This holiday season, you can give a gift that keeps on giving– both to your loved one and to the work of PeaceWorks and our partners.
You can give delicious organic shade-grown Nicaraguan coffee.
Each year, PeaceWorks delegations visit the mountaintop where the coffee of the El Porvenir cooperative is grown. It’s called “43 Families” coffee because that’s about how many families are supported by its sales.
You can give beautiful hand made Nicaraguan crafts.
Handmade pine needle baskets, creative ceramics made by artisans in San Juan de Oriente, colorful fabrics woven by cooperatives near Masaya and Granada– all the crafts we bring home on our delegations make unique and thoughtful gifts.
When you make a donation to one of our partners as a gift, PeaceWorks will provide 100 percent of that gift to the partner. You will receive a colorful card describing the donation and the work of the organization: Inhijambia, Fedicamp, the Women’s Collectives, the Turtle Rescue project, or for PeaceWorks itself.
Where will PeaceWorks coffee, crafts and gift cards be sold?
November 14: PeaceWorks dinner forum at Chatham-Summit Friends Meeting House on Southern Boulevard in Chatham
December 4, 5, 6 Morristown Unitarian Fellowship Alternative Gift Fair, 12 Normandy Heights Road, Morristown, NJ
Friday, 12/4 6:30 PM-9:30 PM, Saturday, 12/5 9:30AM-4:30PM, Sunday, 12/6 8:30AM-1:00PM
December 12: PeaceWorks dinner forum at Chatham-Summit Friends Meeting House on Southern Boulevard in Chatham
Support PeaceWorks this holiday season!