Enter for your chance to win in NISGUA’s final drawing!

Enter to win fabulous prizes while supporting the Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala with your $25 donation.

This is one of the easiest and most exciting ways to support our work for a more just world. Thanks to the generosity and creativity of supporting individuals and organizations, we again have amazing prizes to offer this year.  However, this is the last year we’ll hold the drawing, so now is the time to take your chance for justice! Only the first 400 tickets received will be entered into the drawing, so enter your name today!

How to enter:

Buy your tickets online or mail in this order form along with a check, payable to NISGUA. Please enclose payment of $25 for each entry. All entries must be received by October 20th. Drawing will be held on October 23rd and winners will be contacted shortly thereafter.

What you could win:     

  • Grand Prize: All-inclusive travel in Guatemala on our Spring 2018 delegation. Includes Spanish-English interpretation and facilitated visits with NISGUA partners defending life and territory against mining. ($1,200 value, airfare not included)
  • First Prize: A stay at the World Fellowship Center during the 2018 season – a two-night stay for two adults, or a four-night stay for one adult. Includes lodging in a cabin, three meals a day, and an array of programming opportunities in the natural beauty of the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
  • Second prize: $200 in cash!

Additional prizes:

  • Artwork and Art Books by Marilyn Anderson – Includes one linocut print from the series, “Artists and Artisans of Guatemala”; one copy of the book Guardianes del arte: grabados de artistas y artesanos de Guatemala / Guardians of the Arts: Prints of Guatemalan Artists and Artisans, featuring reproductions of forty-three wood and linoleum prints, extended bilingual (Spanish/English) captions, and contextual essays; and one copy of a the large English/Spanish coloring book, Maya Arts and Crafts of Guatemala / Artes y Artesanías de Guatemala, now out of print. For more on Marilyn Anderson’s work, visit her website.
  • Fair Trade Gift Certificate – $100 shopping spree at Heart of the Sky Fair Trade, offering items sourced from women-led cooperatives and small-scale, family-run business across Guatemala.
  • Handmade Jewelry – A one-of-a-kind piece of handmade metal jewelry from Chicago-based artist and civil rights lawyer Shubra Ohri. Estimated value $75.
  • A bottle of Crooked Tail 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon from the Sonoma Valley, CA. Crooked Tail is made by a group of friends including a former GAP volunteer and a long-time member NISGUA’s board of directors.
  • Fair Trade Organic Coffee – 2 bags of delicious Guatemalan coffee from the Campesino Committee of the Highlands (Comité Campesino del Altiplano – CCDA). Roasted by Just Coffee in Madison, Wisconsin.
  • A gift package from Cafe Allegro, Seattle’s oldest espresso bar: “An original Cafe Allegro ceramic mug with a sample pack of our two most popular coffees, Sole Nero Dark Roast and Original Espresso. Featuring a blend of five coffees directly traded from around the globe, this sample pack is a tasty treat that will invoke the feeling of a rainy flannel wearing Seattle day.” Estimated value $30.
  • Hand-painted coffee mugs: A set of two one-of-a-kind, hand-painted coffee mugs from Pennsylvania-based artist and designer, Brandt Imhoff.
  • Herbal cocktail bitters from Strongwater: A collection of small-batch bitters foraged in the Colorado Rocky Mountains and expertly crafted to bring you the most diverse botanical flavor profiles to heal the soul and spruce your cocktail. This custom gift box includes five varieties, each in a 1/2 oz. amber dropper bottle. Retail value $30.
  • Two t-shirts from BarbacoApparela San Antonio–based, independent clothing line that offers unique designs for Texans (or Texans at heart). Each design highlights San Antonio folklore and different aspects of Hispanic culture.
  • Assorted Herbal Remedies – A selection of place-reverent, bioregionally-relevant self-care products from NAZAR GONCA, the multifaceted project of community herbalist Vadi Erdal, who lives and creates in Tucson, AZ. Includes a custom herbal tea blend, a topical, and a bath medicine from the series, “Offering” – “an invitation to steep in the environmental magic felt when in union with the Sonoran Desert – a space that denounces borders & where mutual aide is an absolute for survival.”
  • Assorted Body Care Products – A selection of goat milk based body products from our friends at My Fine Homestead.
  • NISGUA swag – A canvas tote bag celebrating NISGUA’s solidarity work, a copy of our 2018 calendar celebrating youth activism in Guatemala, and a set of 6 greeting cards.