Introducing Organizations with Great Causes and Mission

Peace One Day & Global Truth

September 21 is Peace One Day

The Foundation also support the vision of - Peace One Day - to observe a global day of Peace.

Many of you may already know of Jeremy Gilley, an independent documentary filmmaker and the Founder of Peace One Day. His message for Peace One Day inspires many. Over ten years, he has made an incredible effort in bringing this day, an official recognized day by the United Nations - Annual Peace Day, a day of global cease fire and a day for everyone to become involved in the peace making process. Please visit his website. 

Please take a moment to view the short film to find out about Peace One Day.  Here's his message

  Jeremy Gilley, Founder of Peace One Day

 In celebration and support of Jeremy's work and International Peace Day the Harmony For Peace 2013 International Peace Day Concert for Young People will take place on September 21st at Verizon Hall, Kimmel Center for Performing Arts. For more details...

Hibakusha Stories 

Hibakusha Stories is a UN-affiliated NGO registered in New York, that passes the legacy of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki to a new generation, empowering them with tools to build a world free from nuclear weapons. “Hibakusha”, in Japanese, refers to the atomic bomb survivors. They tell their stories to help people understand the truth and reality of nuclear weapons and the need for nuclear disarmament. Hibakusha Stories conducts multiple school visits yearly not only to show children the impact nuclear weapons can have, but also to equip them with hope and the tools they will need to create a bright future. For more information, please visit theirwebsite

Global Zero 

 Global Zero is a social movement which plans to eliminate all nuclear weapons by 2030 through the relentless creativity, energy and optimism of young people around the world. Today, there at 17,000 nuclear weapons on Earth, together with Global Zero that number will be brought to zero. Their action plan calls for the US and Russia (who hold more than 90% of the world’s nuclear weapons) to make cuts in their arsenals and negotiate to eliminate all nuclear weapons by 2030. For more information, please visit their website

Mayors for Peace 


The Mayors for Peace, through close cooperation among international cities, strives to raise international public awareness regarding the need to abolish nuclear weapons and contributes to the realization of genuine and lasting world peace that was established in 1982 at the initiative of then mayor of Hiroshima, Takeshi Araki. Their overall action plan includes establishing Hiroshima-Nagasaki courses in colleges around the world, explore a better relationship between children and electronic media, and to create a framework for protecting children from war. The 2020 Vision Campaign is the primary campaigning body of Mayors for Peace, which arose out of the “Emergency Campaign to ban nuclear weapons” launched in 2003. The message is simple: eliminate the nuclear threat. The 2020 Vision Campaign works to make this goal a reality by 2020, and achieve our vision of a nuclear-free world in which cities are no longer held in jeopardy. For more information, please visit their website

Project for Nuclear Awareness 

PNA is a non-profit organization advocating for the abolition of nuclear weapons by educating the public, policy makers, and especially the youth. The PNA Publications seek to provide information and research analysis on current affairs of nuclear related matters, with the hope of progressing towards the abolition of nuclear weapons. For more information, please visit their website

Physicians for Social Responsibility 


PSR is a non-profit organization that is the medical and public health voice for policies to prevent nuclear war and proliferation and to slow, stop, and reverse global warming and toxic degradation of the environment. It’s strategy includes educating and activating the local community through research, collaboration, and targeted communication as well as well as advocating for government and societal change at all levels. Most recently, in 2013, PSR is working with the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability in an attempt to reduce the US nuclear footprint. For more information, please visit their website

Value Diversity creates public and private partnerships while providing multicultural information through the Internet gateway. They connects people, ideas, and cultures while holding the distinct view-point that diversity is America’s and the world’s most valuable product. Diversity is what makes up the strength of any organization, business, or community.

Through Internet-enabled linkages, they open-up marketing and social networking opportunities for the African-American Community, Asian-Pacific Islander Community, Southeast- Asian Community, Caribbean Community, Latino-Hispanic Community, Euro-American Community, and Middle-Eastern Community. For more information, please visit their website

The CommUNITY Breakfast: 

The Community-Led Unity Breakfast of the Main Line

 The CommUNITY Breakfast is a community-led and volunteer-staffed effort organized by a “Steering Committee” and welcomes attendees from the greater Main Line area who value celebrating Unity while “Embracing the Difference.”

The CommUNITY Breakfast is held annually to mark "Undoing Racism Day."  The CommUNITY Breakfast provides a space where Main Liners may meet diverse neighbors from local faith, civic, educational and business communities who want to get to know each other. 

The CommUNITY Breakfast Steering Committee and Advisors are comprised of at-large community volunteers and representatives from the following organizations:  Baha’i Community of Radnor Township, Radnor; Bethel AME Church, Bryn Mawr; Central Baptist Church, Wayne; Harmony For Peace Foundation, Southeastern; Main Line Chamber of Commerce, Wayne; Main Line Martin Luther King, Jr. Association, Wayne; Main Line NAACP, Wayne; Margaret Kuo restaurants, Wayne; Mother Bethel AME Church, Philadelphia; Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, Ardmore; Radnor High School, Radnor; Radnor Middle School, Wayne; Radnor Memorial Library, Wayne; St. Luke United Methodist Church, Bryn Mawr; St. Thomas of Villanova RC Church, Rosemont; Temple Brith Achim, King of Prussia; Villanova University, Villanova; and Wayne United Methodist Church, Wayne.   

The CommUNITY Breakfast is open to the public.  The cost is $10 per person; additional donations for program expenses which are kept to a minimum are gratefully requested.  Our goal is to achieve a wide and varied attendance, as welcoming each other as neighbor encourages friendship, peace-making and helps to undo racism.  For more information on volunteer and/or sponsorship opportunities, please email 

Press Contact information: Anne Minicozzi, Event Facilitator