Please volunteer with the Peace Flag Project. We want to do all we can to build a more peaceful, kind and generous world, and we need many different kinds of help.
We need volunteers to work on publicity and marketing and people to hand out flyers or sew flags on strings. There’s a job for all interests and skill levels. Bring your skills or try your hand at new ones.
We are located in Rhode Island. For some jobs, you need to be close by, but for others, it doesn’t matter where you live. Check out our Mission Statement and Events pages for more details about what we do. Here’s a quick overview:
We work with groups throughout RI creating Peace Flags to express important wishes for the world.
Our major event is celebrating the UN Int’l Day of Peace on September 21.
We also collaborate with other organizations to create peace parks and peace gardens.
Our newest project is to create an after-school peace curriculum for students in Grades 4 through 8.
Contribute your time for Peace
We need volunteers in the areas listed below. If you have other interests and skills you don’t see listed here, please suggest them to us. And if you want to do something new, you can gain experience with us. Your skills, creativity and dedication are important to us.
- Tearing fabric squares for flags
- Sewing flags onto string
- Making Peace Flag Kits
- Designing instructive materials
- Maintaining computer mailing lists and managing links
- Reaching out to new communities
- Creating newsletters for members/general public
- Fundraising, applying for grants and obtaining sponsorships
- Working with college & high school students on community service projects
- Gardening – planning, planting, maintaining, etc.
- Educational materials – planning, creating, using peace curriculum in after school programs for Grades 4 through 8
Workshop and Festival Events
- Setting up table, materials, markers, instructions, etc.
- Working with adults and/or children at event
- Explaining PFP briefly and instruct about making a flag
Special Event: UN International Day of Peace, September 21 each year
- Publicity and Marketing
- Organizing various aspects of event
- Reaching out to new Communities
- Designing flyers and posters
- Handing out flyers; posting flyers in communities
- Assisting at events (schedules, where things are, etc.)
- Help with parking at events