Such positive feedback, the enthusiasm of our growing network of volunteers, and our own deep commitment have carried us through these lean times. Now we need your help to recover financial stability and build our capacity to carry this work forward. Please consider making a donation to help us build relationships with Native peoples based on truth, respect, justice, and our shared humanity. Your donation will be tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Any amount will help and be much appreciated.
You may donate online here (please select Toward Right Relationship with Native Peoples) or make a check to Friends Peace Teams-TRR (write “TRR” on the memo line) and mail it to Friends Peace Teams-TRR, 1001 Park Ave., St. Louis MO 63104. Thank you!
Here’s another way you can help: Invite us to present our workshops and other programs to your faith community, school, college, or civic organization. Learn more about our programs and facilitators on our website. We just posted a new profile of TRR workshop facilitator Rev. Irvin Porter (Pima, T’hono O’odham, Nez Perce). You’ll enjoy learning about his ministry in the Church of the Indian Fellowship, in Tacoma WA.
And if you haven’t seen it yet, be sure to read about Friends Peace Teams’ proactive anti-racism work around the world in Peaceways.
Thank you for all the ways you work to build right relationships in your community. We wish you good health, peace, and hope as we welcome a new year.
Paula Palmer and Jerilyn DeCoteau (Turtle Mountain Chippewa)