Chapel Hill Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends

531 Raleigh Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27514

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Peace and Justice Committee

The Meeting has a new benevolences subcommittee (Asta Crowe, Hank Elkins, Jamie Jacobs, Lloyd Kramer, and Tom Munk), and a new benevolences process. The subcommittee asks that all Peace and Justice benevolences begin with a nomination from at least one Meeting member or attender. If you have a strong leading to nominate an organization (whether it has been on the list in the past or not), or to suggest the removal of an existing benevolence from our list, please submit this form to the subcommittee. The deadline for submissions is December 1, but Friends are strongly encouraged to submit the proposals well before this deadline. The committee thanks those Friends who have already submitted proposals. Feel free to reach out to Tom Munk or any subcommittee member with any questions.

For a printable form and information about the process see: Benevolances document

For a Microsoft Word version see: Benevolances document


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