Project SALAM and Lynne Jackson are asking organizations and individuals to be sponsors of the Journey for Justice. There are five ways an organization can become a supporter of the Journey for Justice.
Please email or call Lynne Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 518-366-7324 if you would like to sponsor the walk.
Ways to be a Sponsor
1) Sign the petition - A Case of Mistaken Identity
2) Walk with Lynne and the walkers
Walk for one minute, one hour, one day or the entire way. Please contact Lynne Jackson if you wish to join the walk and which days you are planning to walk.
3) Provide Vehicle Support - the most important function
Spend the day assisting walkers with a support vehicle. The walkers will walk about 2-2.5 miles per hour.
The support vehicle will meet with the walkers at the beginning of the day, drive a few miles down the road, and wait for the walkers to meet up.
The support vehicle will pick up the walkers and drive them to lunch.
The support vehicle will be available in case of thunderstorms to shelter the walkers until the rain stops.
The support vehicle will drive the walkers back to their cars (if needed).
4) Provide a place to stay
The walkers will rely on good samaritans along the route. If you can provide a place to stay (guest room, couch or floor space), the walkers will be grateful.
Please email Lynne Jackson at email@example.com if you can offer shelter.
5) Add your name as a supporter.
Anyone wishing to add their name as a supporter, please email Jeanne Finley. Organizations wishing to support the Journey for Justice will have thier name added to the press releases.
The names of the sponsors will be added to the website and all publicity materia.
Rally and March - Friday, July 12, 6:00 PM, Albany, NY
Journey for Justice - Deliver petition to home court of the judge by walking to Binghamton, NY
Notes on conditions of the walk
Walk Route - List of beginning and ending locations for each day, July 12 to July 23
Become a sponsor for the Journey for Justice
Press packet and supporting documents
Read media reports on the appeal motion and the Journey for Justice