A Love Letter to Home Depot from the LGBTQ Community!
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A Love Letter to Home Depot from the LGBTQ Community!

    1. C.D.  Kirven
    2. Petition by

      C.D. Kirven

      Dallas, TX

Hello LGBT community and Allies!

I need your support to help a company that has financially supported LGBT families. Home Depot is under attack by American Family Association. AFA has started a nationwide boycott of Home Depot stores because of their support of a LGBT pride celebration and that they held a family friendly section at the event.

Let’s send Home Depot a love letter and let them know we appreciate their support! We will send the nation’s largest love letter to Home Depot. Great love letters have always inspired hope and love for centuries. 

For example:

-The 12th century story of Pierre Abelard and Héloïse has endured for generations

-The object of Beethoven's "Immortal Beloved" letters remains a mystery President

-Woodrow Wilson was a prolific love letter writer

Now, we can count the LGBT community among those historic events and together create one of the largest love letters of all time.

Get Equal Now wants started a program called; “No family left behind!” This program will collect signatures from the LGBTQ community to thank company’s or individuals that support diverse families and are under attack by groups using fear instead of love.

Get Equal Now will personally deliver the love letter to the company or person once signature goal is reached. So, we are asking the LGBT community and allies to join us by signing the love letter (A creative twist on the petition format) and support diversity families.

We will lead by example and show other groups motivate by hate that love conquers all!

Thank you in advance for your support!

 

Sincerely,

 

C.D. Kirven – Co-founder of Get Equal Now

www.getequalnow.org

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