Awareness Programs

***Global Peace Missions, Inc. is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt non-profit organization
that addresses the personal progress and development of individuals and communities across the globe.
It penetrates local communities where the people lack the essentials of daily living,
with a view to alleviating some of those problems.***

We help grassroots people that have challenges in career, livelihood, family, profession, skills and personal finances.
Financial planning, debt elimination programs, skills impartation, family support and performance arts exposure
are some of the areas in which we build strong communities wherever we find the need and are opportune to help.
We seek to provide an enabling environment for information technology,
in order to put such communities in touch with the rest of the world. We seek to participate in mediation between countries that have rifts.
These are usually from the angle of the predicament of the less privileged population of those peoples.
We seek to be on peace missions in collaboration with other world-wide bodies with similar calling.
War-torn places need a break, and we are there at the negotiating table with the parties.
We seek to attend meetings in which the peace of the world and its countries are discussed
in order to present the point of view of the people that are ruled in those countries
rather than those of the rulers.
In doing this, we are involved in completing the factors of real peace.
We seek to foster community living in different ailing communities
by putting in place an order in which volunteers or otherwise serve as facilitators,
helping to execute tailor-made programs for those particular places.
These normally include small business incubators, communication centers, battered women and children shelters,
itinerant health clinics, cultural exhibitions, and entrepreneur workshops for visionary individuals in those local communities.
We seek to receive abundant food supplies and ship such to the hungry communities of the world,
in order to wipe out hunger.
In doing this, we develop and deploy centralized warehouses
and distribution centers in different rural places of the world.
We develop diverse campaign materials to bring home to everybody a message of global peace,
peace with neighboring countries, states, regions and local communities.
We use the cultures of the ailing local communities to help them.
These include identifiable community-essential plants, colors,
languages, local religion and themes that those people identify with.
We campaign against hostile environment and participate in Ozone Layer depletion awareness workshops.
In doing this, we will also seek to support tree planting campaigns
and anti-erosion efforts where they are necessary.
We engage in international negotiations where cultures stand in the way of negotiation progress.
In doing this, we will help to identify cultural aspects that will make, instead of mar,
negotiations between nations, between communities and even corporations wishing to enter such communities for business purposes,
knowing that such developments will help to elevate the living standards of such peoples.
Global Peace Missions, Inc. is not limited to the above activities.
It seeks to carry out any activities that will enhance its chances of performing the above functions creditably.
Those include infrastructure and pre-activity campaigns.
Our projects are based on identified needs of subject communities or countries.
In some cases, governments of subjects could get involved in the projects,
using the expertise available at Global Peace Missions, Inc. especially if our organization’s resources are not enough
for us to single-handedly to carry out such projects.
While the organization does not go about soliciting funding,
charity-minded individuals and corporations that whole-heartedly identify with the activities of our organization
will not be turned down if they intend to make donations towards our projects.
To enable the organization help as many communities and individuals as we are faced daily,
we need the following items:
temporary office spaces for training,
used vehicles,
telephone handsets,
fax machines,
desktop and laptop computers,
office stationery,
office furniture, etc.
These would normally be given out to individuals that go through orientation programs
conducted by our local arm called Community Living International.

Global Peace Missions, Inc