War Tax Boycott Signers

War Tax Boycott Signers

We started this list in December 2015, to renew the War Tax Boycott for Tax Season 2016. If you were an earlier signer to the Boycott or are joining for the first time, please fill out the registration form on the first Boycott 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.

We, the undersigned, openly refuse to pay for war. We want our money used to  build a world of peace and justice and a sustainable planet for generations to come.

Some of the groups we are redirecting
war tax dollars to:
Ed Agro Randolph, MA
  • 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.
Pamela Allee Portland, OR
Ellen E Barfield Baltimore, MD
Anne Barron Santee, CA
Ruth Benn Brooklyn, NY
Anthony Bopp Seattle, WA
Jerry Chernow Madison, WI
Luke Copeland Palmdale, CA
Larry Dansinger Bangor, ME
Gary Erb Boulder, CO
Kima Garrison Portland, OR
Bill Glassmire Corvallis, OR
Larry Harper Sebastopol, CA
David and Jan Hartsough San Francisco, CA
Ed Hedemann Brooklyn, NY
Arjen Hoekstra Eugene, OR
Matthew Hoh Wake Forest, NC
Douglas Jackson Zurich, Switzerland
John M Klotz Dubuque, IA
Carol Carter Krehbiel Falmouth, KY
Steve Leeds San Francisco, CA
Doug Mackenzie Tollhouse, CA
Rodney Nippert Amesville, OH
Ruth Hyde Paine Santa Rosa, CA
Jack Payden-Travers Lynchburg, VA
Bill Ramsey Marshall, NC
air rosenberg philadelphia, pa
Lawrence Rosenwald Wellesley, MA
Bill Ruhaak Joliet, IL
Bob and Kathy Runyan Ben Lomond, CA
Skip Schiel Cambridge, MA
John and Pat Schweibert Portland, OR
Mary Lynn Sheetz Colorado Springs, CO
Peter Smith South Bend, IN
DeCourcy Squire Minneapolis, MN
Ellyn Stecker South Bend, IN
DeCourcy Squire Minneapolis, MN
Laura Marie Thompson New York, NY
Don and Roberta Timmerman Milwaukee, WI
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
David Zarembka Gaithersburg, MD