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In this vast and beautiful world, our mission is clear: to spread love, peace, and compassion like shimmering stardust lighting up the sky.

For over 24 years, Play for Peace has been on an important mission, teaching children compassion in some of the world's most conflict-torn regions. By encouraging cooperation, understanding, and empathy through fun and inclusive activities, this remarkable organization fosters positive relationships and bridges cultural divides. All the tireless efforts demonstrate that it takes commitment, consistency, and, most of all, compassion to sow the seeds of happiness and create a world where love and harmony prevail.

Together, we form a symphony of kindness and understanding, where every note resonates with the melody of humanity's collective heartbeat.

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    "We were given two hands – one to help ourselves and the second to help others." This year the Giving Games will be held from December 1st to the 11th by the Compassion Games: Survival of the Kindest. This is an eleven day challenge that will be…
  • Feb 4, 2023, 12:00 AM

    How can you keep compassion, connection and community alive when you or loved ones are sick? Like every other company and organization we have also had to navigate getting our work done and supporting team members falling ill.

  • Jun 29, 2015, 12:00 AM

    At Play for Peace, we spend our time teaching others about the positive power of play. Naturally, we are interested in the current trend in academics and the media to celebrate positive psychology. In this blog we explore the psychology behind Play For Peace.

  • Jul 3, 2015, 12:00 AM
    When we play, we experience the act of loving and living in a deeply physical way. This has the added effect of encouraging other forms of connection: when we play, we don’t only communicate physically, but are inspired to speak, listen, and sing.…
  • Nov 25, 2015, 12:00 AM
    While we all know that compassion is a good thing, science shows us that compassion is good for us, that it actually has a strong health benefit. Play for Peace is a community of youth and adults that are out there right now in the world creating…
  • Mar 13, 2020, 12:00 AM

    Across the globe, this last week has seen a spike in fear and uncertainty amid the spread of COVID-19. At the same time, so many of the children, youth, and adults we work with experience fear and trauma on a daily basis—so Play for Peace remains committed to continuing our important work. Our team works virtually, so our support to the Play for Peace community will continue uninterrupted during this difficult time.

  • Dec 30, 2014, 12:00 AM
    The poverty experienced in Dakar is palpable. Many children are forced to beg on the streets. More than half of the population of Dakar lives below the poverty line (earn less than one Euro a day), and 52% are illiterate. In the past, Senegal had…
  • Oct 3, 2019, 12:00 AM

    On Saturday, September 21, we celebrated World Peace Day with the seventh annual Play for Peace Fall 5K Run/Walk. Despite the rainy forecast, the successful evening drew 300 attendees and raised more than $41,000 to support our peace building efforts around the world.  

  • Mar 5, 2023, 12:00 AM

    Get up, Comrades it's time to go, on the well paced road, because we all have our hands united, we will build a country, for a country yes yes we will walk yes yes, and we will go, yes yes like soldiers.

  • Oct 23, 2017, 12:00 AM

    With 35 youngsters from Kolkata, India, the Disciples for Peace Club, led by trainer Arzoo Shakir, celebrated the Compassion Games Global Unity Games. Her team and the participants could not get enough!

  • May 17, 2023, 12:00 AM

    Peace begins within each individual, for external turmoil and conflict often stem from the discord within ourselves. Cultivating inner harmony, compassion, and understanding radiates outward, creating a ripple effect that can transform societies and nations.