The CKJCampaign is an initiative
undertaken by the October Fifth Association, a network of 1968 civil
rights veterans and supporters. We neither seek nor accept funding from governmental agencies or
corporations. The Capt. Kelly Justice Campaign is the central issue we are pursuing. We
daily interact with various agencies, in the main for disadvantaged
people. We act as international monitors of 'officialdom', e.g. policing, courts &
prison affairs. We have no paid staff, are entirely voluntary, and thankfully, have no
major overheads. We are totally independent, as our network reflects a diversity of
opinions. When necessary, we advocate public protest, only when all other means
fail. Small donations are always welcome to meet Broadband, phone, postage,
printing costs etc. Trustees will acknowledge and account for every donation, and furnish
receipts where requested.
DONATIONS ARE URGENTLY NEEDED!
We cordially invite, and recommend supporters to initially make contact
with our Hon. Secretary via the Email address below. This is particularly
important to those outside the UK Sterling area who may require advice on
what is currently the most economical method of contributing to the
CKJCampaign. Such advice will be of mutual benefit.
Money Orders and Cheques made out in dollars can take up to five weeks to clear. Donations made out in UK Sterling take only 10 days to clear, and the commission charged on each collection item, e.g $250 (£135.12p), is £10.
Donations should be made payable to 'October Fifth Association':
Derry City BT48 7HR,
N. of Ireland.
or to 'October Fifth Association' via:
Bank of Ireland
15 Strand Road,
North of Ireland BT48 7BT
Bank Identification Code BOFIGB2B
Branch code: 90-49-74
Account Number 53297549
If any further information is required, please do not hesitate to e-mail us