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One of the most important ways you can help our support group for the International Solidarity Movement is with your donations. Your funds pay the modest operating expenses in Palestine and the US.  They help to defend volunteers and Palestinian coordinators when they are arrested.  They fund a print newsletter to more than 2,000 subscribers, many of whom do not use computers.  We have sent video equipment with volunteers so we can record the crimes of the occupation. One of them was the second of Emad Burnat’s Five Broken Cameras and another captured a criminal Israeli soldier executing a wounded Palestinian in al-Khalil (Hebron).  We also set aside some funds every year to send volunteers to Palestine who otherwise would not be able to go.  We send representatives to conferences in order to strengthen our and your voice.  Please help.  The need for an international presence in Palestine is more urgent than ever before.

We are an all volunteer organization that has no paid staff.  ISM-NorCal is a project of the Association for Investment in Popular Action Committees, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, tax ID no. 20-5516191, which provides our fiscal sponsorship.  As required by law, the Association files an annual report of its finances with the Internal Revenue Service, which may be viewed at https://apps.irs.gov/app/eos/pub78Search.do?ein1=20-5516191&names=&city=&state=CA&country=US&deductibility=all&dispatchMethod=searchCharities&submitName=Search.

Your contribution to ISM-NorCal is fully tax-deductible.

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Mail checks to:
ISM Support Group
405 Vista Heights Rd.
El Cerrito, CA 94530

PLEASE NOTE:  We are required by the US Internal Revenue Service to provide receipt letters to all persons or institutions that donate more than $250 in one calendar year.  Our practice is to provide receipt letters for all donations of $50 or more, and to mail them all at one time in January for the preceding year.  If you need an earlier acknowledgment, please let us know.

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