Help us to continue breaking the silence…

Read complete 2013 Fundraising Campaign Letter.

In 2014 The Maritimes Guatemala Breaking the Silence Solidarity Network will celebrate 25 years of solidarity work.  Since 1989, BTS has been working in partnership with local committees and Guatemalan partners to support important work that addresses the defense of human rights, community self-sufficiency, natural resource sustainability, Canadian corporate accountability and much more.

Help sustain our work! Donate today online or send a cheque to Tatamagouche Centre, specifying on the memo line the BTS Staffing Campaign. If you are donating online with a credit card, please note BTS Staffing Campaign in the box “Additional Comments”. All donations which arrive at Tatamagouche Centre by January 15thcan be claimed as charitable tax credits for 2013.

Please note the First-Time Donor’s Super Credit: First-time donors or those who have not claimed an income tax charitable donation credit in the past five years are allowed a 40% federal credit for donations of $200 or less, and a 54% federal credit for the portion of donations over $200 but not exceeding $1000.

Please consider what BTS means to you! The defense of human rights, holding Canadian companies operating in Guatemala accountable, community self-sufficiency, and, perhaps most importantly, the deep relationships we have built over the years…these globally transformative actions are in jeopardy without your support. We need you to keep this work going, to keep the fire in these relationships burning.