Updated: February 24, 2013
Echo Valley Hope is
a 501(c)3 educational and charitable nonprofit advocating sustainable
and supporting initiatives of peace.
Our mission includes raising funds for disaster and hunger relief and
supporting the well being of individuals and communities.
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believe it is time for peace--to feel peace, not simply to talk about
it. Our effort is
to bring together individuals and organizations that recognize the
power of coalition.
We support the efforts of The Prem
Rawat Foundation in “addressing
fundamental human needs so people everywhere can live their lives with
dignity, peace and prosperity.” Watch a brief address by Prem Rawat here.
Once again, Echo Valley Hope has donated a water filter for a school
in Iraq through Water
for Peace, a program of the
Iraqi and American Reconciliation Project.
We will host events to bring awareness to the peace
initiatives of Veterans
for Peace, Warrior
Peace and Justice, Boggs
Center to Nurture Community Leadership,
Rhythm Community, Iraqi
and American Reconciliation Project and many more--and we
offering weekends in nonviolence and visionary activism (click
here for our schedule).
Echo Valley Hope supports the effort and vision of Idle
No More. We recognize and
agree with the peaceful message of the founders. We hold the
understanding that we
are all indigenous as fundamental to reclaiming
the earth and our humanity in peace.
Join our facebook page Peace First and Ending War and
post your peace
believe our relationship to the earth is primary to our humanity. We
support all efforts to protect the earth and ally with all
organizations promoting legislative protection and peaceful
reclamation. We are Idle No More.
can read our Environmental Stewardship Pledge here.
We encourage all Wisconsin environmental organizations to become
affiliated with WNPJ
and to support each others' efforts. We align with SOUL
in educating the public on
greener energy possibilities. We recognize that water is precious and
will do all that we can to keep the Bad River Tribe and our water safe
from iron mining in the Penokees. See Save
the Water's Edge. We know it is time to stop frac sand mining
and support Save the Hills Alliance. These
organizations represent a few of Echo Valley Hope's alliances we hope
you will support.
Echo Valley Hope offers free sustainability classes at Echo Valley
Farm. Click here to see the wide range
of offerings and for the upcoming schedule.
Navajo rugs with 100% of the proceeds going to the weavers. Rugs are
available at all Echo Valley Hope events and are posted here--they
can also be commissioned.
Local people are
invited to work a parcel of land donated for a community garden.
Gardeners will feed their families and share the remaining harvest with
other families. Contact
us if you are interested in the 2013 community garden project.
Valley Hope is a proud supporter of the Ontario Library’s community
garden, and will continue to support the Ontario Senior Meals Program
and the Wilton Food Pantry.
Stay tuned for much more in 2013! Sign up for our monthly newsletter here. Click here for volunteer
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