“GUERRILLAS IN OUR MIDST”
OUR WEEKLY LOOK AT THE BEST OF GUERRILLA GIVING – WEEK 2

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We recently told you about this awesome, anonymous, local family dedicated to giving away 10% of their modest income to random Vancouverites in an almost sneaky sort of way.

Seeing as what they’re doing in Vancouver is one of the most awesome things we’ve seen in a long time, we’ve invited the unknown humans behind the Guerrilla Giving project to share their latest drops with you once a week from here on out. Follow their progress, learn about what they’re doing and why they’re doing it but don’t ask who they are because even we don’t know the answer to that question!

I proudly bring you week 2 of “Guerrillas In Our Midst”!

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Feng Shui adherents claim that moving water activates your chi. On Monday, Guerrilla Giving was out to get our chi on. Go with the flow by clicking here.

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It’s to be expected. Every fall. There’s that one day when you know it’s over. On Tuesday, Guerrilla Giving braved the elements and welcomed the rain back. Have a look here

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On Thursday, Guerrilla Giving paid a visit to the Palliative Care ward at Vancouver General Hospital to honour the staff, family and especially the patients on the 16th floor. Click here for the full story.

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Before Craigslist, Facebook, Twitter, et. al, there was the Community Bulletin Board. Guerrilla Giving paid a visit to get the local scoop on Friday. Have a look here.

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On Saturday, Guerrilla Giving shared a bit of love with our favourite little bike repair shop in the world. Pedal on over to G.G. to learn more about Our Community Bikes.

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We heart art. The 2009 Vancouver Biennale has officially launched. Sunday, Guerrilla Giving went on a culture crawl. Come along here.

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Bob is our founder and Editor-in-Chief. A family man and outdoors enthusiast in his 3rd decade of publishing, he steers the V.I.A. ship and hosts our 'BC Was Awesome' history TV show. bobk@vancouverisawesome.com