Dear Friend of the CT Center for Nonviolence,
We hope that this letter finds you and your family well and thriving!
The Connecticut Center for Nonviolence (CTCN), now in its 15th year, is working daily to ensure that people have skills to manage conflict without resorting to violence. Violence and its ugly partner, injustice, continues to deplete our communities, the country and the world; yet we at CTCN consistently build a steady stream of Kingian Nonviolence training sessions and classes, reflective practices and community engagement events.
CT Center for Nonviolence on the ground:
We are in partnerships with local and national organizations, creating a culture of Kingian Nonviolence within schools, police departments and in community groups and organizations of all sizes. The work of CTCN fosters healing of racial disparities and the grave injustices that harm the health of Americans throughout Connecticut and beyond.
Our work touches a range of people from all ages, economic status, professions and positions. Weekly we serve young people who have been severely traumatized by the weight of poverty, systemic racism and the aftermath and continuation of Covid 19.
Will you consider supporting our life giving work by making a tax-deductible donation of any size?
CURRENT PROJECTS INCLUDE:
- Training for Teachers, Administration and Staff in the CREC School System
- Partnering with the CT Office of the Arts- certifying Teaching Artists in the Six Principles and Level 1 Kingian Nonviolence Conflict Reconciliation
- Kingian Nonviolence Training for the New Haven Police Department, year-round
- Building Peaceful Community classrooms in Montessori Schools in Connecticut
- Ongoing Kingian Nonviolence courses, classes and workshops in 5 CREC High Schools in Hartford
- Building substantive partnerships with New Britain Museum of American Art, CT Murals/RiseUp for Arts, The Greater Hartford Arts Council, The 224 EcoSpace and the Litchfield Montessori school to name a few.
- The publication of the book, “Racial Justice and Nonviolence Education” by Dr. Arthur Romano, from George Mason University, about CTCN’s work in community.
- Pastor John Lewis, debriefing with CT State Police during Recruit Training in Kingian Nonviolence Conflict Management for Police and Community Engagement
CTCN is dependent on concerned individuals like you to help us be of service. The Center’s work towards peace, nonviolence and justice is critically needed in these tumultuous times.
We invite you to be part of making “nonviolence a way of life”.
Every single dollar donated is tax deductible and goes directly to the communities we serve. Please support our exceptional work by making a tax-deductible donation of any size TODAY.
Make your gift online or send a check today!
Checks are made out to CT Center for Nonviolence and mailed to P.O. Box 1085, Hartford, CT 06143.
You may also make a one-time or monthly donation by using our secure PayPal option on our website. Monthly donors help us to sustain and uplift the work year-round! We are so appreciative of any offering, big or small!
Thank you in advance, we are truly grateful,
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