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.

Never Again Campaign

The Never Again Campaign (NAC) is a volunteer people-to-people program of Berkshire Community College in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Its goal is to spread the message of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki A-bomb… Read more »

New Horizons for Women

New Horizons for Women is a non-profit women’s organization that seeks to empower Iraqi women to take their place as leaders and shapers of the new Iraq. The core values… Read more »

No More Victims Tour

The “No More Victims” tour, co-sponsored by September Eleventh Families for Peaceful Tomorrows and the American Friends Service Committee, will place the human dimension and experience of the 9-11 attacks and of war at the center of the national debate over the “war against terrorism.” In doing so, the participants hope to educate and to raise public consciousness about the meanings and consequences of the war by providing a thought-provoking dialogue in counterpoint to other, more ceremonial, remembrances of September 11.

Nonviolent Peaceforce

In November, 2002 September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows founding members Kelly Campbell and Barry Amundson were present at the creation of Nonviolent Peaceforce in Surajkund, India, with peace advocates from a… Read more »

Parents Circle – Families Forum

Following the Walk for Healing and Peace in December 2001 which brought together future members of September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, among the first to reach out to our… Read more »

Peace Action

Peace Action is the nation’s largest grassroots peace network, with chapters and affiliates in 30 states. It organizes its grassroots network to place pressure on Congress and the Administration through… Read more »

Peace Boat US

Several members of September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows have participated in programs about Peace Boat US. It is a non-governmental and non-profit organization working to promote peace, human rights,… Read more »

Peace X Peace

Peace X Peace lifts women’s voices, strengthens women’s capacity to connect across divides, promotes leadership and gender equity and nurtures the global network of peacebuilders. The nonprofit organization was born… Read more »

The Forgiveness Project

Based in the UK, The Forgiveness Project explores forgiveness, reconciliation and conflict resolution through real-life human experience.  Its mission is to open up a dialogue about forgiveness and promote understanding… Read more »

The Peace Abbey

The Peace Abbey in Sherborn, Massachusetts serves as a model for religious organizations, communities, and individuals seeking non-violent, pacifist pathways to peace and social justice. Members of September 11th Families… 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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