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FUNDRAISE

If you agree with our objectives and like our peace

projects, please help us raise funds for them.

PARTICIPATE

Please participate in our projects by attending

them or volunteering to work with them.

BE A SUSTAINER

Please consider becoming a sustainer of the

USPC Peace Education Fund.

OUR CURRENT PEACE CAMPAIGNS

Please make a donation to the peace campaign of your choice.


  1. Support All of Our Peace Activities

    Please make a general donation to USPC Peace Education Fund.
    $155.00 donated of $20,000.00 goal

About USPC Peace Education Fund  

USPC Peace Education Fund is a registered 501(C)(3) non-profit educational fund affiliated with the U.S. Peace Council, a member organization of the World Peace Council. Our mission is to help educate the public concerning the necessity of preserving and protecting peace. Our activities are focused on sponsoring, organizing, and participating in conferences, seminars, meetings, public forums and other educational events where community and peace leaders, governmental and organizational representatives, and other concerned members of the public meet to discuss ideas, suggest solutions and implement strategies to protect peace. Your donations to USPC Peace Education Fund are tax-deductible.

The guiding principles of the U.S. Peace Council are: (1) Prohibition of all weapons of mass destruction and ending of the arms drive; (2) abolition of foreign military bases; (3) total and universal disarmament under effective international control; (4) Elimination of all forms of colonialism, neocolonialism, racism, sexism and other forms of discrimination; (5) Respect for the right of the peoples to sovereignty and independence, essential for the establishment of peace; (6) Respect for the territorial integrity of states; (7) Non‑interference in the internal affairs of nations; (8) Establishment of mutually beneficial trade and cultural relations between nations based on friendship and mutual respect; (9) Peaceful coexistence between states with different political systems; and (10) Negotiations instead of use of force in the settlement of differences between nations.

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