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Service-minded Women

Working together to build global peace.

Service-minded Women

Working together to build global peace.

Service-minded Women

Working together to build global peace.

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Working together to build global peace.

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Global Peace Women.
It begins with a “Dream of Peace”

1. We Strengthen Families

Believing that peace begins in the home

We believe that “Peace Begins in the Home.” Our women-led initiatives aim to strengthen families as building blocks of a healthy society.

2. We Uplift Women’s Value & Dignity

Promoting women’s unique & intrinsic qualities

We aim to uplift women’s unique innate qualities that are vital for positive social transformation to take place. These qualities should be cherished and respected.

3. We Advance Women’s Leadership

1. Strengthen Families

Believe that peace begins in the home

We believe that “Peace Begins in the Home.” Our women-led initiatives aim to strengthen families as building blocks of a healthy society.

2. Uplift Women’s Value & Dignity

Promoting unique & intrinsic qualities of women

We aim to uplift women’s unique innate qualities that are vital for positive social transformation to take place. These qualities should be cherished and respected.

3. Advance Women's Leadership

Amplify women-led initiatives

We empower women to become moral & innovative leaders and peace-builders to their local community.

Recent Stories

Strengthen Families

Arias, Friade and Soria Families from Uruguay SFV stories

We celebrate three Sunshine Family Volunteers from Uruguay who over the years have been restoring hope and promoting peace and development in their country for years.

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Strengthen Families

Jin’s Family: Families Serve Together on Martin Luther King Day of Service

Serving others instills in us a spirit of gratitude and gives us an opportunity to share our life privileges with the destitute, poor and marginalized in our communities.

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Strengthen Families

Interfaith Family Serving the World: Soona’s SFV Story

Soona Aoki celebrates her 13th birthday in a special way by inviting her friends over to make bracelets to sell at a fundraiser for the Peace Home in Nepal.

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Strengthen Families

Musiime Hamzah’s family visits Aisha Nantongo a single mother of 11 people at her home in Kawempe Tula-Wakiso District.

We need each other’s love and care to thrive. Acts of kindness can bring people together, and promote peace and harmony in our communities, as Hamzah's family learnt during their SFV project.

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Strengthen Families

Family Peace Association Families Help End Hunger in Washington State: Sean’s Story

Seven families from the Seattle Family Peace Association join hands during their vacation to help end hunger in Washington state.

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Strengthen Families

A Mother's Spirit of Service Spreads on to Her Daughter: Namkyung Lee’s Story

Family service has a huge impact on the peace of the family because in order to do family service, you have to love each other, be considerate, and be united.

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Strengthen Families

Camping and Cleaning with Brothers and Neighbours: Yuuki’s Story

10 year old boy named Yuuk from in Japan shares his experience participating in a beach cleanup activity in his community.

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Strengthen Families

Piggy Bank Projects for Ukraine

Takanori Nishikori's family from Japan volunteered and joined in a project that would help in fundraising for the Ukrainian victims.

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Strengthen Families

Interact Club of Sunshine Family Volunteer visits abandoned children’s home in Mbarara, Uganda: Ms Jalia Muntu’s SFV Story

Ms Jalia Muntu from Mbarara City in Uganda, noticed the high number of orphaned, neglected and abandoned children in her community and organizes a visit to Divine Mercy Home for abandoned children.

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Strengthen Families

Circles of Concern: Everline Obondo’s SFV Story

Everline Obondo is a GPW SFV coordinator from Kenya who empowers the members of her community through capacity building and charitable work.

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Strengthen Families

Topic: Training Students on Leadership, Morality & Discipline: Tosang’s SFV Story

Leadership, morality and discipline are skills help empower us to make choices and take risks that add value to our lives and the lives of others.

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Strengthen Families

The story of Doo-ryun Ha's family's service

Ha Doo-Ryun is 73 years old. She and her husband live to volunteer for peace. For 11 years, she has been collecting used clothes to send to Mongolia, Malaysia, Cambodia, and the Philippines.

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Strengthen Families

Blankets, food and toys for kids: Jenny’s Hurricane Ian Relief

When Hurricane Ian struck in late September 2022, Jenny, a young girl from the United States organized a funds drive for her birthday in support of children who were affected by the hurricane.

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Strengthen Families

Planting Trees for Peace: Magreth Mushi’s Family Story

During the commemoration of International Day of Peace, Magreth, her husband, children, sister, grandson, and neighbors participated in a tree planting activity in her community.

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Strengthen Families

Food and Shelter Donations for Homeless People in Nepal: Bajracharya’s and Shakya’s Families Story

As Winston Churchill once said, “We make a livelihood by what we get, but we build an existence by what we serve.” Serving is a powerful way to affirm that we are all one family under God.

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Strengthen Families

A Visit to Natukunda Sarah’s Family: Jalia Muntu’s Family

Sarah is a single mother of 3 children and 5 grandchildren. Jalia Muntu and her family organize a visit to support Sarah's family.

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Strengthen Families

Dry- food donation to Buddhist Monk: Ramita from Nepal’s SFV story

Shristika Bajracharya’s family and other local volunteers organized a Sunshine Family Volunteer project and donated dry foods to Buddhist Monks in Kritipur, Chabahil Kathmandu in Nepal.

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Strengthen Families

Generosity Knows No Limits: Elaine Desoloc’s Family SFV Story

“No one is too poor that he cannot give and no one is too rich that he cannot receive.” Elaine Desoloc and her family demonstrate this to us through their acts of kindness.

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Strengthen Families

Give a Birthday – Summer and Aurora’s Family

Selflessness is a virtue that allows us to be considerate of the needs of others around us. Two girls raise money on their birthday to support an orphanage.

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Strengthen Families

Giving Back by Planting Joy: Harmony's Story

Giving back to the community is a special act that leaves one feeling joyful and satisfied.

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Strengthen Families

About Global Peace Women Sunshine Family Volunteers, SFV Clubs and Activity Highlights

Recognizing the family as the first school of love and character, Sunshine Family Volunteers encourages families to cultivate service-mindedness through serving together.

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Strengthen Families

Living Courageously for the Greater Good: Breland Family

What does courage mean to you? This word means a lot of different things to most people, but for most, courage means the lack of fear.

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Strengthen Families

Shristika Bajracharya’s Family-wide Greening Plantations Project

Shristika Bajracharya from Nepal has been working towards keeping the earth green and not gray.

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Strengthen Families

A Visit to the Family of Nicholas in Kyera Village: Naswirah’s Family First SFV Experience

Nicholas is a disabled cobbler from Uganda. Nashwira's family visited him on their very first Sunshine Family Volunteer project. "Despite all the challenges, Nicholas deeply loves God and his family."

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