Campaign: Road to Sustaining the Future for Brooklyn For Peace!

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As of Sept 2021

As we approach 2022, Brooklyn For Peace is at a crossroad. Since 1984 our Chairperson, Board, and active committee members have stepped up on a volunteer basis to fulfill the roles usually taken by an Executive Director. However, we have come to the realization that to continue and grow as an organization we need to hire an Executive Director as well as a Program Coordinator. To do this, we have launched a campaign “The Road to Sustaining the Future of BFP”. Our goal is to raise $150,000 by September 1, 2022.  We have raised $58,000 since Sept 1, 2021. We are 1/3 of the way there! Those who did not donate to our end-of-the-year appeal, you can still help by donating now to become 2022 members, and if possible, make a monthly pledge.

By connecting issues with an analysis of the impact of militarism, and building collaborations with local organizations, we hope to contribute to the development of a multi-issue movement for fundamental change in our society, toward one which prioritizes human needs. If you value the voice of Brooklyn For Peace, please renew your membership and your commitment to achieving peace with racial, social, and economic justice by donating to whatever extent you are able.

Please make your tax-deductible donation now. 

PS. All donations made on-line or postmarked before December 31 are tax-deductible in 2021. Suggested basic membership is $30. A donation in any amount after December 1 will make you a BFP member for 2022.  If you wish to donate without becoming a member, please let us know. 

Brooklyn For Peace is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization 11-2963180. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law. Our most recent financial report may be obtained from us, or from the New York State Attorney General’s Office Charities Bureau.