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SUPPORT THE NETWORK

Those who pledge are asked to complete their commitment by June each year in order to have our funding in place for General Assembly expenses. Many individuals, churches and groups choose to give beyond their pledge, or without having pledged at all. We encourage members and friends of IPMN to encourage their congregation and/or presbytery to designate a portion of the annual Peacemaking Offering to IPMN.   We have been blessed by very generous contributions which have exceeded our pledge goals each year. This has empowered IPMN to be able to go further each year with our advocacy, education, sharing with partner organizations/agencies in I/P and with the PC(USA) mission personnel on the ground. 

Each year, grants are made to non-profits doing the work of justice in Palestine that are recommended by the Steering Committee to the general membership for approval at the annual meeting. We also give annual support to mission personnel in I/P. The grants and the mission personnel support are a significant portion of our annual fund raising efforts.

We invite you to join our efforts in seeking peace with justice in Palestine and Israel by making an annual pledge, or sending a gift of any amount. All gifts are received through the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and qualify as charitable giving.

 

Gifts may be made online through a PC(USA) church.

We also invite and encourage you to become a member of IPMN.  For information on joining with us in this important work and mission, please contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

With both thanks and faith towards a Just Peace in Palestine and Israel,

The IPMN Finance Committee

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