On August 5, 2012, a gunman, with neo-Nazi ties, killed six Sikhs while attending Gurdwara (Sikh house of worship) in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. While the community continues to remember this tragedy, we know that we must all stand united against hate and respond in love.
In response to the Oak Creek tragedy, and as part of our responsibility to affect positive change in our community, we have set up the One Nation Fund. With your support, this fund strives to help victims of religious/racial hate crimes or domestic terrorism, and their families.
The One Nation Fund is currently collecting funds for the families of the victims of the Emanuel A.M.E. Church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina. They need our collective support today as they work to rebuild their lives and community.
The purposes of the One Nation Fund are to:
• Meet the immediate needs of victims of religious/racial hate crimes or domestic terrorism and their immediate family members
• Meet the immediate needs of first responders, and their immediate family members, who are killed or injured in the line of duty during the commission of religious hate crimes or domestic terrorism;
• Provide scholarships for immediate family members of victims of religious hate crimes or domestic terrorism;
• Prevent religious hate crimes and domestic terrorism; or
• Create curricula and materials that will prevent the bullying of students as a result of their religious beliefs and affiliations.
Please join us in supporting current and future families affected by such tragedy. Your gift to the One Nation fund reflects that we are one community and one nation uniting for a better future.
Thank you for your support.
Send checks care of:
San Antonio Area Foundation | 110 Broadway, Suite 230 | San Antonio, TX 78205
or donate online at www.saafdn.org
For more information, call 210.225.2243 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
“No one is my enemy, and no one is a stranger. I get along with everyone.”
Guru Arjan Devjee