Kinder Morgan’s pipeline and tanker project poses unacceptable risks to our oceans and waterways, our climate, economies, and communities. It must never be built. First Nations have vowed to stop it in the courts, so people, businesses, and community groups are raising funds to support them. Join us!
Multiple lawsuits have been filed since the project’s approval in late 2016. The Tsleil-Waututh, Coldwater and Squamish First Nations have agreed to work with Pull Together.
Pull Together was created as a way to stand with First Nations to stop Enbridge Northern Gateway. Together over $600,000 was raised and the project was killed.
Round 2, “The People vs. Kinder Morgan” is catching on quickly: people are raising money with concerts, workplace events, and “friend-raising” online.
Amount Raised So Far
Banditas Taqueria held an Earth Day blast that raised $3660 for Pull Together! We received this lovely note from generous owner Aiyana: "Saturday was a great success. It was a wonderfully busy day. I think the highlight was mid day, when we had Earnest Ice Cream here...read more
Wow, Seattle: you really pulled together! We received this short but oh-so-sweet dispatch from organizer Mary Lovell, who was at the Elk's Hall together with Reuben and Cedar George for the 350.org co-sponsored event in support of Pull Together. "Heart is so warm,...read more
Inspiring musings from Luke Wallace: he's a humdinger folksinger and an activist with a heart of gold. He has this to say about his last month on the road for Pull Together: "I think I just had the best month of my entire life. In the last 30 days I visited 15...read more