GIVE NOW to support Presbyterian Disaster Assistance’s response to the devastation caused by the earthquake in Nepal. Give now

Skip to main content

“All of them were filled with the Holy Spirit.” —Acts 2:4

Buy a Self-Development of People T-shirt and help someone …

By Selma Jackson

People smiling

SDOP Community Relations Committee members.

I just got my 40th Anniversary T-Shirt in the mail and I felt like a kid in the candy shop!  To have been involved with a project from start to finish and holding the finished product in my hand was exciting!! The Community Relations Committee of Self Development of People was pleased to award a Presbyterian College student, Mark Wong with $2,000 for the award winning design.  I urge you to own a piece of SDOP legacy, celebrate the ministry of Self Development of People by buying a T-Shirt and proudly wearing it.  Let people know that Self Development of People has given millions of dollars to disadvantaged communities around the world: bringing water; allowing communities to improve working conditions; fighting for justice these are just some of the ways our funding has made a difference to communities. 

SDOP t-shirt

Be part of history and order your T-Shirt while supplies last: $20 ea. plus shipping.  The net proceeds will continue to uplift disadvantage communities.  Thank you in advance for your support.

Order from the Church Store.

Are you a member of a group of low-income persons working on issues of importance to you and your community, will working on these issues result in long-term positive change? Are you in need of financial assistance?  Contact SDOP at (502)-569-5782,  we would welcome talking with you and possibly hosting a community workshop in your area.

Selma Jackson serves as Chairperson for the Community Relations Committee, a standing committee of the National Self-Development of People Committee.


  • To purchase a t-shirt go to Thank you by Clara Nunez on 10/14/2011 at 9:05 a.m.

  • How do I purchase a 40th Anniversary T-shirt? I served on SDOP years ago and would be proud to wear this shirt. by Juliann Leitch on 10/14/2011 at 8:48 a.m.

Join the Discussion

Post Comment