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Play for Peace’s 25th Global Virtual Anniversary

On Sunday September 17th, we were joined by mentors, trainers, volunteers, donors, board members and more. We enriched our connections through playing activities, telling our stories and celebrating Play for Peace’s accomplishments.

Play for Peace Club supporting Ukrainian and Polish Teens to open in Warsaw soon!

Klub Inteligencji Katolickiej is a key Play for Peace partner organization. According to KIK - " KIK was founded in 1956 and is one of the oldest associations in Poland. From the beginning of its existence, KIK was an organization gathering Christians who wanted to change the world around them for the better.

Anser Javed shines as a beacon of compassion and unity

A heartfelt salute to PFP community member, Anser Javeed, for his extraordinary work that shines as a beacon of compassion and unity. In the face of a deeply tragic incident that rocked Pakistan, he journeyed to the heart of a community in crisis to bring a message of peace.

Global Virtual 25th Anniversary Celebration

Over the past two and a half decades, our mission has been rooted in a relentless pursuit of spreading compassion, love, and peace across the world. We have tirelessly strived to connect communities, bridge divides, and empower youth with the tools to transform conflict into cooperation.

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

We can be emissaries of hope, wielding the power of empathy to heal the wounds that divide us.

Play for Peace meet Future Chefs in Boston, Massachussettes, USA

Play for Peace meet Future Chefs in Boston, According to Yasmin Hussain, “Play for Peace methods and activities were an integral part of the success of the recent four day orientation for the Future Chefs Summer Job Program.”

Exploring Nonprofit Decolonization Concepts

Play for Peace, an experiential peace education organization, has been dedicated to promoting social justice and equity for the past 25 years. As part of our commitment to ongoing reflection, we continuously seek to stay up-to-date with the latest approaches to systemic change.

When Vinaya Met with Craig Dobkin

Our organization is thrilled to welcome Vinaya, our new volunteer from India, who brings a strong passion for making a positive difference in the world. Vinaya's decision to join us was influenced by her desire to create change and impact lives.

"Children are the world's most valuable resource and its best hope for the future."

Their innocence, curiosity, and boundless potential drive progress, challenge norms, and shape a better world. Investing in their education, health, and well-being is a moral imperative and a strategic decision for society's advancement.

Meaningful activities provide a sense of purpose, align with your values, and create harmony.

Engaging in meaningful activities brings purpose and fulfillment to your life. It goes beyond distractions and contributes to overall well-being. They also lead to a state of flow, boosting productivity and fulfillment.

Ron make it possible as he has raised $1,819 of his $3000 goal.

We would like to take a moment to express our heartfelt appreciation to our incredible board member, Ron Kovich, whose unwavering dedication and generosity have made a significant impact on the lives of countless children who have been suffering.

With a $100 donation, you can bring joy, compassion, and peace to a child in need.

Children deserve to experience the joys of childhood, regardless of their circumstances. Sadly, many face challenges like poverty, conflict, or illness that limit their opportunities for happiness and growth. But together, we can make a difference!

"There is no limit to what we, as women, can accomplish."

International Women's Day for Peace and Disarmament is a momentous occasion that highlights the pivotal role of women in promoting peace, resolving conflicts, and advocating for the elimination of weapons worldwide.

Join us for a transformative Play for Peace virtual tour

Experience the magic of Play for Peace firsthand and support the Craig Legacy Project. The Craig Legacy Project empowers young peacebuilders globally, perpetuating Craig's teachings for generations.

This day aims to promote cultural diversity, understanding, and dialogue among people worldwide.

The World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, also known as Diversity Day. It encourages individuals and communities to recognize the value of cultural diversity and work towards building more inclusive societies.

Strive to establish boundaries between work and personal life.

Maintaining a healthy work-life balance is crucial for our overall well-being and happiness. In today's fast-paced and demanding world, it's easy to get caught up in work and neglect our personal lives.

Youth have the right to live in peace

Trainer, Andres Armas, just recently brought Play for Peace to a new community in Guatemala and said this is “Play for Peace in action. Youth have the right to live in peace. Let's give them those spaces of happiness.”

Let's celebrate our progress towards a more inclusive and accessible world.

Today, on Global Accessibility Awareness Day, we celebrate our progress towards a more inclusive and accessible world while also recognizing the work that still needs to be done.

"We will never have peace in the world until we have peace in our hearts."

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.

Richard Rutschman did an amazing job training 30 young Ukrainian and Polish leaders

Now they are ready to lead 14 summer camps with Polish and Ukrainian children to spend time together, integrate, and get to know each other! Currently, there are reports and concerns about discrimination against Ukrainians in Poland.