Family Peace Association

Edmonds, WA   |  usa.family-peace.org

Mission

THE ORGANIZATION EMPOWERS PEOPLE TO RAISE GOD-CENTERED FAMILIES AS THE FOUNDATION FOR A PEACEFUL IDEAL WORLD. THROUGH POSITIVE, CREATIVE PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS, THEY IMPACT SOCIETY TO SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT OF STRONG HEALTHY FAMILY.

Ruling year info

2008

Principal Officer

Kenshu Aoki

Main address

21010 76th Ave W

Edmonds, WA 98026 United States

EIN

20-5717831

NTEE code info

Other Youth Development N.E.C. (O99)

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SOURCE: IRS Form 990

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Program 1

MARRIAGE AND FAMILY PROGRAMS: MARRIAGE PREPARATION WORKSHOP FOR SINGLE PEOPLE: A 2-Week Online Zoom Workshop 50+ Participants Parents and children participated together. MONTHLY COUPLES' RELATIONSHIP MEETINGS: Meetings conducted via Zoom Participated by 20 couples. WEEKLY MEETING ON FAMILY PRINCIPLES:Weekly meetings were held to discuss family principles and values, On average, 130 people participated. WEEKLY MEETINGS ON PARENTING:Weekly meetings were held on parenting skills, On average, 25 parents participated. PILOT FAMILY WORKSHOP:14 people pioneered a week-long family workshop in rural Montana. HOME BASED WORKBOOKS DISTRIBUTED: Distribution of workbooks in 5 languages, Core Values at Home Curriculum for Elementary School Age Children, Family Creed Workbook Distributed. RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT FOR FAMILY STRENGTHENING: WEBSITE RESOURCE: Weekly real stories related to family on usa.family-peace.org. OTHER RESOURCES:Newsletters with featured stories reaching 500 readers, Online resource page via log-in serving 350 members. YOUTH SPIRITUAL + CHARACTER EDUCATION: HIGH AND MIDDLE SCHOOL SPIRITUAL + CHARACTER EDUCATION:Operated Monthly programs for High school students, mixed online and in-person, throughout the year. An online chat group ("Discord" chat) was started, Participants ranged from Washington, New York, New Jersey, California, and Georgia, Supplementary outings and gatherings at a bimonthly rate occurred, Summer July workshops occurred for both High school and Middle school students. The Middle school workshop was staffed by High school students, End-of-year hike was executed for the Washington area. CORE VALUES FOR THE HOME (CVH) - PARENTS' EDUCATION MATERIALS FOR CHARACTER EDUCATION FOR ELEMENTARY AGE CHILDREN:New initiative began based on parents' request for more support for at-home character education for their elementary school age children, 18 families are participating in this new initiative, Phase 2 - Parents began creating lesson plans in their homes to develop theme-based books, Regular meetings set up for participating parents to share best practices. CORE VALUES FOR LIFE (CVL) - SPIRITUAL PROGRAMS FOR COLLEGE AGE AND YOUNG PROFESSIONALS: Continued national video calls throughout the school year. Participants joined from New Jersey, Washington, Georgia, and Montana, California and Florida, Online workshop occurred in July with the theme "Building a spiritual community." LEADERSHIP TASK FORCE (LTF) LEADERSHIP PROGRAM FOR COLLEGE AGE: 6+ participants joined the 1-year college-age leadership program. YOUTH SUMMER WORKSHOPS: CVL Workshop held in July, High School Character and Ethics Workshop held in July, Middle School Character and Ethics Workshop held in July.

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Revenue
$0

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