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Pacific peoples' partnership invites your support!

We are celebrating 40 years of working with Pacific island peoples to support their efforts to create lasting solutions to the realities of poverty, environmental degradation and injustice in their communities and across the region...

You can be a vital part of making a difference today and into the future! The work of Pacific Peoples' Partnership is sustained by the commitment of generous donors across North America and the Pacific. Please help us continue to support the innovative work of our parters as they strive to realize their own vision of social and economic development and change, and to create communities rooted in peace and social justice. There are several ways to give:

Financial Contributions: Financial contributions are integral to the continuance of our programs and initiatives. With gratitude we accept cash, cheque and VISA/Mastercard.

Our Canada Helps Page: Through PPP's Canada Helps Page, you can make one-time or monthly donations. Additionally, donations of mutual fund shares or securities can also be made through this secure webpage.

Aeroplan Point Donations: Through Beyond Miles, Aeroplan members are able to support PPP's cultural exchange programs by donating their unused reward miles to help cover travel costs for Pacific Community Representatives.

Become a Volunteer: PPP is always looking to connect with community members who are motivated to create positive change! There are a variety of ways to volunteer with us such as event planning, fundraising, research, website/IT support, office assistance, and communications. Email info@pacifcpeoplespartnership.org for more information.

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Publication:Tok Blong Pasifik
Date:Dec 22, 2015
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