The Season for Nonviolence, January 30 to April 4, 2021, celebrates the lives of Mohandas Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. and seeks to extend their work for peace

Support Heart to Heart's Peace Leaders by ordering Peace Flags on this site!

Heart to Heart helps people in and out of prisons experience inner peace and become leaders of peace in the world. We are celebrating the 64-day Season for Nonviolence by growing our Peace Leader programs.

Heart to Heart is partnering with the Peace Flag Project to spread the message of peace. From January 30 to April 4, 100%  of the funds raised will support our Peace Leader programs. For each $25 donated, you receive a flag - or send one to a friend.

 

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Spread a message of peace.

Help us prepare a new generation of Peace Leaders

See the Peace Leaders your order will support!

Heart to Heart's Gallery of Peace Leaders

By donating to Heart to Heart you receive Peace Flags to fly and share

All funds will support our Peace Leaders Programs

Your Order Supports these Heart to Heart Programs

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Peace Leader programs in schools, faith communities, and workplaces

About the Peace Flag

 

The international peace flag with rainbow colors and the word PACE, Italian for peace, emblazoned on it has its roots in a peace march in Milan, Italy in 1961. In 2002, this PACE peace flag was flown from over 1 million balconies in Europe, calling against the impending war and bombing of Iraq.

Natick, Massachusetts resident Maggie Sky and her colleagues at the Rainbow Peace Project took this design and, wanting to integrate a message of inclusion, added four brown skin tones to the flag.
A similar design was developed in 1978 by San Francisco artist and veteran Gilbert Baker to represent LGBT pride, at the urging of San Francisco leader Harvey Milk.