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Help Support CNV Houston

Posted by Ryan Hall
08.28.17

If you are looking to find ways of supporting those affected by the hurricane and flooding in Texas, please consider supporting the local Campaign Nonviolence group in Houston. CNV Action Organizer Jerry Maynard has set up a page for donations via the Houston Peace and Justice Center. 

Houston has experienced catastrophic flooding and extensive damage due to tornadoes in certain parts. Campaign Nonviolence-Houston is working hard to implement a grassroots effort lead by activists, community organizers, and other leaders, to help provide rapid response to the most negatively impacted in our community. If you do not live in Houston but know a friend, family, or colleagues in Houston, we strongly ask you to consider making a tax-deductible donation to help provide for food, water, clothes, medicine, and other basic needs. If you have the means, we also ask that you make a recurring donation, as we expect the recovery period to be long-term.

Click here to make a donation to CNV Houston and the Houston Peace and Justice Center.

If you have questions or concerns, feel free to contact the Founder/Regional Organizer, Jerry Maynard via cnvhouston1@gmail.com

TRANSPARENCY STATEMENT
*CNV Houston is a member organization of the Houston Peace and Justice Center (HPJC) so all donations that are made through this site will be processed and entered into our restricted bank account held by HPJC. This allows for secured holding of all contributions and allows for only the Founder of CNV-Houston to have access to funds and the authority to distribute funds in accordance with our governance structure. The Houston Peace and Justice Center merely acts as a holder and has no authority/access to any contributions made to Campaign Nonviolence-Houston.

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