Join the Conspiracy
Do you need something meaningful to do? We’ve got volunteer opportunities and a worthy cause to support.
Full Project Guidelines
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To do this ambitious project fellow members are invited to participate. Either by volunteering and/or donating to the project.
Please fill out the form if you are interested in volunteering:
Volunteers Opportunities include:
- Volunteer Coordinator
- Honest Reviewers: somewhere to 20-50 people would be helpful
- Reviewer Coordinator: Help make sure reviewers have advance reader copies and links to write reviews on the different platforms, (Amazon, GoodReads, etc.)
- People who are willing to do a pre-publication endorsement for the back of the book
Some of the teams that still need volunteers are the:
- Substack Email Newsletter Team
- Marketing Team
- Social Media Promotions Team
Fill out the Volunteer Google form!
Another way to contribute is to donate to the cause. The fundraising goal is $3,000 to help cover production and marketing costs. Plus to print and give physical copies of the book to all the contributors and volunteers. Any funds left over after all expenses will be donated to Paul Vanderklay’s ministry.
If you wish to support via GoFundMe, please see the below link:
They are in the final editing and formatting stage. Plus the book cover is currently being designed. As you can see the official website is online and has a fresh new look! Things are moving steadily forward.
The book team was able to get permission to reprint The Banner’s Estuary article and John Vandonk kindly added his own submission on the history and potential of Estuary!
The book team is aiming to publish this summer, 2024.
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