Support Indigenous Solidarity

The World Student Christian Federation-North America is planning an Indigenous Solidarity Program to be held in Winnipeg, Treaty Territory 1, Manitoba, Canada from June 15 to 19, 2017. A group of 15 students and young adults from across the United States and Canada will be immersed in issues of racial justice and right relations, indigenous solidarity, indigenous theology and theologies of settlers’ solidarity, economic and eco-justice for indigenous people, mass incarceration of indigenous people in Canada, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Residential Schools in Canada and other relevant topics. This program will take place at the Canadian Mennonite University in Winnipeg.

In order to implement this program and provide scholarships to students, we are in need of funding. We are coming to you asking that you contribute financially to this event by sending a generous donation.

Read the Indigenous Solidarity Appeal here and Donate Online today.


United Nations Delegation- Commission on the Status of Women

The World Student Christian Federation (WSCF) is hosting the Advocacy and Solidarity delegation to the 61st United Nations Commission on the Status of Women. It will be a global delegation made up of young women representing all the six regions of the WSCF. All the funds raised will assist the North America Region in providing accommodation of the 11 delegates who will spend two weeks in New York City attending the Commission.

The WSCF has invited 11 young women to participate in the 61st CSW which will take place in New York on March 13rd to the 24th. In addition to these 11 young women, they will be joined by the Executive for North America and Program Director for Advocacy and Solidarity. Together they will be representing all the six regions of the WSCF (Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America and Caribbean, Middle East, and North America). The participants are all young adults or enrolled students. The money raised will provide funds for room and board of participants while in New York City for the two weeks duration of the CSW.

For more information visit our Go Fund Me campaign here: Young Women to United Nations CSW61

Appeal: Leadership Training Program 2017

SCM-USA is planning its 5th annual national Leadership Training Program (LTP) for this March. The theme of this year’s gathering is Resisting Empire, based on Exodus 32. In order to ensure a wider participation of students, we are in need of funding. Will you give a generous donation so we can provide a larger number of scholarships? Please read our Appeal Letter from Luciano Kovacs, WSCF-NA.

Support Indigenous Peoples 4 Peace

The World Student Christian Federation (WSCF) is committed to work for indigenous people’s rights around the globe. It is with this commitment that WSCF-NA, at the invitation of the WSCF Advocacy and Solidarity Committee and at the request of the Student Christian Movement (SCM) and other partners in the Philippines, is creating this campaign to raise funds for the support of the Lumads people of Mindanao.

All the money raised will go to the Lakbay Lumad movement, to support their message as they travel speaking up against injustice and to raise awareness about the politically-motivated violence and forcible displacement they are experiencing, and how this repression is linked to foreign policy and multi-national corporate interests in the region; as well as providing concrete support to Lumad schools and community projects.

Donate to our Go Fund Me Campaign to support Lakbay Lumad movement. Learn more information here: Indigenous Peoples 4 Peace.