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Receipt Summary to Fridays for Future U.S.

Environmental training, strike against fossil fuels

Reimbursement #102009
international mutual aid

Submitted by Jérémy arusi adeba on October 15, 2022

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Dear Everyone, In less than one month, #STOPFOSSILFUELSDRCONGO will be back on the streets. But this time things will be a little different. They need to be. We need £100K by 9th September to launch dramatic actions in the DRCONGO- and to take across The END FOSSIL FUELS in the world . Will you fund our campaign A new Prime Minister is about to be chosen - but not by the people. Whoever gets the keys to No.10, neither the president has shown they understand the climate and ecological crises we face. We need to keep up the pressure. On 10th September we’re kicking off the campaign in Drcongo with a long weekend of civil resistance, training and community building. Then we’re boarding buses... A small fleet of buses will take teams of highly-trained the volunteer across the country to mobilise communities and show how citizens assemblies offer us a route out of our ecocidal status quo. This phase of the campaign will finish back in Drcongo in October, when we will be stronger than ever. Donate Will you help us take campaign on the road? £30 can provide police station support to two young rebels after arrest, making sure they are fed and get home safely £75 can print over a thousand flyers, each one sowing a seed of change £200 can buy a portable PA system to raise morale with speeches and songs £15,000 can fund a bus to carry our message of change across the Drcongo 🇨🇩🇨🇩 We’ve all witnessed first hand the devastating repercussions of inaction - record temperatures, wildfires, droughts, flooding and loss of wildlife. We must show an alternative to our failing democratic system is possible. Donate now and be on the right side of history. #STOPFOSSILFUELDRCONGO
Date: 10/15/2022

$3,000.00 USD

Total amount $3,000.00

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OpenCollective Foundation 501(c)(3) (Open Collective Foundation)

440 N. Barranca Avenue, #3717 Covina, CA 91723

By Jérémy arusi adebaon

Expense created

By Katharinaon

Expense rejected

Collective balance
$74,158.01 USD

Fiscal Host
Open Collective Foundation

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