Help Sarasvàti Productions Stop Racism!

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Ashley Chartrand and Jessy Ardern in No Offense...

Sarasvàti Productions has made the big time! We are pleased to announce that our interactive theatre piece, No Offense…, has been chosen as a candidate for the PEPSI REFRESH PROJECT! Pepsi will be shelling out a whopping $1 million dollars to help support worthwhile community initiatives across the country. The top 10 candidates in each division will receive funding, and we are currently at a very close #46! With your help, we will be able to offer this important theatrical work and valuable resources to youth throughout Manitoba.  Help us make a difference by raising awareness and finding solutions to racism. Please take 2 minutes of your time to stop racism. Let’s get Winnipeg on the map with a win!

Click on the link below:

Further instructions for the Pepsi Project voting!

  1. Click on the link, it will bring you to the Stop Racism homepage
  2. Go to the right hand side of the page and click on the icon that says, “Vote for this idea”
  3. In the pop-up enter your email address, and then choose the option “No, I’m new here!” if you have not registered. If you are registered simply select “Yes, my password is” enter  your password and skip to step #8.
  4. You will then be brought to a page where you input your full name, email address and select  a password
  5. Once registered, you will be brought back to the Pepsi Refresh homepage.  Once there, click on the icon “Arts and Culture” and then the $10,000 icon.
  6. If you do not spot “Create an interactive youth performance dealing with racism. Sarasvati Productions” in the list shown, scroll down and hit the tab that reads, “Load More”
  7. Once “Create an interactive youth performance dealing with racism” shows up on the screen click the icon associated with it that reads, “Vote for this idea”
  8. Once you have registered it is a much easier process as you simply use the link to the Stop Racism profile and click on vote. If you aren’t signed in the window will pop up for you to enter your e-mail and password, but it will not navigate away from the Stop Racism profile page, so you can simply hit “Vote for this idea”. You may vote daily.