The Peace Project aims to inspire in peace-minded individuals everywhere the belief that through creativity, compassion, a common goal, and community action, such a difference can be made that universal peace begins looking like a real possibility.
On September 21, 2011, World Peace Day, The Peace Project implemented one of the most dramatic social efforts in recent history by distributing 10,000 pairs of crutches and repair parts across the country of Sierra Leone. We're still getting crutches out to people in the most remote areas. Donate $25 now and change someone's life forever.
the peace center
The Peace Center is the next phase of our rebuilding of Tabunok on Bantayan Island, an area where 65% of the homes were destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan. The Peace Center will serve as the epicenter of Tabunok's transformation featuring a cooperative, market, vocational training & micro-lending.
Family to Family
On November 8th, 2013, Typhoon Yolanda devastated much of the Philippines. Now, families around the world are invited to join hands with The Peace Project to help rebuild the Philippines one house, one family, and one community at a time. The Peace Project plans to build 200 houses on Bantayan Island in the next six months.
While planning The Peace Project's massive 2011 crutch distribution, we identified that getting crutches to those in need is just the first step and providing the resources to maintain the crutches is a critical follow-on, thus the "Peace Tip" which features a peace sign where the rubber, literally, meets the road, was created.