we empower youth to make positive life choices about drug use and criminal behaviour
through documentaries and education
Thursday, December 1st, 2016
The Imperial Theatre
319 Main Street, Vancouver, BC 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
A Presentation Evening with Odd Squad
Jesse Miller is an international speaker and recognized authority in the fields of social media awareness and digital citizenship. He has presented and consulted with schools and companies primarily in Canada since 2007. Many of these projects are featured today in a variety of online and printed materials utilized by education and awareness programs across the country. Jesse is a resident of the North Vancouver, a father and a husband, who is currently completing his post-graduate dissertation in the United Kingdom with a focus on New Media and Society.
Admission by Donation:
- You can donate with a credit card or PayPal account on our website, or in person at the door when you arrive (email firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your spot)
- Donations over $50 will receive a donation receipt
Date: Monday, November 21, 2016
Time: 6:30 – 9:00 pm
Location: The Imperial
319 Main St, Vancouver Map
Our reality-based approach to education addresses major social problem that affect our communities. By tackling these issues OSP remains at the forefront as a highly regarded resource directed at education and prevention awareness for youth. The trust of what we achieve is supported by hundreds of civilian and law enforcement volunteers who donate their time, their experience and their connections to Odd Squad.
Without the sustainable support of all donners and sponsors we wouldn’t be able to achieve our goal to fulfil our projects for 2016. This way we would like to introduce you our 2016 projects and kindly ask you for help by giving us your donation supporting all our programs click to donate or giving you the option to support project or projects of your choice.
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