The FSP is not a NGO subsidized by foundations, corporate largess or government funds. It is funded by generous contributions and monthly donations by members and sympathizers who also raise money using traditional grassroots means: meals; pass-the-hat at meetings; raffles, rummage and candy bar sales; holiday cards; etc.
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To donate by mail, send a check or money order to the FSP National Office, 4710 University Way NE, #100, Seattle, 98105, USA. Checks should be made out to FSP National Office. Or call 206-985-4621 and we can set you up for monthly donations.
If money is short, there are many other ways you can help the cause!
Become a local distributor of the Freedom Socialist
Call 206-722-2453 and talk to a member of the newspaper staff or email Margaret Viggiani, FS Business Office, at FSnews@mindspring.com.
Become a volunteer
Can you answer phones, research ballot issues, write letters or help with a mailing? Make picket signs, take part in a demonstration, translate a flier into Spanish, cook a meal, write a press release, post fliers in your neighborhood or campus, organize a study group…the list is endless! To volunteer just call a branch near to you or the National Office.
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Feb 11, 25 & Mar 10, 24, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Reading and Discussion Circle – Talking Back: Voices of Color
Wed, 3 Feb, 6:30 pm
Study Circle – An introduction to James P Cannon
Sat, 6 Feb, 2:00 pm
Touch one, touch all: Racism, the fascist threat and how unions can fight it
Wed, 24 Feb, 6:30 pm
FSP Meeting: Indigenous Australia, racism and national oppression
New York City
Sat, Feb 27, 7:00 PM
Black History Month Film: Freedom On My Mind
Sat, Feb 27, 7:00 PM
Black History Month Film and Discussion: Arresting Power: Resisting Police Violence