Help conflict resolution take root in our community
“To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.” – Audrey Hepburn
As we continue into 2021, we do so optimistically. We’re all looking forward to the new normal to set in. But the truth is, the new normal won’t feel “normal” at all for many of our youth and young adults who have experienced so much disruption this past year: violence, unrest, social isolation, loss of loved ones, fear and anxiety … even abuse or neglect.
Our community needs Peace Education Program more than ever.
We’re ready to meet students and young adults in the classroom and in the community, to show them hope; to walk with them on their journey into this new season; to show them what they can grow into.
But we can’t do it alone.
We need your support and partnership.
Because hope isn’t a bunch of seeds left scattered. We have to dig deep in order for the impactful and often life-saving work of Peace Ed to take root. It needs nurturing and cultivation.
It needs you.
Please consider joining us as we continue to cultivate peace.
— Lorri Malone, Executive Director