Farming Families Need Our Help
Today, Palestinian farming families in the Israeli-occupied West Bank village of Huwwara will attempt to access their land for the annual olive harvest.
Since Monday, at least four Palestinian civilians have been injured by Israeli settlers while harvesting olives, including a 12-year-old boy.
After you make a contribution, we’ll send you a certificate of planting, which can also be dedicated in honor of or in memory of your loved ones.
Your generous support will not only help us replant olive trees that were recently destroyed; it also will support our work to prevent such abuses from occurring in the future.
Your contribution will ensure that we can ramp up our organizing efforts in communities across the country to end U.S. support for Israeli occupation and apartheid, and continue to challenge corporations that profit from Israel’s human rights abuses of Palestinians.
In years past, you've helped us and our partners at the Palestinian Fair Trade Association replant thousands of olive trees for Palestinian farming families, trees which will provide a sustainable income for generations to come. This year, the US Campaign and Palestinian farmers need your help more than ever.
In the words of one farmer, Abu Fadi Amin, "when I sit under this tree and I ponder the many years it has lived and all the seasons it has endured, I know there is hope." Only with your support can we work to fulfill that hope, and change U.S. policy toward Israel/Palestine to support freedom, justice, and equality.
The arc of our moral universe only bends toward justice through the efforts of people like you, so please make your contribution today.