A great big THANK YOU to everyone who donated to and volunteered at The Peace & Justice Center of Sonoma County in 2015.
The Peace & Justice Center relies on membership dues and donations to help support our work. We appreciate the new and ongoing members and our generous donors. Membership includes a one year subscription to the Sonoma County Peace Press; which is a bi-monthly publication that focuses on current events in the peace and social justice movement.
- $15 Low Income & Student Membership
- $35 Basic Membership
- $60 Family Membership
- Nuturing Donor - up to $99
- Peacemaker Donor - $100 or more
- Justice for All Donor - $200 or more
- World Peace Donor - $500 or more
The Peace & Justice Center is a 501( c )3 non-profit organization; therefore your contrubtion is tax-deductible. Donations can be made securely online via PayPal on the Donate tab on this website and checks can be dropped off or mailed to:
The Peace & Justice Center of Sonoma County
467 Sebastopol Avenue
Santa Rosa, Ca. 95401
Another way to give year-round to the PJC is by using an eScrip card when shopping at Oliver’s Market. Request a Community Card Registration form at the PJC or a Community Card at any of the Oliver’s Markets. Then, register the card at eScrip.com/Olivers and enter the Group ID# 500024954; which ensures that 3% of your purchase price is contributed to the Peace & Justice Center.
The Peace & Justice Center of Sonoma County is committed to helping local activist groups in our communinty by providing meeting space. Also, in some cases, the PJC is fiscal sponsor to groups so that donations can be allocated to them. Two such groups that are doing important work in the community to address the housing crisis are Camp Michela and Homeless Action! Checks can be made payable to the Peace & Justice Center of Sonoma County with either Camp Michela or Homeless Action! in the memo line to ensure your donation will reach the folks in our community who need it most.
Get involved or stay involved any way you can to help promote peace and social justice in 2016.