1000+ Letters for Nigeria day 93

Learn more about the 1000+ Letters for Nigeria Project! 

Before I get to the day’s letters, I’ll throw in a mini pitch. Today is giving Tuesday. It’s a response to the extreme consumerism we experience every weekend from Black Friday to Cyber Monday. After a weekend dedicated to spending as much money as possible, Giving Tuesday is an oasis where we remember to think about those other than ourselves and our immediate family circles. Of course, we should not limit ourselves to giving once a year. I think we should structure our finances around giving, but its nice that giving gets the last say, even though its certainly not the loudest say.

For giving Tuesday, please consider giving to the letters for Nigeria project.

This can be financially, but it doesn’t have to be.

You can also give by sending envelopes and stamps to:

Emmett Eldred
Carnegie Mellon University
SMC# 2046
Pittsburgh, PA 15289

Or you can give straight to the COB Nigeria Crisis Fund

Or you can pledge to write your own letters

With that said, today’s letters go to:

Peaceful Tomorrows
Norman Miller Center for Peace, Justice, and Public Understanding
Center for Global Peace Journalism

Click the pictures to read the letter!

Get Involved!

Contribute to the project!

Send non-monetary donations (stamps and envelopes) to:
Emmett Eldred
Carnegie Mellon University
SMC #2046
Pittsburgh, PA 15289

Sign up to write your own letters!

Contribute directly to the Nigeria Crisis Fund

Have a project of your own?

We want to know about it! This is your movement, and we’re here to help you express your Radical, nonconformist approach to following Jesus!

Please fill out a Dunker Punks Profile and email dunkerpunks2014@gmail.com about your vision!

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