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November 2011

Hello Friend,

It's the season to be thankful and reflect on the goodness of the past year. We at Peace it Together have much to be thankful for:

  • Sufficient funding to run our 3rd dialogue and filmmaking program
  • 30 inspiring youth who spent their summer struggling through the challenges of conflict and discovering the power of collaborative peace-building
  • Committed volunteers and staff who offered their time, skills and energy to make our program possible
  • An outpouring of community support in the form of food donations, film equipment, program supplies, and free advertising
  • An audience of over 500 people at our Premiere Gala screening
  • 10 new films that are already being screened in Canada and the Middle East

(photo: Israeli participant, Shai Azati, screens his film "Spectrum" to co-workers)

As we reflect on these good gifts, we’re reminded again that everything we do at Peace it Together is possible because of community support.

Without volunteers, funders, supporters and donors, our organization wouldn’t exist.

So 'Thank You' for whichever roles you fill; we couldn’t do this without you! 


NEW Peace it Together Programming

This is also the season to make year-end donations, and we hope that you will consider giving towards our new 2012 programming. 

In the coming year we will be expanding our work to:

  • Begin developing a dialogue and filmmaking program with First Nations and Non-First Nations youths here in Canada.
  • Begin exploring and planning a filmmaking program within Israel/Palestine that will involve past participants as well as youth from other dialogue/encounter programs.
  • Support our 2011 participants all the way through 2012.

If you are passionate about peace and want to support our 2012 programs, please donate today! Every gift truly makes a difference.  

Wishing you peace, shalom, salaam,

The Peace it Together Team

Peace it Together unites youth from opposing sides of a conflict for a program of dialogue and filmmaking. The films they co-create are used as peace-building tools to advance reconciliatory approaches to ending the conflict.


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