Help us to harness the power of community to promote justice, healing, and understanding. The Community Justice and Mediation Center helps people in conflict listen, negotiate and resolve conflicts constructively. We provide a broad range of services including mediation, conflict resolution training, group facilitation, and restorative justice programming. By making a contribution now, you will support successful programs that make a difference by advancing community-based solutions that promote problem-solving, finding common ground, and understanding.
There are many ways to support CJAM including:
Donate Online: Simply click on the Donate button on the right to make a a gift to the annual campaign. These donations will be “used where most needed” and are tax deductible. Or if you prefer, mail a check to: CJAM, 205 S. Walnut, Suite 16, Bloomington, Indiana, 47404.
We also have Indiana Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) tax credits available for donations of $100 or more. These Indiana tax credits are worth 50% of the donated amount. If you give $250 to CJAM, you will receive a $125 credit when you file your Indiana state taxes! It’s a great way to support CJAM, but credits are limited, so please email: cjam@cjamcenter or call 812-336-8677 to check on availability.
Make a Matching Gift
Matching gifts are a powerful way to double your dollars. Ask your employer about matching gifts; many will make a donation to CJAM when you do. If your company matches gifts, simply send your company’s form to us and we will do the rest.
Make a Lasting Legacy Gift
CJAM has an endowment fund at the Community Foundation of Bloomington & Monroe County, under the name Viola Taliaferro Fund for Restorative Justice. All checks to this fund are to be made out to the Community Foundation. Click here to learn more or to make an on-line donation to the Viola Taliaferro Fund on the Community Foundation’s website.
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