NOTE CORRECT DATE [GVCP] Duvet Project for Afghanistan

December 4, 2015
***********  Please Change your calendar to: Thursday, December 17th ***********

A Holiday Benefit
For the Afghan Peace Volunteers’ Quilt Project

After 13 years of U.S./NATO intervention in Afghanistan, and US$1.172 trillion dollars spent on the Afghan war from 2001 to October of 2012 <> , the basic needs of ordinary Afghans constantly caught in the crossfire are still poorly met.

In the following winter of 2013, the Afghan Peace Volunteers ( APVs ) organized the making and distribution of duvets to poor families in Kabul, including those in refugee camps.

Thanks to international peace-builders who had raised funds from among ordinary Americans, the APVs were able to distribute more than 2000 duvets <>  that year. The Afghan ladies who sewed the duvets were paid a living wage per duvet.  – quote from APV website

Let’s help them do it again this year!

To learn more about the APV Quilt Project:  <>

Please Join Metro Justice Peace Action & Education in
A Festive Evening of Music and Poetry       
   With local musician, poet and activist,
Jack Bradigan Spula
        playing the music of
    Haydn, J.S. Bach, Chopin, and Rossini on the piano.

7:00 pm Thursday, December 17th, 2015
At the Downtown United Presbyterian Church
121 N. Fitzhugh St, Rochester, NY  

$20 entry with sliding scale to $10
100% of the funds will go straight to the Afghan Peace Volunteers

Donations: Send a check made out to ‘Voices for Creative Nonviolence’ to Peg Gefell, 811 Meigs Street, Rochester, NY 14620

Desserts, tea and coffee served during intermission

For more information contact Peg Gefell at (585) 313-6674

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