and Ad Forms
PathMakers to Peace reception and gala dinner will be held Thursday, November 17, 2016 at the historic Plymouth Church in Brooklyn Heights at 6:00 pm.
PathMakers to Peace honors individuals and organizations who have demonstrated continued efforts to support the peace and justice movement both in and outside the community. We are pleased to present our awards this year to:
- Moustafa Bayoumi
Author and Professor at Brooklyn College, whose work has addressed impact of "War on Terror" on the Muslim-American community and on civil liberties
- Frances Fox Piven
Social theorist, welfare rights activist, and political science professor at C.U.N.Y.
- Opal Tometi
Co-Founder of Black Lives Matter and Executive Director of the Black Alliance for Just Immigration
- Granny Peace Brigade
An anti-war demonstration group in New York City made up of women dedicated to the goal of peace with justice domestically and globally
To read more about the honorees, check out their full bios.
There are many ways you can be apart of this incredible event. You can:
- Purchase Tickets
- Be a PathMakers to Peace Sponsor
- Place an ad for the PathMakers to Peace Program
PathMakers to Peace Program Tickets, Sponsorship and Ad Forms
Select which method you would like to use
- Tickets: Submit and pay online. This form allows you to buy tickets online with direct, fast and secure payment processing.
- Ads & Sponsorships: Submit and pay online. This form allows you to pay for an ad online with fast and secure payment processing.
- Pay for tickets, ads, and sponsorships offline. Print out form [PDF] and mail in payment. Some of us like the tried and true, and if you are part of this group, we've provided you with a downloadable pdf form which you can send in with your payment (or call 718-624-5921 to pay over the phone).
All ad materials, checks or money orders, and donations may be sent to:
Brooklyn For Peace
41 Schermerhorn Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
To call in credit card number or for questions, please call 718-624-5921.
Individual tickets are $150. Purchase a table $1,350 (seating 9).
If you unable to attend, but would like to make a donation, click here.
Brooklyn For Peace is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation. All donations and portion of the ticket price are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Be a PathMakers to Peace event sponsor! Support Brooklyn For Peace and Pathmakers to Peace with an additional donation! Sponsor receive ad size of their choice and will be acknowledged in all program materials, on social media, and at the event.
The following are the event sponsorship levels.
Trailblazer for Peace
Additional Donation of $250 or more
Additional Donation of $100-$249
Additional Donation of $50 to $99
Additional Donation of $25 to $49
Program Ad Levels
Take out an ad for this incredible event and support the efforts of Brooklyn For Peace! You can select and pay online, then mail or email us your ad or we can design it for you at no cost! Or fill out this form and send it to us.
Back Cover Full Page: $750 or more. Full-page ad 5" w x 8" h listed on back cover.
Full Page: $600 or more. Full page ad 5" w x 8" h
Half Page: $325 or more. Half-page ad horizontal (5" w x 4" h) OR vertical (2.5" w x 8" h)
Quarter Page: $175 or more. Quarter-page ad horizontal (2" h x 5" w) OR vertical (2.5" w x 4" h)
Eighth Page: $100 or more. Eighth-page ad (2.5" w x 2" h)
Listing: Anything donation under $100. Listed in acknowledgements.
Important information for placing an ad in the program:
After you make your decision about the ad level you would like, email your ad in high resolution pdf, jpeg or TIFF to
melissa @brooklynpeace.org. To help you decide on the size of your ad, view ad specifications here.
Not a designer? No worries, we can design ad for you. Send us your text and logo or graphic. We'll work with you! Or we can scan your ad from camera-ready copy. And you can send it to us via mail.
Deadline for ad submission is Friday, November 4 2016.
If you have any questions email email@example.com or call us at 718-624-5921. Thank you!
Inaugurated in 2013, the PathMakers to Peace awards by Brooklyn For Peace have honored individuals and organizations whose courage and dedication have led the way in supporting the peace and justice movement in Brooklyn and beyond.
Both the name, PathMakers to Peace, and the logo, for these awards were chosen to emphasize the many different pathways to peace. The honorees exemplify this.
Past honorees include:
Medea Benjamin (2014) — Co-Founder of CODEPINK and Global Exchange. Video.
Noam Chomsky (2014) — One of our nation’s foremost public intellectuals. Since the publication of his highly influential essay, “The Responsibility of Intellectuals” in 1967, he has been a consistent voice for peace, social justice and human rights around the world. More than the sum of all his academic achievements, Noam Chomsky is best considered as the moral conscience of our society.
Part One, Part Two, Part Three.
Interview with Dr. Partha Banerjee, labor educator and human rights activist
Amy Goodman (2015) — Author, journalist, and host and Executive Producer of Democracy Now!
Part One, Part Two, Part Three
FUREE (Families United for Racial and Economic Equality) (2013)— A Brooklyn-based, multi-generational, member-led organization, made up mostly of women of color. FUREE organizes low-income communities to build power to change the system.
Dr. Ahmad Jaber (2013) — Co-founder of the Arab American Association of New York. A retired obstetrician and gynecologist, Dr.Jaber has been a Bay Ridge community member for over thirty years.
Rabbi Ellen Lippmann (2013) — Founder and rabbi of Kolot Chayeinu/Voices of Our Lives, a progressive Jewish community in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Lynn Nottage (2013) — Pulitzer Prize winning playwright (“Ruined”) and a graduate of the Yale School of Drama.
Michael Ratner (2014) — President Emeritus of the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR). past president of the National Lawyers Guild; and Chair of the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights. Ratner is a veteran in the fight for democracy and constitutional justice. Michael Rather died in 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0qsDW6v7x4
Nancy Romer (2013) — Co-founder of the Brooklyn Food Coalition, a grassroots food justice organization working for healthy food access for all, sustainable food systems and justice for food workers.
Brooklyn For Peace is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation. All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.