How Can You Help?
The Purdue Peace Project seeks to engage with new supporters. Your contribution, whatever its size, can make a significant impact on local communities affected by conflict. A donation is both a public recognition of your commitment to peace and a tangible resource that local communities will draw on developing and implementing plans for peace.
The Purdue Peace Project is committed to efficiently and effectively utilizing its resources. We take great care in ensuring that funds received to support the specific objectives of our donors. We work closely with our donors to make sure that funds are being used in ways that donors would like them to be.
A donation as little as $10 will help the Purdue Peace Project in its mission, but here are some examples of things we will be able to achieve through a larger donation:
A $50.00 donation can help support a radio spot in Liberia promoting peaceful elections.
A $150.00 donation can help local people in El Salvador raise awareness and promote action to protect their water supply.
A $200.00 donation can help bring together Christian and Muslim youth in Ghana to develop strategies for improving inter-ethnic relations.
To learn more about opportunities to support the Purdue Peace Project, please contact David M. Williams, Director of Advancement for the College of Liberal Arts, at DMWilliams@prf.org or (765) 494-8341.