Anti-War & Peace Now Grantees

GI Rights Hotline. G.I. Rights Network, Inc.
c/o Alison Carter, Treasurer
486 Sun Way
Fairbanks, AK 99709
Provides accurate, helpful counseling and information on military discharges, AWOL and UA, and GI rights. In memory of peace and anti-drug war activist Karen Heikkala.

Citizen Soldier
Tod Ensign, Director
267 Fifth Ave., #901
New York, NY 10010
212-679-2252 fax
Counseling, support for GIs. Works to stop exposure to toxic materials, equipment, vaccines; demands safe working conditions, decent health care for GIs and vets.

Viet-Nam Agent Orange Relief & Responsibility Campaign
PO Box 303, Prince Station
New York, NY 10012-0006
Works with US veterans of the Vietnam conflict and in Vietnam to ease continued suffering produced by US use of the poisonous defoliant Agent Orange. Promotes reconciliation & restoration. A project of Veterans for Peace.


Veterans for Peace
Dennis Lane, Executive Director
216 S. Meramec Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63105
314-725-7103 fax
Men & women veterans of US wars working to end all war. An official UN Non-Governmental Organization (NGO).

Friends Peace Teams/Alternatives to Violence Project
Val Liveoak, Coordinator
Kathy Wright, Admin. Asst.
FPT Administrative Office, 1001 Park Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63104
Peace trainers work in impoverished communities in South and Central America to foster alternatives to violence. A project of American Friends Service Committee.

Iraq Veterans Against the War
Jose Vasquez, Executive Director
630 9th Avenue, Ste. 807
New York, NY 10036
646-723-0996 fax
Veterans and active-duty service members working to mobilize the military to end support for the Iraq war & bring troops home now.

School of the Americas Watch
PO Box 4566
Washington, DC 20017
202-636-4505 fax
Opposes increasing militarization of Latin America; calls for closure of US-sponsored school teachingrepression & torture in Georgia.

Under the Hood Cafe, Killeen, TX
Cynthia Garza Thomas, President
PO Box 16174
Austin, TX 78761-6174
Providing a safe haven for military personnel and their families next door to the US' largest military base. A project of the Ft. Hood Support Network.