They are hosting their first ever breakfast reception on Parliament Hill for Members of Parliament and Senators on Monday, May 1 from 7:30 – 10am.
They want to kick off Celiac Disease Awareness Month and their 50th anniversary by educating Parliamentarians and Senators about key issues that impact you.
Members of Parliament are more motivated to attend an event when a local constituent contacts them.
Would you have a moment to send an email invitation to your Member of Parliament?
It just takes three easy steps:
- Click here to search for your Member of Parliament.
- Search by their name or your postal code or your riding. Then click on ‘CONTACT’ for their email address.
- Download this Invitation PDF and include it in your email: Subject line: May 1 – Celiac Month Breakfast Reception
- Include the message in this word document or copy and paste the message below.
- Be sure to include your first and last name, address and phone number on the email to them otherwise they won’t respond to your request. You must be a local constituent!
- Copy firstname.lastname@example.org on your email so they know who you invited and to be ready to welcome them.
Hi, my name is [your name] and I am a constituent in your riding.
I am writing as an individual with celiac disease and a supporter of Celiac Canada, a national charity to encourage you as my Member of Parliament to attend an important breakfast reception and interactive event. You would have received an invitation from MP Sonia Sidhu and MP Tim Louis.
Celiac Canada is celebrating its 50th Anniversary and kicking off Celiac Disease Awareness Month with their first ever breakfast on May 1, in Room 310 Wellington Building from 7:30 – 10am.
As an individual with celiac disease/or family member living with the disease, [insert your personal message] –
I really hope you can attend the breakfast and learn more about your knowledge of celiac disease and learn more about the challenges faced by individuals like me living with this lifelong condition, especially in this time of rising inflation and food costs.
Insert your first and last name
Celiac Canada Asks:
- Include your first and last name, address and phone number on the email to them otherwise they won’t respond to your request. You must be a local constituent!
- Copy email@example.com on your email so we know who you invited and we can be on the alert if they come!
- Be courteous and polite.
- Please only email your local MP.
Thank you for bringing awareness to celiac disease issues!
On behalf of, Melissa Secord
Executive Director, Celiac Canada