Thank you for the actions you’ve taken this year
to help move the world toward Nuclear Zero. As the year draws to a close, it’s time to reflect on what we’ve
achieved, and also look at the challenges ahead. Of primary importance is continuing to support the Marshall Islands and its
Nuclear Zero lawsuits against all nine nuclear-armed nations.
As a consultant to the Marshall Islands, we have built
a strong consortium of civil society organizations around a shared vision for peace and nuclear disarmament. The consortium
includes Greenpeace, Free the Children and Physicians for Social Responsibility, to name just a few. (Visit nuclearzero.org to see the full list.) Such strong and united support will let world leaders know that people everywhere seek a world free
from the threat of nuclear devastation.
But we need your continued support and generosity if we are to succeed in this unprecedented initiative. Your tax-deductible donation will:
- Create multi-media advocacy
campaigns that educate, engage, advocate and activate the public toward reaching Nuclear Zero.
- Coordinate essential
legal actions, strategies and tactics with the international and U.S. legal teams, potential plaintiff countries, and leaders
of the Marshall Islands.
- Engage the 68,000 members of our Action Alert Network, putting organized pressure on political
leaders to advance concrete policies toward nuclear disarmament.
Imagine if every one of us were to give $15 (the
amount the U.S. spends on nuclear weapons every 0.008 seconds). We could raise enough funds to support our efforts for the
whole year. So please consider giving $5, $15, even $100 or whatever you can today.
Each of us can make a difference. Each of us can have a say. Each of us can add his or her voice so that we speak as
one, calling out for Nuclear Zero.
Thanks again for caring and for making a difference with your contribution.
you peaceful holidays,
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
P.S. For a donation of $100 or more, we will happily send you a new edition of our inspiring quotation book, Speaking of Peace.