Fundraising Coordinators (5hrs/wk), Boston/MetroWest based.

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PARENTS FOR PEACE

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"Volunteering is the ultimate exercise in democracy. You vote in elections once a year, but when you volunteer, you vote every day about the kind of community you want to live in".

~Author Unknown

WE NEED VOLUNTEERS

Are you worried about the rise of hateful rhetoric? Here is something YOU can do to make a difference. Join our community that fights back against hate and extremism.

Parents For Peace is a non-profit dedicated to ensuring communities are equipped with knowledge and practical tools to respond to concerns about all forms of extremism.

Please view the link below for two of our members, former white power skinhead Arno Michaelis, and former jihadi sympathizer Mubin Shaikh.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlL1yv-ibVY

We are looking for several volunteers to help us with spreading aware of our mission.

Fundraising Coordinators (5hrs/wk), Boston/MetroWest based.

If you are interested in volunteering for the Parents For Peace positions please send an email cover letter and resume or bio to: info@parents4peace.org

Website: www.parents4peace.org

Twitter: @parentsforpeace

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/parents4peace

Helpline: 1-844-49-PEACE

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About PARENTS FOR PEACE

Location:

1490 Union Ave #153, Memphis, TN 38104, US

Mission Statement

Parents For Peace is a non-governmental public health nonprofit empowering families, friends, and communities to prevent radicalization, violence, and extremism.

Description

Parents For Peace addresses all types of extremism including neo-Nazi, white supremacist, radical Islamist, anti-Semitic, and other extremist movements. Parents For Peace created the first-ever national non-governmental helpline to help individuals concerned about extremism by providing support and resources. Created with guidance from experts at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and modeled after suicide helplines, the Parents For Peace helpline takes a public health approach to counter violent extremism, through non-governmental intervention and support.

Extremism and radicalization are typically viewed through the lens of national security and the criminal justice system. However, the rise and spread of extremist ideologies and movements is a complex public health challenge that requires a holistic approach. Parents For Peace provides education and support to families and communities with the goal of preventing radicalization before it leads to violence.

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

n/aBrookline, MA 02445

(42.3328,-71.13891)
 

SKILLS

  • Fundraising

GOOD FOR

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REQUIREMENTS

  • (5hrs/wk)

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