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So you're ready to help but don't know where to start. Maybe you're not ready to pick up your life up and move to a rural community in El Salvador ...

 

Don't fret! You DO have what it takes to make a difference!

 

There are as many ways to help as there are people willing to lend a hand. They involve differing degrees of time, money, energy, resources and skills. It all depends on what you have to offer and what you're comfortable with! The following list is just a jumping off point -- and keep in mind that new ideas and ways to be involved are always surfacing!

 

 

 

WAYS TO HELP

WAYS TO HELP

Donate

 

CRISPAZ's work in solidarity with the people of El Salvador depends on offerings of free will from peacemakers of all religions and none. Please be generous!

Make a Bequest

 

CRISPAZ welcomes you bequest on our behalf. Such sources of funding allow our organization to benefit over the years from your generosity. Click the icon above to see several ways to provide bequest to CRISPAZ

Spread the word

 

Spread the word! Tell your friends about El Salvador and CRISPAZ! Encourage them to visit our website and social media.

Come on a delegation

 

El Salvador Encounter is a faith-based delegation experience where participants learn from the Salvadoran people about their lives, histories and hopes for the future.

TAKE ACTION

 

 

 

Take action! The following are just few examples of links to action and avocacy sites, where often making a difference is as simple as sending a note to your congressman or your local grocery store! We will be adding more links and information to this list, so please keep checking - and please contact us with any suggestions of links that we should post here!

 

For more information, contact our Delegation Coordinatior: info@crispaz.org

 

 

 

BUY RESPONSIBLY

 

 

Fair trade is an approach to business and to development based on dialogue, transparency, and respect that seeks to create greater equity in the international trading system.

 

Fair trade supports farmers and craftspeople in developing countries who are socially and economically marginalized. These producers lack economic opportunity and often face steep hurdles in finding markets and customers for their goods.

 

Fair trade is much more than just trade. At the core of the fair trade model is a direct, cooperative, and in-depth relationship between buyers and sellers that keeps all of the principles of fair trade at the forefront.

 

 
 

Buy responsibly! Choosing fair trade products demonstrates your commitment to a fair wage and just labor conditions for the workers at all levels of production. Look for the fair trade label when buying, coffee, tea, hot cocoa, chocolate, fresh fruit, and other products! For more information about fair trade, what products are available, and where to find them near you, check out the links below:

 

 

Equal Exchage

Fair Trade USA

Global Exchange

Fair Trade Federation

SERRV

St. Peter's

Ten Thousand Villages

 

SPREAD THE WORD

 

 

Spread the word! Tell your friends about El Salvador and CRISPAZ! Encourage them to visit our website and social media. Share your stories with us! Been to El Salvador ? We are looking for stories, photos, reflections, links, and anything else that you'd like to share with us about your time in El Salvador, whether you came on a one-week delegation or spent two years as a volunteer. Please send along any of the above to info@crispaz.org, and let us know if we can them on our site or in one of our publications!

 

 
 
 
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