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Updated posted by Stuart Anderson 2 months ago
We are all peacemakers
Monday, January 20, 2014
Assembly: 9:30 am – 9:45 am
Birney Child Development Center/rec center 1230 Sumner Road , SE
Step off into the Community
Rally at the Exiter School
10:45 Children address
Join main Peace Walk group
FFOIP, Washington Informer, Bread for the City, United Black Fund, Sisters United, Yango and Our DC provide provisions to the Peace Walker at way station (set up at the Washington Informer office)
Covenant Baptist UCC 3845 South Capitol St.
Program: 12:30 pm
For more on the MLK feeder Peace Walk activities, visit www.ffoip.org or www.MLKHolidayDC .org or call 202 239-9439
*Smooth @ United Black Fund
*Rick @ Peace Rally
Updated posted by Stuart Anderson 8 months ago
We are working really hard to prepare for this year's Public safety Community cookout! This event is designed as a back to school day of reflection; a fun filled day of activities; and, a day of unification of families!
We are collecting school supplies for at-risk youth and the children of those incarcerated. Donate now or to make a donation of supplies contact us at www.FFOIP.org.
Created by Stuart Anderson on March 26, 2013
Family & Friends of Incarcerated People
2014 Donor Drive
Join our 2014 donor drive. Help us raise $ 10,000 to continue the efforts of Family & Friends Of Incarcerated People (FFOIP) Inc. in the community. Please take a moment to make a donation of:
• Give $100, $50, or even $25 – any amount counts.
• Become a monthly donor, and give monthly.
• Become a major donor. Champion $500 , Friend $250, Supporter $100
Family & Friends Of Incarcerated People (FFOIP) Inc. needs your support to bring services, activities, and events to the children of incarcerated people. As an organization with a strong service record within the Metropolitan area FFOIP, Inc. is in need of in-kind goods and services to become most effective in the community. Currently we are funded largely by our individual efforts and your donations. Your support will go a long way in supporting the crucial role FFOIP Inc. plays in avoiding inter-generational incarceration and increasing public safety, as well as fighting for social and economic justice.
• $25 covers transportation and meals for one child to local field trips.
• $100 sends an FFOIP organizer to support regional actions for social justice.
• $1,000 would support FFOIP’s Fatherhood initiative project.
• $1,500 would support FFOIP’s Summer Youth Roller Skating.
• $2,500 would support FFOIP’s annual Student Organizing workshops.
• $3,000 would support FFOIP’s Summer Youth Retreat at Wayside.
• $5,000 would support FFOIP’s annual Public Safety Community Event.
Please watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtt96ZiArGI
or listen to this audio documix: http://www.grassrootsmediaproject.org/2010/12/a-day-for-the-children-of-incarcerated-parents-and-those-at-risk.
Thanks again for your support, and thanks for joining in our donor drive.
Stuart W. Anderson
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We are collecting school supplies for at-risk youth and the children of those incarcerated. To make a donation of supplies contact us at www.FFOIP.org.
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