List/Grid Supporters and Partners

Throughout the coming year, September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows will shine a light on the work of others around the world who have been similarly affected by terrorism, political violence and war, and have also chosen to work for peace and nonviolence. These individuals, in Japan, South Africa, Rwanda, Northern Ireland, Israel, Palestine, Afghanistan, Iraq, and elsewhere have inspired us and taught us valuable lessons. We believe that our collaborations will continue to be a significant force promoting alternatives to violence and war, and supporting lawful and reasoned responses to terrorism.

Afghan Women’s Network

The Afghan Women’s Network (AWN)  is an umbrella organization of approximately 84 NGO members and 5000 individual members who are committed to supporting Afghan women. AWN is a member of… Read more »

After 6 Years: INP Chair, Jo Berry, Reports

It is now 6 years since I attended the amazing conference ‘Civilian Causalities Civilian Solutions’, organised by PT and we started the INP network. It has been an extraordinary 6… Read more »

American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)

The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) has been a longtime ally and collaborator with September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows.  AFSC’s New York Regional Director Elizabeth Enloe helped to organize… Read more »

Association of March 11th Families (Spain)

On March 11, 2004, ten bombs went off virtually simultaneously in trains carrying commuters into Madrid, Spain. One hundred and ninety people died in the attacks, with approximately 2,000 people… Read more »

Building Bridges for Peace

Jo Berry’s father, Sir Anthony Berry MP was killed in the IRA Brighton Bombing during the 1984 Tory Party Conference. Wanting to bring something positive out of the trauma, she… Read more »

Campaign for Innocent Victims in Conflict (CIVIC)

Future members of September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows were introduced to the work of the Campaign for Innocent Victims in Conflict (CIVIC) during the January, 2002 person-to-person trip which… Read more »

Education for Peace in Iraq Center (EPIC)

The Education for Peace in Iraq Center (EPIC) creates opportunities for concerned Americans and everyday Iraqis to build lasting peace in Iraq. As Iraqis are charting a course towards a… Read more »


Founded in 1994, Emergency offers high quality, free-of-charge health care to war and poverty victims. It has worked in 16 countries, building hospitals, Surgical Centers, Rehabilitation Centers, Pediatric Clinics, First… Read more »

Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR)

The Fellowship of Reconciliation played a critical role in the establishment of September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows. After our Walk for Healing and Peace from Washington, DC to New… Read more »

Gensuikyo [Japan Council against A & H bombs]

The Japan Council Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs (Gensuikyo), has been working since 1955 for a total ban on nuclear weapons and support and solidarity for the A-bomb survivors and… Read more »

Peaceful Tomorrows receives no money from 9/11 charities or disbursements. We depend entirely on individual and foundation grants to continue our work. More...

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September Eleventh Families for Peaceful Tomorrows is fiscally sponsored by Tides Center, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Please visit for additional information.

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