The November 2 Election results are indeed very sobering, a wake-up call to people who support organizing against existential threats like the Climate Crisis and Nuclear Weapons. In September, to help intensify CFPA’s organizing while we still have a more pro-peace Congress and President, and as we approach the critical 2022 Elections, we launched CFPA's 40 YEARS OF PEACEMAKING campaign.

Our goal is to raise $40,000. A group of generous donors has pledged a matching challenge of $20,000. Your gift up to that amount will be matched dollar for dollar, DOUBLING its impact. Thanks so much to those who have contributed since our previous notices! We have now reached about 80% of that goal, which still leaves $6,000 to go to meet the match. 

We previously sent several E-appeals, as well as a postal mailed appeal to CFPA supporters who haven't yet contributed. I'm writing today to urge you, if you are in that category, to click here NOW or below to make your contribution and have it DOUBLED! CFPA needs your support to have the financial resources to meet the greatly increased post-2021 election challenges! 

If you prefer, postal mail a check to the address below my name. For tax deduction, make payable to Peace Action Education Fund, or PAEF. Please also reply to this email if you plan to postal mail your check or have it sent through a Donor Advised Fund, so we can keep track of all the responses. 

Thanks in advance for supporting this special campaign as generously as possible.

P.S. If you haven't yet registered to attend CFPA's 42nd Annual Conference for Peace on Zoom from 2:30-4:00 PM on Sunday, November 14, please click preceding link and scroll to the bottom. You must pre-register to be sent the link to attend.

I also urge you to complete the online attestation that you are fully vaccinated required in advance on the following link to attend the 11 AM Multifaith Service for Peace in person at Princeton University Chapel. It will save you from having to possibly wait in line at the door! 

In peace,

The Rev. Robert Moore

Executive Director
Coalition for Peace Action
& Peace Action Education Fund 
40 Witherspoon St.
Princeton, NJ 08542