Signers

Divest from War / Invest In People Signers

We, the undersigned, are divesting from the taxes that fund war, and investing in people, planet, and justice. We will not wait for the U.S. government to end its wars. We will not wait for government approval of our actions. We are divesting from war by refusing some or all of those federal tax dollars that fund it, or by living below the taxable income level. We invite you to join us in this public act of civil disobedience to war and war funding.

To sign the Divest/Invest list, please fill out the registration form on the War Tax Divestment page. If you check the “use my name” box under the “Publicize” section on the form, we will add your name below. You can also fill out the form to request more information.

Ed Agro Randolph, MA
Pamela Allee Portland, OR
Ellen E Barfield Baltimore, MD
Sue Barnhart Eugene, OR
Anne Barron Santee, CA
Larry Bassett Lynchburg, VA
Ruth Benn Brooklyn, NY
Stan Bohn N. Newton, KS
Anthony Bopp Seattle, WA
Pamela Borden Raleigh, NC
Molly Boyd San Diego, CA
Frederick Burks Berkeley, CA
Jerry Chernow Madison, WI
James Conrad Austin, TX
Luke Copeland Palmdale, CA
Larry Dansinger Bangor, ME
Gary Erb Boulder, CO
Kima Garrison Portland, OR
Colby Glass San Antonio, TX
Bill Glassmire Corvallis, OR
Larry Harper Sebastopol, CA
David and Jan Hartsough San Francisco, CA
Rameen Hassanzadeh Providence, RI
Ed Hedemann Brooklyn, NY
Arjen Hoekstra Eugene, OR
Matthew Hoh Wake Forest, NC
Judith Hopkins Pownal, ME
Michael Hughes Anthem, AZ
Douglas Jackson Zurich, Switzerland
Olivia Jackson Astoria, NY
Ed Kale LaPointe, WI
John M Klotz Dubuque, IA
Carol Carter Krehbiel Falmouth, KY
Sam Koplinka-Loehr Philadelphia, PA
Bob Landolfi Naperville, IL
Steve Leeds San Francisco, CA
Doug Mackenzie Tollhouse, CA
Karl Meyer Nashville, TN
Will Moore Blue Springs, MO
Rodney Nippert Amesville, OH
Russell Nowlin Coolidge, AZ
Ruth Hyde Paine Santa Rosa, CA
Jack Payden-Travers Lynchburg, VA
Bill Ramsey Marshall, NC
Hilda Richey Hillsboro, WI
Ari Rosenberg philadelphia, pa
Lawrence Rosenwald Wellesley, MA
Bill Ruhaak Joliet, IL
Bob and Kathy Runyan Ben Lomond, CA
Skip Schiel Cambridge, MA
Ginny Schneider Portland, ME
John and Pat Schweibert Portland, OR
Mary Lynn Sheetz Colorado Springs, CO
Peter Smith South Bend, IN
Deniz Soyuer Stamford, CT
DeCourcy Squire Minneapolis, MN
Danielle St. John Carlsbad, CA
Ellyn Stecker South Bend, IN
Matthew Stuckey Bellingham, WA
Laura Marie Thompson New York, NY
Don and Roberta Timmerman Milwaukee, WI
Christopher Toussaint Los Angeles, CA
Joseph Dana Visalli Winthrop, WA
Erica Weiland Seattle, WA
Shirley and Byron Whiteside and Plumley Denver, CO
Daniel Woodham Liberty, NC
Josh Grode Wolters Sioux Falls, SD
Tara Wright Asheville, NC
David Zarembka Gaithersburg, MD

Signers have given their divested war taxes to these and other causes:

  • Doctors Without Borders
  • Veterans services and programs to provide relief to victims of war
  • People’s Life Fund – Bay Area
  • Veterans, homeless and hungry
  • U.S. Campaign Against the Israeli Occupation
  • Jewish Voice for Peace
  • The Refusenik Network
  • Anarchists Against the Wall
  • Greenpeace
  • Middle East Children’s Alliance
  • American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
  • Education
  • Conscience & Military Campaign Escrow Acct
  • Right Sharing of World Resources
  • Local Quaker Meetings
  • Alternatives to Violence Project
  • Environmental Groups, Social/Human Rights Programs, and Veteran’s Programs
  • Peace Education Fund of Indiana for Nicaragua
  • Planned Parenthood
  • International Planned Parenthood
  • Code Pink
  • Democracy Now
  • SOIL (Haiti)
  • Peace groups: Pax Christi, War Resisters League (WRL), NWTRCC, Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR)
  • Information Clearinghouse
  • Dubuque Community Human Rights Law Education Fund
  • Br. David Darst Center
  • neighborhood groups that advocate for their own needs (housing, transportation, public education, food security, etc.) and get things done!
  • Multnomah County, Oregon
  • Groups working for social/economic justice, peace, and transformative change
  • Northern California War Tax Resistance Peoples’ Life Fund
  • Education, Homeless
  • National Campaign for a Peace Tax Fund
  • Justice/charity/education
  • A community organization in San Diego, like the Peace Resource Center or the new alternative progressive radio station, KNSJ.
  • Local organizations that provide services to low income and homeless individuals and families.
  • Local peace and justice and emergency needs.
  • Black Lives Matter local organizations
  • PETA
  • Friends who are in need
  • access to education & healthcare
  • Planned Parenthood, 350.org, local food bank and shelter groups
  • refugee relief efforts
  • Nashville Greenlands, VCNV, Global Network,Nuclear Resister, and over a dozen others
  • Fight Climate change, Doctors without Boarders, and Education
  • ACLU, Immigrant Rights, Planned Parenthood
  • feeding the poor and regulating the wealthy
  • First Nations and Folks in my community who struggle and local Programs serving economically challenged folks.
  • various individuals in need
  • Local non-profits that do social good; Olive Tree Nicaragua project; Reproductive Health groups; ACLU
  • union of concerned scientist
  • peace, justice and human service organizations
  • I’m putting it into a special account. If no changes in the military, after seven years I will donate this money to groups like yours.
  • $25 per month to the war tax resistors fund, $10 to MOH poliytical action group, $20 to environmental groups
  • preble street resource center
  • Homeless Advocacy Project of San Francisco