Burma

Pray and Act for Burma 

Here Are 4 Different Ways you can join the signature campaign to help the people of Burma. Your signed petition will be sent to your U.S. Senators and Representative. Your information will be fully protected and will not be shared with anyone other than your United States Senators and Representatives.

 

1.   Point your phone camera at the QR code below which will take you to the web site to sign up and submit the petition, or

2.   Go to www.burmaadvocacygroup.org and follow the instructions to sign up and submit the petition, or

3.   Facebook: Burma Advocacy Group. Use the QR code to sign up and submit the petition, or

4.   If you are not comfortable with option 1, 2, or 3 above, please request a copy of the petition available from your church. The church will photograph it once you have signed it and will email it to the Burma Advocacy Group on your behalf.

Please sign up only once, and only U.S. citizens 18 years and older.


QR Code

Point your phone camera at the QR code until you see brackets framing the code. You may also see a small button saying "salsalabs.org." If the web page doesn't immediately open up on your phone, try tapping the "salsalabs.org" button. It will open the website with an online form for you to complete to send your message to your elected officials.

For More Information

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If you're in the Rochester area, please note this Prayer Vigil and fundraiser being held at Lake Avenue Baptist Church on March 26, featuring a photography exhibit by Min Ma Naing. Min Ma Naing is a personal documentary photographer from Myanmar, who was based in Yangon until recently. Starting out as a press photographer, she realized that short-term assignments were not for her and she decided to focus on stories around love and hatred. She co-founded a photographer collective for women in Myanmar and makes photobooks as art objects for herself and the collective. She has adopted the temporary pseudonym “Min Ma Naing” (meaning “The King Cannot Beat You”) because of the political situation in Myanmar. Also available: Food from Burma on pre-order and take/out basis. Prayer Vigil will begin at approximately 2:30 p.m. See flyer for details.


Click here to download the Burma Bill Signature Campaign letter and information.

Click here to download the report "After the 2021 Military Coup in Myanmar/Burma: Challenges for Internally Displaced Persons and Refugees" from the Chin Association of Maryland, October, 2021

Click here to donate to relief efforts in Burma through One Great Hour of Sharing

Visit the ABCUSA Burma Refugee Commission page for resources and information.

Visit the Burma Advocacy Group website for information.