Thank you, Earl!

Posted on Jul 12, 2017

Almost every issue of the RSWR newsletter includes a request to mail your stamps to Earl Walker at Quaker Missions West in Claremont, California. In 2009, Earl took over the RSWR stamp project from Brad Hathaway from Mattapoisett Friends Meeting in Massachusetts. Unfortunately, Earl is no longer able to continue this program for Right Sharing due to health issues. We are so grateful for Earl’s generosity of time and resources in collecting and selling stamps to benefit Right Sharing!

Every single stamp that comes into the RSWR offices has been sent to Earl. We know that many of you in your homes and Meetings have also saved up large numbers of stamps to send to Earl, in addition to other collectibles such as baseball cards and coin collections. Since taking over the stamp program in 2009, RSWR has received over $11,000 from recycled stamps.

We know you join us in thanking Earl for his service to Right Sharing for the past 8 years. He has provided a vital resource for Right Sharing. We wish him much rest and healing as he steps back. As we seek someone new to take over the stamp program, please continue to send stamps to the RSWR offices (101 Quaker Hill Drive, Richmond, IN 47374).

Help continue the Quaker Missions stamp project

Are you a stamp collector, or do you know someone who is? Right Sharing is looking for someone to continue the important work of the Quaker Missions stamp project.

To find out more or to volunteer, contact [email protected]