Invest in Equality

It is that time of year. We know you have received a lot of “asks” this holiday season. We are writing for something different: an INVESTMENT in equality.

INVEST NOW in Forum for Equality Foundation. Your year-end, tax-deductible investment will help us take the steps forward to a fairer and more equal state in 2014.

Why INVEST? Because when you invest in Forum for Equality Foundation, your impact is immediate:

  • An investment of $150 will bring voter registration education to a small town in Northeast Louisiana to expand pro-equality candidates.
  • An investment of $500 will support Equality Advocate trainings across Louisiana for the upcoming legislative session.
  • An investment of $1200 will assist in reaching out to Louisiana families who are leading the charge on all fronts of LGBT advocacy and makes their stories and struggles heard across the state.
  • An investment of $1500 will fund a Be Fair Louisiana media campaign in Southwest Louisiana to engage the hearts and minds of the community on the importance and impact of fairness and equality.


Mary, we know you’ve always been a friend of Equality. So please, don’t DONATE. Instead, INVEST in Equality.

Now we’re asking you to be an even bigger part in our ever-growing Forum for Equality family – supporting the next phase of our vital work on non-discrimination, safe schools and marriage equality in 2014, by making a long-term, tax-deductible investment in Forum for Equality Foundation today.

Please, invest now in Forum for Equality Foundation!

Thank you,

SarahJane Brady

Executive Director
Forum for Equality Foundation

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About Forum For Equality

The Forum For Equality is a statewide human rights organization dedicated to the establishment of a society free from discrimination and to the support of good government. We believe that the fastest and most efficient way to achieve these goals is to educate our communities and to constructively participate in the political process.
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