INTERNATIONAL COALITION FOR THE PRESERVATION OF PARIS

Paris Without Skyscrapers

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ICPP’s book, Paris Without Skyscrapers: The Battle to Save the Skyline of the World’s Most Beautiful City, features articles in French and English by Paris residents and leading international lovers of Paris, architects, urbanists, lawyers, and thinkers. The book makes a powerful argument against building skyscrapers in Paris. But time is of the essence. See details below.

We must complete preparation of the book for publication by the end of November 2017. Your contribution will help. For the sake of Paris, we invite you to contribute. We will acknowledge your gift in the book and on our web site. Our invitation is below.

Pantheon Donors – $10,000 or more
Luxembourg Donors – $5,000
Vosges Donors – $1,000
Carnavalet Donors – $500
Richelieu Donors, for colleges and schools – $500

Please help Paris today. Send contributions to ICPP at this PayPal Address, InternationalCoalitionPP@Yahoo.com. Tax-deductibility will be retroactive when our 501(c)(3) application, filed in August 2016, is approved.

Alternatively, contribute by check for immediate tax-deductibility through the Sustasis Foundation. Our 501(c)(3) partner, the Sustasis Foundation (where ICPP’s Secretary-Treasurer Michael Mehaffy is Executive Director) will receive the donations, and your gift will flow through to the International Coalition for the Preservation of Paris, ICPP. Your check dated December 31 or earlier is deductible in 2016. Make your check payable to Sustasis Foundation, and note on the front of your check: Paris Project. The address:

Sustasis Foundation/Paris Project
742 SW Vista Avenue, #42
Portland, Oregon 97205

Tax information about ICPP. The International Coalition for the Preservation of Paris (ICPP) is a non-profit entity incorporated under the laws of the state of New York. ICPP applied for IRS authorization as a 501(c)(3) entity in August of 2016. When that approval is received, gifts in 2016 will be retroactively tax-deductible.

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