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Echo Valley Hope is an educational and charitable 501(c)3 raising the voice of peace and sustainable living. Echo Valley Hope’s mission is to support the well-being of all people and the earth through educational events and collaborations with like-minded organizations. All who advance kindness, innovative and just actions and ideas are welcomed.

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Peace Initiatives

How do we make peace?
Any way we can.

We acknowledge the very real possibility of peace and believe that the effort required is a simple one. We believe each and every one of us holds that possibility within us. Our efforts promote communication among people, celebrate diversity, and support our humanity through events and educational gatherings. 

Read Echo Valley Hope's pledge, Humanity Rising.

Echo Valley Hope proudly supports Peace Week Milwaukee. This is an opportunity for all peace and sustainability organizations to celebrate and to raise the voice of peace. Follow Peace Week Milwaukee on Facebook

Echo Valley Hope offers the Peace Education Program of TPRF. We have teams in Milwaukee and Madison facilitating this program. Contact us if your community is interested in hosting this free ten week class of one hour sessions in personal peace.

Echo Valley Hope continues to offer time for people to gather together at Echo Valley Farm. We celebrate, learn from, break bread with and support one another. We plant seeds of action. The conversations are guided by the participants present at the gatherings.

Kickapoo Teen Drop In is a monthly drop in for teens in the Kickapoo Valley. This gives teens and local mentors a chance to meet and explore interests in a variety of fields. 

We believe our relationship to the earth is primary to our humanity. We support efforts to protect the earth and ally with organizations promoting protection and peaceful reclamation. You can read our Environmental Stewardship Pledge here.

Echo Valley Hope offers free classes in sustainable living at Echo Valley Farm. Click here to see the upcoming schedule.

Local people are invited to work a parcel of land as a community garden. Gardeners can grow food for their families and share the harvest with others. Contact us if you are interested in a community garden project.

For a listing of organizations that we champion, click here.

Sign up for our monthly newsletter here. Click here for volunteer opportunities.

Join our facebook page Peace First and Ending War and post your peace activities here.

In Appreciation,
The Board of Echo Valley Hope

Cassi Effing, Indianapolis, IN
Dena Eakles, Ontario, WI
Eduardo Del Signore, Los Angeles, CA
Joyce Firestone, Miami, FL
Kathy Dancy, McCullom Lake, IL
Lauren West, Ontario, WI
Meg Novick, Albuquerque, NM
Melissa Gordon Rhine, Atlanta, GA
Jeff Phelps, Houston, TX