Equipment for Fishermen in Southern Haiti Earthquake Emergency Relief/Search and Rescue Emergency Food & Medicines for Sri Lanka families USA Wildfires Response

Peace Winds America

Org #7480
Vetted since 2011 Site Visit Verified
2008
year founded
$1,218,042
raised on GlobalGiving
12
years fundraising
8
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Our core belief is that disaster response begins with preparedness, and that both disaster preparedness and response should integrate the efforts of governments, militaries, NGOs and the private sector. By strengthening disaster preparedness, response and recovery, Peace Winds seeks to reduce the high human, political and economic costs of natural disasters and man-made conflicts around the world.

Project Leaders
Patrick Hurley
Patrick Hurley
Sarah Maraschky
Sarah Maraschky
Jim Gannon
Jim Gannon
Team
Wayne Nissly
Organization Information
1717 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Suite 1025
Washington, DC 20006
United States
202-559-8627
Organization Information
1717 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Suite 1025
Washington, DC 20006
United States
202-559-8627

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Little by Little: Gear for Haiti's Fishermen

By Sarah Maraschky | Communications Associate

Even small donations can make a huge difference for the communities Peace Winds is working to support. From April 8-12, we’re celebrating this by participating in GlobalGiving’s Little by... Read the full report ›

Organic Agriculture Training for Sri Lanka Farmers

By Sarah Maraschky | Communications Associate

Over the last several months, Peace Winds has been working with farmers in Trincomalee, Sri Lanka to provide specialized training in organic agriculture. The objective is to help trainees increase... Read the full report ›

Three Months After the Noto Peninsula Earthquake

By Sarah Maraschky | Communications Associate

Three months have passed since a 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck Japan’s Noto Peninsula on New Year’s Day, killing more than 240 people and leaving tens of thousands without homes, water,... Read the full report ›
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