Share your ideas online and win $1,000 to donate

There's still time to share your ideas with Columbia Basin Trust before the first phase of Our Trust,Our Future wraps up.

You still have time to share your ideas with ColumbiaBasin Trust before the first phase of Our Trust,Our Future wraps up.Whether you know a lot or a little about the Trust,this is your opportunity to share your ideas — from the comfort of your home and on your own schedule— through our interactive website.Visit to sign up and take part in this ongoing conversation.“If you haven’t given us your thoughts yet, there’s still plenty of time and opportunity. We encourage you to contribute online — plus you can view the ideas already submitted by Basin residents,” said Neil Muth, Columbia Basin Trust President and CEO.“Your input will help us determine how we can best support communities now and into the future, so spread the word about our online tool and inspire others to participate.”By signing up and providing your input, you have the chance to win $1,000 to donate to a non-profit of your choice.The sign-up process is quick and easy. Share your ideas, complete surveys and comment on as many discussions as you wish.The more you engage, the more rewards you earn,which can be redeemed for prizes.You can also give input in other ways.You can catch Trust staff at booths set up in public spaces, or send comments by mail.You can host your own conversations with friends or family, or ask the Trust to meet with a local group or organization.Email to obtain a workbook to host your own conversation or set up a meeting. Plus community workshops continue intoJanuary 2015, in Cranbrook, Fernie, Invermere andKimberley.Columbia Basin Trust supports efforts to deliver social, economic and environmental benefits to the residents of the Columbia Basin.To learn more about the Trust’s programs and



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