to buy more local products.

  207. wilfred gaudet says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  208. Tyler Landry says:

    Drive my car less

  209. Darryl Stewart says:

    I pledge to continue to learn more about the challenges of people with intellectual disabilities and add my voice and support to positive changes, wherever I can

  210. Misty McLaughlin says:

    I will let my government officials, peers and family know that I support women’s rights and freedoms.

  211. Sean Lynns says:

    I pledge to conserve electricity wherever possible, to continue recycling and increase donations to food banks.

  212. Corinne Mazerole says:

    I plege to turn off the lights when I leave a room all the time.

  213. taylor says:

    save power turn of the lights

  214. Mona Basque says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights more often.

  215. Gilles Mazerole says:

    I plege to use less water by daily practices as: use of water when I brush my teeth, less usage of diswasher,…..

  216. Lisa Basque says:

    I pledge to recycle more, by using reusable bags for instance.

  217. Zoel Basque says:

    I pledge to use water only when necessary. For example, I will wash my car less often, take less time in the shower…

  218. marion frigault says:

    to donate to a food bank

  219. Xue Ham says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  220. Weiwei says:

    I pledge to always print double-sided.

  221. Sabi Fuscanuren says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  222. Uri Iwahara says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  223. Karen Murphy-Fritz says:

    I pledge to continue working towards the goal of making the world truly inclusive for people with developmental disabilities.

  224. brad brinston says:

    i will actively support and promote womens rights

  225. Carsten MacLean says:

    I will donate blood and continue environmental efforts.

  226. Patricia Ellsworth says:

    I pledge to continue to promote connections between Canadian children and children in Zambia.

  227. Candace T says:

    Support local producers and agriculture

  228. Carol Ripley says:

    I pledge to advocate and promote the rights of Women

  229. Michelle Hummel says:

    I promise to help people when they need a helping hand

  230. Lynn Pearpoint- Mallet says:

    I pledge to donate to a local food bank.

  231. Stephan Pouliot says:

    I pledge to donate to my local food bank.

  232. Betty McCarthy says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  233. Anna Allebone says:

    I pledge to donate to my local food bank.

  234. Darlene Moore says:

    I pledge to donate blood.

  235. Jody Chessie says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  236. Doug Marion says:

    I pledge to avoid products with excessive packaging.

  237. Robert Murrel says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  238. Sanjay Dhaddha says:

    I pledge to buy fair trade coffee this month.

  239. Manish Saram says:

    I pledge to always print double-sided.

  240. Josh Deschenes says:

    I pledge to donate blood.

  241. Dan Rowe says:

    I pledge to donate blood.

  242. Cherrie Gosselin says:

    I pledge to buy fair trade coffee this month.

  243. Charles Comeau says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  244. Kathy Aubin says:

    I pledge to always print double-sided.

  245. Francine Jutras says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can :)

  246. Jon Lister says:

    I pledge to reduce my energy comsumption by turning off lights, turning down my heat, and using less water to shower; to buy from locally owned and operated businesses; be more engaged with my community.

  247. Elizabeth Kearns says:

    I pledge to put on a pancake fundraiser this month in support of children’s right to play.

  248. Marlene Brushett says:

    To support the local food bank in my community by making regular donations and not to plastic bags at the grocery store.

  249. Marlene Brushett (Glabe Bay, N.S.) says:

    To support the local food bank in my community by making regular donations and not to plastic bags at the grocery store.

  250. Robert & Mae Goddard says:

    will donate clothers to Salavation Army

  251. Brent Wright says:

    I pledge to be a better citizen of this world by being more environmentally and socially responsible with all my decisions. I also pledge to help educate others to the best of my abilities so we all can play a part in a prosperous future. One foot in front of the other!

  252. Sheila says:

    I pledge to recycle more paper & clothes

  253. Gilles Doiron says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  254. Jonathan Doiron says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  255. Denise Doiron says:

    I pledge to donate to my local food bank.

  256. Stephanie Doiron says:

    I pledge to donate my used clothes to charity.

  257. Bob Goddard says:

    I pledge to donate my clothes to charity.

  258. Romeo Landry says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  259. Claudette Landry says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave the room.

  260. Cathy Lebouthillier says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  261. Sr. Therese Belliveau says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  262. Colette Poitras says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  263. Micheline Rene says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  264. Bob Gaudet says:

    I pledge to donate to a local food bank.

  265. Norma Gaudet says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  266. Patricia Gionet says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  267. Emma Lanteigne says:

    I pledge to donate my used clothes to charity.

  268. Antoine Richard says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  269. Julie-Anne Allain says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  270. Clarence Allain says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  271. Edwidge Martin says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  272. John Mackie says:

    I pledge to donate to a local food bank.

  273. Aline Gaudet says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  274. Germaine Laforest says:

    I pledge to donate my used clothes to charity.

  275. Susane Derost says:

    I pledge to donate to my local food bank.

  276. Murielle Martin says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  277. Arthur Piorier says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  278. Shirley Richard says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  279. Jean Louis Richard says:

    I pledge to donate to a local food bank.

  280. Majorie Sinclair says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  281. Florence McEachern says:

    I pledge to donate to my local food bank.

  282. Susan Collins says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  283. S. Collins says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  284. Mike Burgess says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  285. Edmond Gaudet says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  286. Claudianne Gionet says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  287. Donald Gionet says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  288. Roger Richard says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  289. Rosella Richard says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  290. Gerry Green says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  291. Dianne Green says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  292. Jacqueline Macrie says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  293. Ralph Carr says:

    To donate to a local food bank.

  294. Fred Frigault says:

    I pledge to donate to a local food bank.

  295. Terry R Levenshulme says:

    I p ledge to cut my shower time.

  296. Jamie Levenshulme says:

    I pledge to use recycled garbage bags.

  297. Michelle Kawatra says:

    I pledge to buy more local produce

  298. Philip McCarty says:

    I pledge to share my own knowledge, skills and experiences with others…education is empowering.

  299. Matt McIver says:

    I pledge to help my community more with volunteering !

  300. Amy Mollegaard says:

    I pledge to walk to work more or take the bus

  301. Erin MacQuarrie says:

    I pledge to share with my peers the importance of incorporating inclusionary practices into their everyday lives.

  302. Xurxo Lopez Gonzalez says:

    I pledge to keep on claiming against discrimination because of the language you speak.

  303. Luis Costales says:

    I pledge to reduce my shower time and tu turn the lights off when I leave a room

  304. Dany Desjardins says:

    I pledge to donate to my local food bank.

  305. Tammy Whitebone says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  306. Vanessa Buckley says:

    I pledge to make a donation to the local food bank. I pledge to make a donation to the Joshua Group which helps underprivileged children. And lastly, I pledge to convince at least one more person to pledge. (FYI my personal goal is 10) Good luck reaching your goal!

  307. Carlos says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  308. Sean Badman says:

    conserve water
    walk instead of drive
    conserve electricity
    consume less

  309. Angela MacIvor says:

    Working one-on-one with children who need more time and energy devoted to their needs (education, attention and appreciation).

  310. Sheila Misener says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  311. Josh Gallaway says:

    I will let my government officials, peers and family know that I support women’s rights and freedoms.

  312. Lia says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room

  313. Daryl MacDonald, The Darmac Group says:

    I pledge to lead the way on a paper-reduced work environment, and be the example for other small business’s and our client companies.

    Thank you Tara for inspiring our group, a few small acts can really be contagious.

  314. Joanne Johnstone says:

    I pledge to continue to recycle

  315. Alex LeBlanc says:

    I pledge to make concerted effort to use excess running water for feeding houseplants.

  316. Ciaran Mulcahy says:

    I pledge to drive less and walk more when I can. Recycle reusable plastics and paper and to conserve my water usage when taking a shower!

  317. Sally Harrison says:

    I pledge to Turn off the lights when I leave a room. I pledge to donate to local food banks and volunteer my time to help those in need.

  318. Josh Misener says:

    I pledge to reduce the amount of energy I use in my houshold

  319. Jennifer Burke says:

    I pledge to turn off the light when I leave a room.

  320. Matthew Burke says:

    I pledge to only run the dishwasher when it is fully loaded.

  321. theo T says:

    I pledge to give to people with mobility and others desabilities

  322. Ella Burke says:

    I pledge to turn the tv off when I am not watching it.

  323. Jack Burke says:

    I pledge to use less water when taking baths.

  324. Sean Whitcomb says:

    I pledge to walk instead of drive whenever possible & to conserve water.

  325. Easson says:

    I pledge to clean up the dog park & parking lot at work

  326. Gina Matheson says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  327. jeremy DEERING says:

    I pledge to conserve when i can.

  328. Shawndra Dunn says:

    I pledge to change all of my light bulbs to energy efficient and pledge to continue to donate blood.

  329. Emily Breen says:

    I will let my government officials, peers and family know that I support women’s rights and freedoms.

  330. hoa le says:

    I hoa van le pledge to stop driving so much and walk and try to use less water

    I ll support you anytime TBTH keep up the good work

  331. William Trivett says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  332. Shawn M says:

    I will attempt to not live beyond my means and be the best steward of the planet possible.

  333. James Middleton says:

    I pledge not to use the R-word and to remind others not to as well.

  334. Julie Chamberlain says:

    I pledge to speak out when I hear people use derogatory language such as the “r-word” and other words that perpetuates discrimination in our society. I will work toward an inclusive society not just in my job, but in everything I do.

  335. Julie Chamberlain says:

    I pledge to speak out when I hear people use derogatory language such as the “r-word” and other words that perpetuate discrimination in our society. I will work toward an inclusive society not just in my job, but in everything I do.

  336. Scott Chamberlain says:

    I pledge to walk instead of drive as often as possible.

  337. Mark McGraw says:

    I pledge to reduce my impact on the environment by using less energy and recycling.

  338. Kayla Lam says:

    I pledge to educate myself more on the challenges and barriers faced by those with intellectual disabilities.

  339. Audrey says:

    I pledge to be mindful of my actions and to be aware of how they affect those around me. In this light, I pledge to think globally and act locally.

  340. Sarah McLean says:

    I pledge to walk instead of drive…most of the time :)

  341. Danielle says:

    I pledge to continue being a positive influence in my community by actively volunteering my time for the children. I pledge to do one nice thing every day for a stranger in the hopes that it is paid forward!

  342. Ivan says:

    To find out what my region and community is doing for people with disabilities because I honestly have no idea.

  343. Pat Babineau says:

    I pledge to save more water and shower army style- but alone.

  344. Meghan Keaveney says:

    I pledge to continue to be a champion to our environment, it needs to be realized that failing to protect it will have a negative impact on our quality of life, local habitats and, ultimately, our economic prosperity!

  345. Eric Fox says:

    I pledge to promote environmental responsibility by capturing & sharing images demonstrating our negative impact on the wilderness.

  346. Jennifer McCumber-Parlee says:

    I pledge to promote full inclusion of all individuals who have an intellectual disability in my community through leading by example.

  347. Mark Symes says:

    I pledge to reduce my consumption of plastic, by no longer buying bottled water and by using a re-usable water bottle made without any plastic (Kleen Kanteen). I pledge to reduce my dependance of non-renewable energy sources. I pledge to to push for the use of sustainably energy sources. I also pledge to be a steward of our forests to ensure that they are sustainably managed and the products that are derived from these forests are done so in an ethical manner! I pledge to buy locally grown and raised food which had a much lower carbon footprint!

  348. Shawna B. says:

    I pledge to continue with the 3 R’s (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle).

  349. James Buckley says:

    I pledge to buy local and support local businesses as much as I can.

  350. Nancy Daigle says:

    I pledge to continue to enlighten everyone that I can about the ‘abilities’ of persons living with intellectual ‘disabilities’, my son being one.

  351. Dawn Cormier says:

    My pledge is to recycle more

  352. michael edward king says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  353. darlene king says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  354. michael james edward king jr. says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  355. Bette Burke says:

    Camp Quality for North Eastern Ontario Children with Cancer.

  356. Heather Hubbert says:

    I pledge to cook meals every week for my visually impaired friend who has difficulty making ends meet due to his loss of sight, inability to work and small disability pension.

  357. Tina Chatwin says:

    I pledge to turn the lights off when I leave the room! Use less water and to continue recycling !! :)

  358. Thomas Burke says:

    I pledge to shut the water off while brushing my teeth.

  359. Ann Burke says:

    I pledge to recycle more.

  360. Anne Marie Fialho says:

    I pledge to cut my time in the shower down.

  361. Chrissy Burke says:

    I pledge to use reusable bags when going to the grocery store.

  362. Tom Burke says:

    I pledge to use recycled paper for my personal printing.

  363. T. LeBlanc says:

    I Pledge to reduce the waste (packaging, energy use, etc.) caused by my actions and by daily activities.

  364. Angela Burke says:

    I pledge to print things off the computer only when needed.

  365. Tommy Burke says:

    I pledge to not waste food.

  366. Matthew Burke says:

    I pledge to turn off my TV when I’m not watching it.

  367. Michael Fialho says:

    I pledge to unplug the toaster after making my toast for breakfast.

  368. Ryan Fialho says:

    I pledge to drink organic apple juice.

  369. Matthew Fialho says:

    I pledge to turn my bedroom light off when I leave the room.

  370. Carolle Hall says:

    I pledge to turn off the light when i leave a room

  371. KEN MCGAVNEY says:

    I pledge to make a donation to the YMCA Kid strong program which helps to send kids to camp.

  372. Mike and Sara says:

    We pledge to donate all of our clothes that we don’t need

  373. Eileen Levenshulme says:

    Conserve Energy

  374. Marguerite Godin says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  375. Cindy Walls says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  376. Ross Walls says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  377. Lise Ogden says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  378. Rio Deschenes says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  379. R. W. Miller says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  380. Josette Deschenes says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  381. Wayne Kelener says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  382. Laurier Doiron says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can; donate to my local food bank.

  383. Colette Doiron says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  384. Angelina Boudreau says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  385. Edgar Boudreau says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  386. Renald Boudreau says:

    I pledge to donate blood this month.

  387. Isabelle Boudreau says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  388. Albain Doiron says:

    I pledge to donate blood this month.

  389. Dora Doiron says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  390. Adrien Doiron says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  391. Rose-Marie Landry says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  392. Rio St. Amand says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  393. Sylvia St. Amand says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  394. Romeo Cyr says:

    I pledge to donate to my local food bank.

  395. Eric Black says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  396. Rino Morin says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  397. Marlene Cyr says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  398. Frank Kelly says:

    I pledge to buy local products and use recyclable grocery bags.

  399. Ed Sullivan says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible, cut my shower time in half, always print double-sided and donate to a local food bank.

  400. Emilie Bordage says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  401. Therese Bordage says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  402. Claudette Morin says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  403. Ella Theriault says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  404. Theo Theriault says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  405. Gaston Poitras says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  406. Rose Aucoin says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags and donate to a local food bank.

  407. Donald LeBlanc says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  408. Monique LeBlanc says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  409. Fr. Paul LeBlanc says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  410. Joanne Duguay says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  411. Rita Richard says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  412. Emery Richard says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  413. Francis Aucoin says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  414. Tyler Boyd says:

    I pledge to take time to those who are battling with cancer in my faimly. Also to continue donating to research so we can better fight the disease.

  415. Chris Daley says:

    Find a paper recycling container (perhaps recycle one). Put it by my desk and use it.

  416. Ginette Landry says:

    I will donate to a local food bank

  417. JoAnn Franklin says:

    I will turn off lights and unplug my horses winter water heater during the nite, I will drive into town, 15 km only twice per week instead of almost every day, planning my weeks better.. I will say what I am thinking when someone is making what I feel is a bad choice that will affect others, the environment, etc.

  418. Kati says:

    I will volunteer or donate to a local food bank as well as donate my gently used clothing to shelters.

  419. Taylor Hill says:

    I pledge to car pool more often, or take the bus

  420. Paige Parker says:

    I am now saving money up for Spain in May and I plan to be attending school there but once the course is over I plan to volunteer in orphanages all over the country and help those who need it. I also want to be a teacher in the foreign country to teach english to children. The more I watch videos like these the more amped up I get to achieving my goals. I will continue to participate in my community’s activites and serving each of my neighbours with love and respect.

  421. Camila Vasquez says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room, be conscious of the amount of water I’m using, and try to help others in any way I can.

  422. Phillippe Ouellette says:

    I pledge to focus on the solutions instead of the symptoms of challenges.

  423. Erin MacDonald says:

    I pledge to become more involved in my community with volunteer programs for persons with intellectual disabilities as well as environmental groups.

  424. Alissa says:

    I pledge to take shorter showers- and use organic soaps!

  425. Hugh Delorey says:

    I pledge to buy local products when possible

  426. Debbie Girard says:

    I will conserve water and encourage my friends and family to do the same as well as donate food to my local food bank!

  427. Glenn Steeves says:

    Pledge to recycle all paper products

  428. Maria DeCiccio says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  429. marian chartley says:

    i will donate to a local food bank

  430. Aukje Annema says:

    I pledge to be the best person I can be and never forget and help people around me

  431. B.L. Gots says:

    donate to food bank

  432. Emily C Galley says:

    I pledge to become more involved with building and sustaining my own local community by volunteering with a community-oriented organization.

  433. Lamrot says:

    I pledge to be empathetic and gentle, and the source of a warm smile.

  434. Ben Salmon says:

    I pledge to actively seek out daily opportunities to serve others.

  435. leslie says:

    I pledge to actively anticipate the needs of others around me.

  436. Alicia McLaughlin says:

    I pledge to donate all the clothes I do not wear to people to need them!

  437. randy says:

    support people with disabilities

  438. Sacha says:

    I will donate to the food bank

  439. Ashley MacDonald says:

    I will use less paper at work

  440. Cathy Wentzell says:

    To each day give something of myself that will improve the quality of someone else’s life.

  441. Anne Waggoner says:

    I pledge to treat all my students with disabilities with the greatest dignity and respect.

  442. Lania Eylenbosch says:

    I’ll be leading a staff in a CISV Village programme to educate my pairs on sustainable development and, overall, on human resources. The goal is to make them realize that one little human fact can have a huge impact on the environnement.

  443. Shannon Moore says:

    Join the Best Buddies program at UPEI; to focus on the rights of people with intellectual disabilities.

  444. EstherAnn Gregory says:

    Recycle

  445. Theresa Mombourquette says:

    To go out of my way to help each person that I encounter understand that those with a “disabiity” have a life worth living. It is our perspective that needs to change, and celebrate all human lives!

  446. Marianne Limpert says:

    I will adopt another rescue dog from the Fredericton SPCA.

  447. Bev Grasse says:

    I will host 2 international students in my home for the ski weekend.

  448. Nancy Claeman says:

    I will host 2 international exchange students in my home for the ski weekend; I will also organize a fundraising concert for a Mission Trip.

  449. Ed Dimayaryac says:

    I will organize a fundraiser for Typhoon victims in the Philippines.

  450. Harry Bohnsack says:

    I will install water filters for persons living in poverty in the Dominician Republic.

  451. Marilyn Carkner says:

    I will install water filters for persons living in poverty in the Dominician Republic.

  452. John Carkner says:

    I will fundraise for community groups by hosting Sunrise Rotary TV Bingo.

  453. Jen Lambert says:

    I will host international exchange students in my home and help to organize a ski weekend.

  454. Mile Rose says:

    I will organize the international Rotary trip.

  455. Erica says:

    I pledge to educate myself more on the challenges of living with an intellectual disability and to advocate for those who need more support and inclusion due to an intellectual disability.

  456. Carrie Houston says:

    I pledge to continually open my mind to a global perspective of those living with a disability and to provide support and compassion for persons with disabilities in as many ways as possible.

  457. Lydia H says:

    I pledge to help those with disabilities obtain equal rights!

  458. Ted Gerk says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  459. james says:

    I pledge to support those with disabilities and be more involved in my community.

  460. Joshua Duffy says:

    Having been in malaria infested countries, I will continue to do my part to educate others on the subject and help children avoid this awful sickness.

  461. Ellen McQuaid says:

    I pledge to promote the acceptance and worth of all people with any disability.

  462. William Goddard says:

    # 1 Pledge to further support the “Local Food Bank”

  463. Linda says:

    As someone who has been privileged to have persons with both intellectual and physical disabilities among my family and friends, and whose life has been so enriched by their courage in the face of so many challenges, I pledge to continue to support initiatives and projects which further education, employment and access for all, both at home, and abroad. I thank Tara from the bottom of my heart for her generosity of spirit and wonderful example of leadership!

  464. islandslaveboy@hotmail.com says:

    I pledge to support and stand up for those with disabilities – mental and physical – in all walks of life; whenever I see discrimination I will speak up!

  465. Keegan Foley says:

    i pledge to volunteer more and help others

  466. D B says:

    Improve Maternal Health

  467. Drew Barron says:

    I pledge to recycle more.

  468. Peggy says:

    I will continue to be actively involved with the Fredericton and Area Down Syndrome Society. I pledge to continue to create awareness in the community and help destroy stereotypes and misconceptions surrounding all intellectual disabilities :)

  469. marge rouse says:

    to recycle & compose

  470. jim mcqueen says:

    to save electricty

  471. Marie says:

    I pledge to do my best to improve the quality of life of persons with disabilities in my community by being a friend.

  472. Heather Ching says:

    I pledge to be aware and educated about poeple with disabilities and to encourage and up lift them ALWAYS!

  473. jim brinston says:

    i pledge to turn light swiches off when not in use,to not let my car just idle for no reason.

  474. Jane Aspenlieder says:

    I pledge to become more aware of the barriers to employment and housing faced by the disabled in Canada.

  475. Stanley says:

    I pledge to have more patience with people who have a disability.

  476. Kat says:

    I pledge to love others as myself.

  477. Robert says:

    I pledge to walk to work rather than drive, with the exception of inclement weather.

  478. Linda Campbell says:

    I pledge to give what I can to the poor and needy

  479. Carrie Ann B. says:

    I pledge to take a more active role in my community and to stand up for issues that matter.

  480. Adele Hopkins says:

    I pledge to speak out for equal rights for all people, especially those handicapped or marginalized.

  481. Holly McDonald says:

    I will pledge to help ensure I give my patients in the pharmacy the best health care possible. I will promote active living, smoking cessation and the importance of good physical health to everyone.

  482. Michelle says:

    I pledge to love all others regardless of their age or state

  483. Chantal Robichaud says:

    I pledge to recycle more & save electricity as often as I can.

  484. Anonymous says:

    I will talk to my peers, family and government officials about the importance of comprehensive and accessible family planning and sexual and reproductive health education and services.

  485. Phyllis Burke says:

    I will continue to work with Grandmothers Embrace to support programs that help fight HIV/AIDS in Africa.

  486. Tanya Mossman says:

    To treat everyone the same and treat them exactly how I would want to be treated. With respect, value and kindness.

  487. Paul says:

    I pledge to inquire with Chalice on our next child sponsor to request that it may be a child/adult with disability…

  488. Monika says:

    I pledge to visit ACIC’s members’ sites for local volunteer opportunities http://www.acic-caci.org/members.html

  489. joan macdonald says:

    As a person who suffers from Rheumatoid Arthritis, and who at times uses a cane, I am somewhat appalled at the discimination that I encounter here on PEI. Let me explain, most of it is done in the name of kindness,however i hear, the phrase”he /she is sure CRIPPLED up”…As a very independent person, i sometimes rebuff offers for assistance, just because I am using a cane. I want to do something to educate people to respect those who are going about their daily life and may be using an aid. Writing a book entitled ‘I may use a cane ,but I still have a brain” has crossed my mind. My pledge is to attempt to make Islanders realize, that equality is not being demeaning in a too kind, ” oh you poor thing” kind of manner…Way to go Tara

  490. Jeremy Taylor says:

    To judge people less, consider the world from their perspective.

  491. Robert Campbell says:

    I will make others ware of the challenges of the mentally/physically disabled

  492. Mary says:

    I will host a screening of a documentary that addresses climate change, food security, water sanitation, industrial impacts on the environment, or species diversity and share what I learn with others.

  493. Brent C. says:

    Helpt the marginalized.

  494. Aimee Hooper says:

    I pledge to “Spread the Word about the R word”

  495. Shannon says:

    I pledge to challenge those who use disability-related words, such as the “r-word,” to insult or belittle others.

  496. Paul Niesiobedzki says:

    I will let my government officials, peers and family know that I support the rights of men and women of all ages, with or without intellectual disabilities, to life, liberty, and education.

  497. Anne Robinson says:

    I pledge to support NB farmers by buying locally produced food whenever possible.

  498. Joëlle Badman says:

    I pledge to continue to be an advocate for youth involvement in social justice and global issues. I pledge to work in a manner that is person-centered, democratic, just, and inclusive. I pledge to bring passion and a fiery determination to everything that I do, both in my work life and my personal life.

    “Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is more people who have come alive.” – Howard Thurman

  499. Matt says:

    I will volunteer with an organization who supports the development of those with disabilities.

  500. Jane says:

    I pledge to be aware of the issues.

  501. Sam says:

    I pledge to be someone

  502. Simone Devinante says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  503. Fr. Louis Uermeersch says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  504. Rejean Basque says:

    I pledge to to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  505. Noella Bass says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  506. Sister Dilia Bellieveau says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  507. Nicole Perry says:

    I pledge to avoid using products with excessive packaging.

  508. Steven Perry says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  509. Aimee Perry says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothing to charity.

  510. Leo Arsenault says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  511. Caroline Arsenault says:

    I pledge to to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  512. Alexandre Arsenault says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  513. J Guy Balineau says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  514. Rina Balineau says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  515. Isabelle Holmes says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  516. Brian Holmes says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  517. Diane Daigle says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  518. Jean Paul Daigle says:

    I pledge to to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  519. Euclide Doucette says:

    I pledge to avoid products with excessive packaging.

  520. Aurela Doucette says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  521. Claudia Fournier says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  522. Ivonne Robichaud says:

    I pledge to donate my used clothes to charity.

  523. Alice Ouellette says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  524. Enoel Ouellette says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  525. Laurent Cormier says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  526. Elizabeth Cormier says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  527. Role Hutton says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  528. Debbie Norman says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  529. Agnes Doiron says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  530. Brenda Richard says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  531. Richard Deschenes says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  532. Michel Doiron says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave the room.

  533. Jean Marc Robichaud says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  534. Cathy Robichaud says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  535. Rosalla Roy says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  536. Allison Penner says:

    I pledge to stop using the R-word and to not sit idly by when other people use it. I pledge to help educate the people around me as to how hurtful and offensive this word is.

  537. Hyacinthe Roy says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  538. Clement LeBlanc says:

    I pledge to donate to my local food bank.

  539. Helen LeBlanc says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  540. Claudianne Gionet says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  541. Donald Gionett says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  542. Stephane Fournier says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  543. Michel Cote says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  544. Sara Mackie says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  545. Cindy Mackie says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  546. Anne Cote says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  547. Jean Saint-Pierre says:

    I pledge to donate to my local food bank.

  548. Augustin Albert says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  549. Euyline Albert says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  550. Ghislain Francoeur says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  551. Pauline Francoeur says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  552. Jean Beaulieu says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  553. Imelda Drisdelle says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  554. Ronald Drisdelle says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can!

  555. Lisa Drisdelle says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  556. Lisa Dridelle says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  557. George Smith says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  558. Alfred Balineau says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  559. terry Goddard says:

    i pledge not to idle my car unnecessarily

  560. Eugenie Balineau says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  561. Major Doiron says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  562. Mariette Doiron says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  563. Tim Ross says:

    I pledge to challenge the use of derogatory language in conversation no matter the setting.

  564. Serge Hache says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  565. Claudine Hachey says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  566. Jeanette LeBlanc says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  567. Michelle LeBlanc says:

    To cut my shower time in half.

  568. Stephanie LeBlanc says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  569. Yvon LeBlanc says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  570. Almire Landry says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  571. Marie Landry says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  572. Yolande Doiron says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  573. Murielle LeBlanc says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  574. Jean Claude Albert says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  575. Leona LeBlanc says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  576. Elide Brideau says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  577. Aluine Boudreau says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  578. Jonathan Watts says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  579. Adele Green Watts says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  580. Jayani says:

    I pledge to advocate for the needs of individuals with a disability.

  581. Steve Shanks says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can!

  582. Linda Shanks says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  583. Scott Green says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  584. Marie Fournier says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  585. Levi Fournier says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  586. Jennifer Farra says:

    I will advocate for the personhood and rights of the intellectually disabled in my community.

  587. Justin MacArthur says:

    I pledge to stand up for people with disabilities and donate to this cause.

  588. L.F. says:

    I will teach my children to respect the earth.

  589. Francis says:

    I am inspired and I pledge to support local (dis)Ability centres.

  590. VictoriaTin says:

    I pledge to pray for the dignity and intrinsic worth of the individual with or without disability; and for equal access to medical, educational, rehabilitation services, employment opportunities, access to democratic processes for the disabled.

  591. Jim says:

    I pledge to become involved in my community to ensure it remains inclusive.

  592. K Gallant says:

    I will volunteer with or donate to a local food bank.

  593. J. Sabat says:

    I will donate to a local food bank.

  594. A. M. says:

    With so many fundraisers happening at my church, I think this should be one of them. Not all of us have time to help, but the least we can do is raise money or stockpile items for those who do! I plan to help Tara by figuring out what a local disability education center needs and planning a fundraiser for it. :) Go Tara!!!

  595. Viv Schadenberg says:

    I pledge to pray for those with disabilities and support them when I encounter them in my life.

  596. Kelsey says:

    I pledge to treat all people with intellectual disabilities with compassion and respect.

  597. Claire says:

    I pledge to donate to Goodwill and volunteer at a homeless shelter.

  598. Jami Mclaughlan says:

    I pledge to not leave my car running long to warm up.

  599. Dwayne mclaughlan says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room

  600. Frances Mcphee says:

    I pledge to turn off lights when I leave the room

  601. Roy Mcphee says:

    I pledge to recycle bottles

  602. Eddie Mcphee says:

    I pledge to separate wet/dry garbage

  603. Joelle Badman says:

    I pledge to continue to work with youth towards greater engagement on global issues. I pledge to continue to be an advocate on issues that are important to me, in both my personal and professional life.

    “Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is more people who have come alive.” – Howard Thurman

  604. Kyra Mclaughlan says:

    I pledge to not leave the water running when I brush my teeth.

  605. Parker Mclaughlan says:

    I pledge to not leave the water running when I brush my teeth.

  606. Amelie says:

    To support special needs children and their families.

  607. Rob Fahlman says:

    I will treat all people with disabilities with respect as we are all children of God. Keep up the good work!

  608. Isaac Fahlman says:

    I think that life is a very special gift , and I will try to treat everybody,disabled or not , exactly the same.

  609. Patti Doody says:

    I will use energy saving lights

  610. Ralph Doody says:

    I pledge to use cloth bags instead of plastic

  611. Elaine Courte says:

    I pledge to be more active in my community

  612. John Hunter says:

    I pledge to bring about positive change speciific to health and wellness by teaching the benefits of exercise to mind, body and spirit as I teach my fitness classes…

  613. Mohamed Sekkak says:

    I pledge to continue supporting the fight for aurons funding for all

  614. heather says:

    I pledge to treat all people as equal with or without a disability we are all created for a reason :)

  615. Mellissa Adair says:

    I pledge to lessen my effects on the environment by driving less and using less electricity.

  616. Brad B says:

    I pledge to show love to all those who are neglected by our society.

  617. jackie m hebert says:

    I`ll turn my computer off when i done using it.

  618. micheal hebert says:

    I will help feed the homeless

  619. Adam Jardine says:

    I pledge to be less judgmental and more respectful of others.

  620. Karen Poirier says:

    I pledge to wash dishes by hand and not use the dish washer as much.

  621. Lee mckay says:

    I will donate food to the local food banks weekly

  622. Sarah Wishart says:

    I will give to the less fortunate.

  623. Donna says:

    I will let my government officials, peers and family know that I support women’s rights and freedoms.

  624. Joanne Dileo says:

    My pledge is to buy a new shower head for the bathroom to help conserve water.

  625. Shayna Monaghan says:

    to walk as much as I can, and buy reusable containers and dispensers

  626. Chantal says:

    I pledge to do a monthy donation to reeces rainbow for a child able to be by a canadian

  627. kim dewartz says:

    i will donate to my local food bank

  628. R.S. says:

    I pledge to be more environmentally aware and to make decisions that promote a healthy earth.

  629. Phoebe - CISV Fredericton says:

    I pledge to volunteer more.

  630. Tahara - CISV Fredericton says:

    I pledge to use both sides of the paper.

  631. Marie-Claire - CISV Fredericton says:

    I pledge to recycle more.

  632. Meghan - CISV Fredericton says:

    I pledge to carpool to sports games and practices.

  633. Milan - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will be be more optimistic in my work.

  634. Santana - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will not let others use disrespectful words.

  635. Sarah - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will turn off the water in the shower when I am rinsing.

  636. John - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will buy my vegetables from a local market.

  637. Jeff Lee - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will recycle.

  638. Jackie - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will recycle all my paper.

  639. Robbie M. - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will not waste paper.

  640. Daniel L - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will recycle my cans.

  641. Paul - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will recycle everything!!!

  642. Danny - CISV Fredericton says:

    I won’t shower too long.

  643. Georgia - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will turn off the water when I’m brushing my teeth.

  644. Lauren - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will reuse my paper.

  645. Fiona - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will give people the clothes I don’t use anymore.

  646. Jenna - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will try to educate people about different cultures.

  647. Maggie - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will recycle.

  648. John - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will stash my trash!

  649. Mira - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will use recyclable grocery bags.

  650. David - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will buy only what I need this month, and not what I *want*!

  651. Travis - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will shovel and not snowblow!

  652. Declan - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will use recyclable water bottles.

  653. Fiona F. says:

    recycle paper.

  654. Rachel - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will compost.

  655. Jenn - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will recycle.

  656. sarah - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will learn more about where my food comes from.

  657. Summer - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will carpool.

  658. Claire - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will respect people and their differences.

  659. Ashley - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will learn about where my food comes from.

  660. David - CISV Fredericton says:

    I won’t waste food.

  661. patrick - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will pick up one piece of paper garbage a day.

  662. Liam Matson - CISV Fredericton says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights in my house when not in use and use the fireplace instead of the heat pump.

  663. Kay - CISV Fredericton says:

    I pledge to always recycle my juice boxes and remember to take out the straw.

  664. Kayla - CISV Fredericton says:

    I pledge to always use both sides of the paper.

  665. Riley - CISV Fredericton says:

    I pledge to learn about where our food is coming from and buy fair trade food or buy locally.

  666. Grace - CISV Fredericton says:

    I pledge to learn about where our food is coming from and buy fair trade food or buy locally.

  667. Miriam Daneff - CISV Fredericton says:

    I pledge to take shorter showers, buy fair trade food and learn about what affects children around the world.

  668. Nicola - CISV Fredericton says:

    I pledge to buy my vegetables from the local market or local health food stores.

  669. Justice Harmer - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will use less fossil fuels.

  670. Chris - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will learn about other cultures.

  671. Daniel - CISV Fredericton says:

    I pledge to start using public transit more.

  672. Gary Kierstead says:

    I will donate my used clothes to charity.

  673. Corrine Kierstead says:

    I will buy local products as much as possible.

  674. Krista Waters says:

    I will turn off the lights when I leave the room.

  675. Kraia Keirstead says:

    I will learn more about disability issues.

  676. Kelly Keirstead says:

    I will use recyclable grocery bags.

  677. Glen Doucette says:

    I will buy fair trade this month.

  678. Corinne Doucette says:

    I will buy fair trade coffee this month.

  679. Peter Sherwood says:

    I will turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  680. Lisa Sherwood says:

    I will cut my shower time in half.

  681. Bob Kallar says:

    I will buy local products as much as possible.

  682. Cindy Kallar says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half.

  683. Lisa Kallar says:

    I will donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  684. Stacey Kallar says:

    I will always print double sided.

  685. Kyle Kallar says:

    I will donate to my local food bank.

  686. Wayne Buchanan says:

    I will use recyclable grocery bags.

  687. Judy Buchanan says:

    I will limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  688. Cindy Gould says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  689. Mike Gould says:

    I will donate to my local food bank.

  690. Nico Han says:

    I will buy local products as much as possible.

  691. Doris Han says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  692. Richard Fox says:

    I will buy local products as much as possible.

  693. Diane Fox says:

    I will buy local products as much as possible.

  694. George Lewis says:

    I will turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  695. Barbara Lewis says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  696. Bruce Melanson says:

    I will buy local products as much as possible.

  697. Connie Melanson says:

    I will buy local products as much as possible.

  698. Scott Melanson says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  699. Christopher Melanson says:

    I will donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  700. Micheal Melanson says:

    I will donate blood this month.

  701. Kevin Bradshaw says:

    I will turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  702. Lori Bradshaw says:

    I pledge to limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  703. Carey Trask says:

    I will buy local products as much as possible.

  704. Deanna Trask says:

    I will donate to my local food bank.

  705. Darcy Reardon says:

    I pledge to donate blood.

  706. Erin Dunlop says:

    I will limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  707. Barb Dunlop says:

    I will donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  708. Jeff Conors says:

    I will turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  709. Shawn Kindred says:

    I will donate to my local food bank.

  710. Nicole Robichaud says:

    I will donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  711. David Robichaud says:

    I will learn more about disability issues.

  712. David Kindred says:

    I will learn more about disability rights and issues.

  713. matthew kindred says:

    i will always print double-sided.

  714. marion petley says:

    i will donate to my local food bank.

  715. angel petley says:

    I will buy local products as much as I can.

  716. Mike petley says:

    I will limit my vehicle’s idling time and walk when I can.

  717. Cathy petley says:

    I will turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  718. Emily Petley says:

    I will donate my used clothing to charities.

  719. Corey Petley says:

    I will buy fair trade coffee.

  720. Barry Flemming says:

    I will use recyclable grocery bags.

  721. Jean Flemming says:

    I will use recyclable grocery bags.

  722. Glenn Griffin says:

    I will buy local products as much as possible; cut my shower time in half; donate my used clothes to charity and donate to my local food bank.

  723. Anne Griffin says:

    I pledge to donate my used clothes to charity.

  724. Rubecca Griffin says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave the room.

  725. Emma Griffin says:

    I pledge to donate blood.

  726. Jim Rector says:

    I will buy fair trade coffee this month.

  727. G. Maguire says:

    I will turn off the lights when I leave a room and use recyclable grocery bags.

  728. Bob Shonaman says:

    I will buy local products as much as possible.

  729. Brian Hayes says:

    I will buy local products as much as possible.

  730. Ryan Whalen says:

    I will avoid products with excessive packaging and donate blood.

  731. Faye Christoff says:

    I will turn off the lights when I leave a room and use recyclable grocery bags.

  732. Amy Making says:

    I will limit my vehicle’s idling time, walk when I can, and turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  733. Dennis Doiron says:

    I will buy local products as much as possible and donate to my local food bank.

  734. Maureen Walsh says:

    I will always print double-sided.

  735. Jack Chaisson says:

    I will cut my shower time in half.

  736. Mike Clinton says:

    I will donate blood.

  737. Jon Guidry says:

    I will limit my car’s idling time and walk when I can.

  738. Don Peddle says:

    I will buy local products as much as possible.

  739. Mary Peddle says:

    I will donate to my local food bank.

  740. Dan Mazerolle says:

    I will buy local products as much as possible, turn off the lights when I leave a room, and buy fair trade coffee.

  741. Brenda Mazerolle says:

    I will avoid products with excessive packaging and use recyclable grocery bags.

  742. Breanna Mazerolle says:

    I will cut my shower time in half and donate my clothes to charity.

  743. Krista Goguen says:

    I will donate my clothes to charities and use recyclable grocery bags.

  744. Philip Goguen says:

    I will cut my shower time in half and use recyclable grocery bags.

  745. Kyle Goguen says:

    I will donate blood and turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  746. Ryan Goguen says:

    I will cut my shower time in half.

  747. Tracey Porter says:

    I will turn off the lights when I leave a room and donate my clothes to charities.

  748. Cecilia Duncan says:

    I will buy local products as much as possible, cut my shower time in half and donate my clothes to charities.

  749. Sheila Harrity says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  750. Matthew Lockhart says:

    I will turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  751. Phillippe H. RIchard says:

    I will donate to my local food bank.

  752. Donna Tuffs says:

    I will donate blood; use recyclable grocery bags; donate my clothes to charity and limit my vehicle’s idling time.

  753. Arlene Shannon says:

    I will donate my clothes to charity and turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  754. Wanda Craig says:

    I will donate my used clothes to charity and donate blood.

  755. Leonard Craig says:

    I will turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  756. Abbygail Craig says:

    I will turn off the lights when I leave the room.

  757. Terry Keleher says:

    I will donate my gently used clothes to charity and turn off the lights when I leave the room.

  758. Eileen McKlusky says:

    I will use recyclable grocery bags.

  759. jamie Hope says:

    I will use recyclable grocery bags and donate blood.

  760. Carol Anne Makepeace says:

    I will buy local products as much as possible, and always print double-sided.

  761. Debra French says:

    I will buy local products as much as possible and buy fair trade coffee this month.

  762. Marion Hines says:

    I will use recyclable grocery bags and avoid products with excessive packaging.

  763. Jeannie Bland says:

    I will buy local products as much as possible and use recyclable grocery bags.

  764. Debbie gallant says:

    I will use recyclable grocery bags.

  765. Jill Vienot says:

    I will buy fair trade coffee this month and buy local products as much as possible.

  766. Cathy Harrity says:

    I will learn about disability issues.

  767. Georgette Richard says:

    I will buy local products as much as possible and use recyclable grocery bags.

  768. Crystal Baird says:

    I will turn off the lights when I leave the room and use recyclable grocery bags.

  769. Linda Fullerton says:

    I pledge to donate my used clothes to charity and use recyclable grocery bags.

  770. Linda batt says:

    I pledge to cut my shower time in half and avoid products with excessive packaging.

  771. Theresa McLean-Hunt says:

    I pledge to always print double-sided.

  772. Krista Lawlor says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  773. Brenda Hunter says:

    I pledge to donate to my local food bank.

  774. Susan Mersereau says:

    I will donate blood.

  775. Diane Rooney says:

    I will donate to my local food bank and turn off the lights when not in use.

  776. kate mcklusky says:

    I will turn off the lights when not in use.

  777. Leo Hebert says:

    I will use recyclable grocery bags and limit my vehicle’s idling time.

  778. Kyle Geldart says:

    I pledge to limit my car’s idling time and walk when I can.

  779. Nicole Geldart says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when not in use and use recyclable grocery bags.

  780. Robin Mackie says:

    I will donate my clothes to charity; donate to my local food bank; and use recyclable grocery bags.

  781. laura hebert says:

    I will turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  782. Joanne McPhee says:

    I will use recyclable grocery bags.

  783. rachel scarff says:

    I will use recyclable grocery bags.

  784. Sean scarff says:

    I will use recyclable grocery bags.

  785. Meaghan Lawlor says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  786. Erin Lawlor says:

    I will turn off the lights when I leave the room.

  787. Connie Loughery says:

    I pledge to donate my used clothes to charity and donate to my local food bank.

  788. Conny Loughery says:

    I pledge to donate my used clothes to charity and donate to my local food bank.

  789. Kristy Loughery says:

    I pledge to donate my gently used clothes to charity.

  790. Jeannette Campbell says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags and buy local products as much as possible.

  791. Milana Scarff says:

    I pledge to use recyclable grocery bags.

  792. Shay Scarff says:

    I will use recyclable grocery bags.

  793. Denise Smith says:

    I pledge to always print double sided.

  794. Marie Gallant says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room.

  795. Laura Hughes says:

    I pledge to avoid buying products with excessive packaging.

  796. Paula Graham says:

    I will never let the r-word, or other derogatory words, go by unchallenged.

  797. Holly Martin says:

    I will reduce my water consumption when bathing or cleaning.

  798. Jenna Estell says:

    I pledge to buy only what I need this month (and not what I *want*).

  799. Barry Cussa says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  800. Dwain Hewitt says:

    I will volunteer as a “conversation buddy” for someone learning English.

  801. Maria Titus says:

    I will never let the r-word, or any other derogatory words go by unchallenged.

  802. Molly Monahan says:

    I will ask about people’s history and appreciate how diversity enriches our experiences.

  803. Aun Scovic says:

    I will buy fair trade coffee this month and print on both sides of the page.

  804. Jen Rowett says:

    I will buy local products as much as possible.

  805. Anesly Rak says:

    I will buy only what I need this month.

  806. Tom Carney says:

    I will buy only what I need this month, and not want I *want*.

  807. Paul Howidzad says:

    I will reduce my water consumption when cleaning or bathing.

  808. Helena Dayal says:

    I will ask about people’s history and appreciate how diversity enriches our experiences.

  809. James Titah says:

    I will donate blood.

  810. Tuan Auh Bui says:

    I will reduce my water consumption and print on both sides of the page.

  811. Stefan Mader says:

    I will never let the r-word go by unchallenged.

  812. Rod Ramsden says:

    I will avoid products with excessive packaging.

  813. Yesi Pasterrartu says:

    I will donate blood.

  814. Trevor Pardy says:

    I pledge to buy local products as much as possible.

  815. Shannon - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will stay positive – always – at work.

  816. Charlotte - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will buy only from local businesses.

  817. Dan - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will use re-usable water bottles rather than plastic ones.

  818. Sebastien - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will use less water.

  819. Rose - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will walk to school instead of driving.

  820. Madeline - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will educate more people about peace education and CISV and recruit new members.

  821. Sophie - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will volunteer to do charity work at my school and aide humanity.

  822. Ben M. - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will give more to charity.

  823. Leigh-Anne - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will use less electricity and turn off the lights if I don’t need them.

  824. Bessie - CISV Fredericton says:

    I will turn off lights when I leave rooms.

  825. Ben says:

    I will take the bus.

  826. Nora Thomson says:

    Recycling and conserve energy

  827. Nora Thomson says:

    recycling and conserve energy

  828. Nora Thomson says:

    recycling

  829. Tyla Haggarty says:

    I will do what I can to help my sister get the school started for the special needs kids in India with Families for Children.
    I will also try to donate around once a month to the local food bank.

  830. Wynette Sills says:

    I will help women with the support and resources they need, so that they would not have to suffer from abortion.

  831. Bill Boutin says:

    I pledge to turn off the lights when I leave a room – and to turn of the T.V. when I am not watching it.

  832. Bernadette Boland says:

    I will donate my gently used clothes and cut down on unnecessary driving(fuel consummation)

  833. Lana says:

    I will go more paperless in the classroom.

  834. Khloe says:

    I will be better at recycling.

  835. Lana says:

    I will use less paper in the classroom.

  836. Mary Emma Roy says:

    I pledge to be aware of volunteer opportunities

  837. Rebecca says:

    I pledge to volunteer at an organization in Edmonton for kids with disabilities

  838. Robert Thomson says:

    I will always recycle

  839. Ken Mutter says:

    I will let my government officials, peers and family know that I support women’s rights and freedoms.

  840. Melissa McCracken says:

    I will spend more time with the children in my life, because children are our future.

  841. Theresa Brinston says:

    Turn off lights at a certain time each night to save energy

  842. Theresa Burke says:

    eradicate extreme hunger

  843. Robert White says:

    ensure environmental sustainability

  844. James Brinston says:

    I pledge to do volunteer work

  845. Thomas Burke says:

    I pledge to donate to a local food bank

  846. Sheila Burke says:

    I will help out in a local food bank.

  847. Bonnie-Preeti Singh says:

    I will continue with my volunteer activities.

  848. Drew says:

    To donate where and when I can and to help make more people aware of this issue.

  849. Alex Jamael says:

    Reduce my water consumption when cleaning or bathing

  850. Paul Leger says:

    Buy local products as much as possible

  851. Michael Leger says:

    Reduce my water consumption when cleaning or bathing