About

 

 

As parents and grandparents, we’ve always got our eyes open to protect our children. Our first job is to keep them safe from danger. 

The greatest threat to the future for our kids and grandkids is the climate crisis. Around the world, young people are realizing that fact—that the planet they call home is in real trouble. 

Our kids are scared, and we can't let them deal with this alone. They need our help in tackling the climate emergency. For Our Kids is here to help us all do that.

We’re a network of concerned Canadian parents and grandparents taking action on climate. Unsure what to do? Please consider opting in. No expertise is needed to join—just love for our kids and grandkids. 

We come together in groups and teams to work locally in our schools and in our towns, and sometimes join other teams to work provincially or nationally. We are figuring it out together.

Contact us at hello [at] forourkids [dot] ca or text/call 250-466-9709.

 

 

Matt Price, Coordinator. For Our Kids is coordinated by Matt Price who lives with his family on Vancouver Island. Matt has 20 years of experience working with NGOs and is the author of the book Engagement Organizing: The Old Art and New Science of Winning Campaigns.

 

 

 

 

Launch Team

For Our Kids has a volunteer launch team of parents and grandparents that includes:

 

Karen CampbellKaren lives in Vancouver with her family. She works as a lawyer and advocate to support communities to advance environmental protection and fight climate change. Raising her kids to be resilient in the face of climate change is a daily commitment.

 

 

 

Kathryn Molloy. Nana...activist...cyclist...writer...student...paddler...mom...organizer...creative ...Ayurvedic Counsellor...traveller. 

 

 

 

Lindsay TelferLindsay is a mother of two children living in the wonderful playground of central Ontario. She loves playing, with her kids, in the waters of the local Lake Simcoe and Black River watersheds She is committed to advancing a future where all of our kids can thrive. To this end, she's been an organizer and advocate since her student days and is currently the National Director for the Canadian Freshwater Alliance.