It's because of donors that Peace is Loud is able to help peace activists all over the world mobilize their communities to end and transform conflicts through non-violent means. You can support Peace is Loud by buying a t-shirt or making a cash contribution.

Ways to help

There are many ways to support peace without donating money or making a purchase.

For some ways to get involved, check out the TAKE ACTION page of the non profit organization inspired by Pray the Devil Back to Hell, Peace is Loud »

Click here to find out how you can TAKE ACTION NOW!


Wear Peace!

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Wear Peace! Purchase the Peace is Loud T-Shirt now on sale for $20 through Global Goods Partners, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to empowering women, alleviating poverty and promoting social justice. (Scroll down this page to read more about Global Goods Partners)

The proceeds from each purchase goes to Peace Is Loud to provide tools and education to peace activists in conflict zones across the globe.

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Two mothers whose sons were murdered three blocks apart started a peace movement that is changing lives in their city.

Mothers in Charge, founded by Dorothy Johnson-Speight, is a Philadelphia based community advocacy and support organization for families affected by violence. The mission of Mothers in Charge is violence prevention, education and intervention for youth, young adults, families and community organizations. They are comprised of mothers, grandmothers, aunts, and sisters with most experiencing the horror of having a loved one murdered.

Click here to donate to Mothers in Charge »

Or buy the book, Mothers in Charge - Faces of Courage »

All profits from book sales will go to support the inspiring and life-affirming work of Mothers In Charge.

Read about the powerful screening of Pray the Devil Back to Hell hosted by Mothers in Charge by clicking here »


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Handmade gifts that support women

More from Global Goods Partners (GGP)

Every product they sell is fairly traded and is handmade by women-led artisan groups in Asia, Africa and the Americas. The artisans are paid a fair living wage and they work in a clean, safe, and healthy environment. Global Goods Partners make long-term commitments to these groups and provide them with technical and business assistance.

When you buy products from Global Goods Partners, you help support these artisans, their families and their communities.

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Exquisite Jewelry Handcrafted From Transformed Bullets

Liberian teenager Lovetta Conto has taken spent bullet casings left behind from the Liberian civil war and transformed them into exquisite pieces of jewelry, creating a line she named AKAWELLE. Each piece includes a small leaf pendant made from melted bullet casings with the word "LIFE"; imprinted on it to remind the world that, even after something as terrible as war, good can come and new life can begin.

All of the proceeds from the sale of AKAWELLE jewelry support the Strongheart Fellowship Program.

Strongheart Fellowship is a groundbreaking social-entrepreneurship program designed to help bright, resilient young people from extremely challenging circumstances around the globe develop into compassionate, innovative problem-solvers and leaders that can affect significant social change.

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Playing for Change

Connecting the World Through Music

Utilizing innovative mobile audio/video techniques, Playing for Change (PFC) records musicians outdoors in cities and townships worldwide. They've travelled from post-Katrina New Orleans to post-apartheid South Africa, from the remote beauty of the Himalayas to the religious diversity of Jerusalem. Their talents are captured in myriad environments: under the sun and beneath the streetlights... in public parks, plazas and promenades... in doorways, on cobblestone streets, amid hilly pueblos. Their performances are subsequently combined in allowing them to collaborate - albeit separated by hundreds, or even thousands, of miles.

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