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The Irish Anti-War Movement

Membership Drive and Getting Involved

Contents

  1. Donating to the IAWM
    1. By Post
    2. By Standing Order
    3. By PayPal
    4. By Organizing a Fundraiser
  2. Get the New Shannon Watch Booklet "War and Renditions"
  3. Suggestions

 

 


1. Donating to the IAWM

Membership of the IAWM is not limited to those who can afford it for this reason we have kept our membership fees as low as possible only €5.00 for unwaged people and €10.00 for waged. However we need to raise money to cover the cost of events as printing and booking meeting rooms is not free. If you can afford to make a donation we would be very grateful. Donations can be made in the following ways:

1-1. By Post

A Cheque or Postal Order can be sent directly to the Irish Anti-War Movement PO Box 9260 Dublin 1

1-2. By Standing Order

Download the standing order form here: https://www.irishantiwar.org/files/standing-order-form.doc

Fill it out and send it back to The Irish Anti-War Movement, PO Box 9260, Dublin 1.

Note: A standing order can’t be changed in any way by the Irish Anti-War Movement so if you choose to donate €5.00 a month that is all that will be taken out of your account per month. You have complete control over it and can cancel it at any time by contacting your bank.

1-3. By PayPal

To donate with PayPal go to the Irish Anti-War Movement home page (www.irishantiwar.org) and click the donate button on the top right hand corner.  On the page that appears put the amount you want to donate into the Item Price field.

Contents

  1. Donating to the IAWM
    1. By Post
    2. By Standing Order
    3. By PayPal
    4. By Organizing a Fundraiser
  2. Get the New Shannon Watch Booklet "War and Renditions"
  3. Suggestions

 

 


1. Donating to the IAWM

Membership of the IAWM is not limited to those who can afford it for this reason we have kept our membership fees as low as possible only €5.00 for unwaged people and €10.00 for waged. However we need to raise money to cover the cost of events as printing and booking meeting rooms is not free. If you can afford to make a donation we would be very grateful. Donations can be made in the following ways:

1-1. By Post

A Cheque or Postal Order can be sent directly to the Irish Anti-War Movement PO Box 9260 Dublin 1

1-2. By Standing Order

Download the standing order form here: https://www.irishantiwar.org/files/standing-order-form.doc

Fill it out and send it back to The Irish Anti-War Movement, PO Box 9260, Dublin 1.

Note: A standing order can’t be changed in any way by the Irish Anti-War Movement so if you choose to donate €5.00 a month that is all that will be taken out of your account per month. You have complete control over it and can cancel it at any time by contacting your bank.

1-3. By PayPal

To donate with PayPal go to the Irish Anti-War Movement home page (www.irishantiwar.org) and click the donate button on the top right hand corner.  On the page that appears put the amount you want to donate into the Item Price field.

To Subscribe with PayPal go to the following page https://www.irishantiwar.org/node/4 and click the button entitled Subscribe and Join IAWM.  Follow the instructions on the PayPal page.

1-4. By Organizing a Fundraiser

If you would like to organise a fundraising event please contact Kieran OSullivan on 087 61 87 680.

Note: If you have any queries about making a donation contact Kieran OSullivan on 087 61 87 680


2. Get the New Shannon Watch Booklet "War and Renditions"

Shannon watch in cooperation with the Irish Anti-War Movement (IAWM) and the Peace and Neutrality Alliance (PANA) have produced a booklet detailing the activities of the US military at Shannon.

This booklet has been authored by John Lannon (Shannon Watch) who has spent several years monitoring the activities at Shannon.

The booklet can be downloaded here: https://www.irishantiwar.org/files/Shannon_Watch_Book_LR.pdf

If you wish to purchase it go to www.irishantiwar.org and you will see details on how to purchase it in the top left hand corner of the home page.


3. Your Suggestions

There are a lot of good ideas out there that could make us more affective as a movement if you think that there is an anti-war related cause that you are involved in which you think we can help with don’t keep it to yourself send an e-mail to info@irishantiwar.org or talk to us at our next public meeting.

3.1 How are Policy Decisions Made

All policy decisions of the Irish Anti-War Movement are made at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) so if there is a policy you do not agree with or a policy you think we should have put in a motion at the next AGM.

 

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