Join us on Sunday September 20th at 12:30 p.m. as Seeds, Parents, Counselors, and friends will walk from City Hall, to Brooklyn Bridge Park to raise awareness and support for Seeds of Peace.
We will meet at City Hall to kick it off, then make our way over the bridge to Brooklyn Bridge Park for a post-walk wrap-up and refreshments.
Seeds of Peace needs your help to spread the word and raise awareness for its vital mission – to inspire and cultivate new generations of global leaders in communities divided by conflict. We equip them with the skills and relationships they need to accelerate social, economic, and political changes essential for peace.
TO REGISTER YOURSELF AS A WALKER OR FUNDRAISE FOR THIS CAMPAIGN: Click the gray button FUNDRAISE FOR THIS CAMPAIGN to set up a walker page.
Then share your story – why you support Seeds of Peace – on your personal fundraising page. Invite your friends to join you in supporting the organization.
Please contact Caitlin Golub at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or for more information.
About Seeds of Peace:
In the face of some of the world’s most intractable conflicts, Seeds of Peace Peace inspires and cultivates new generations of global leaders in communities divided by conflict. We equip them with the skills and relationships they need to accelerate social, economic, and political changes essential for peace.
Treaties are negotiated by governments; peace is made by people. Since 1993, Seeds of Peace has set the standard in international peace-building by providing exceptional young people and educators from regions of conflict with an otherwise impossible opportunity to meet their historic enemies face-to-face at our International Camp in Maine.
We build on their extraordinary and critical relationships and understanding through year-round local programs that focus on the core leadership capacities needed to advance peace. There are now over 5,600 Seeds and Educators from 27 countries who prove that solutions exist, peace is possible, and there is reason to have hope for a better future.