Performing and Fine Artists for World Peace is joining others from around the world on September 21 to celebrate the United Nations International Day of Peace.
We are also partnering with Odyssey Networks in the "Million Minutes for Peace Campaign." Together we're working to collect one million pledges to pray for peace for one minute at noon on the International Day of Peace. www.amillionminutesforpeace.org
International Peace Gardens
Creating places of refuge and peace have become extremely important in our fast paced world. The International Peace Gardens Program was created to support efforts by people of different economic, social, and ethnic backgrounds to work together to create a place where a vision for their community and the world could be shared. Partnerships between individuals, organizations, businesses, and government agencies are encouraged in the coordination and planning for the creation of…Read more
Earth-Friendly Schools Hawai'i
Earth-Friendly Schools Hawai`i is an educational program that was created on the island of Kaua'i in 1993 to instill an 'environmental ethic' into the lives of our youth. Through service-learning projects and other endeavors, students make a difference in the quality of life in their community and learn invaluable skills along the way.
Program participants are challenged to demonstrate respect and responsibility for the well being of their local and global environment. This…Read more
We Are 'Ohana-Songs of Hope Program
The problem of substance abuse and addiction has spread across Hawai'i and the mainland U.S. Its devastating effect on many families and individuals has negatively impacted rural and urban communities. All economic, ethnic, and age groups have been drawn into this web of addiction.
The We Are 'Ohana-Songs of Hope Program was created to carry a positive message of hope and recovery to the people of Hawai'i through music, dance and other artistic endeavors. The program…Read more
Artists In Action For Human Rights Program
The Artists in Action for Human Rights Program (AIAHR) brings artists, resource educators, native Hawaiian cultural practitioners and community outreach staff into classrooms throughout Hawai`i. Using educational materials provided by the United Nations Office of High Commissioner for Human Rights, Amnesty International and other human rights organizations, our presentations include a discussion of local and international human rights issues by outreach educators…Read more
Caring for the Earth Month - 'A Billion Acts of Green'
In April 2010, we partnered with Recycle Hawai`i in sponsoring Caring for the Earth Month -'A Billion Acts of Green'. The project celebrated the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day and supports the Earth Day Network in promoting a worldwide education, action and media campaign connecting millions of individuals and catalyzing 'A Billion Acts of Green'.
Events were held around the world. There was Global Days of Service (April 17th and 18th, 2010) with…Read more
Artists and the Environment Program
The Artists and the Environment Program is sponsored by Performing and Fine Artists for World Peace and Recycle Hawai`i. The program brings artists, resource educators and native Hawaiian cultural practitioners into classrooms throughout Hawai`i Island. Presentations link art and native Hawaiian culture with recycling, sustainable practices and stewardship of our unique natural environment.
Presentations are facilitated by one of our outreach coordinators; the focus…Read more