Our Mission

Our mission is to remove the obstacles to forgiveness and promote healing both for victims and perpetrators of injustice. By creating venues for constructive dialogue, we will build ties of understanding and cooperation, leading to reconciliation.

What We Do


Our Journey to Freedom program is designed to provide practical and emotional support and guidance that refugees need to work through issues related to resettlement and develop solutions for overcoming difficulties in their new lives. By far, the most overwhelming obstacles to overcome are culture shock and language barriers. Learn more.


The Peace Center for Forgiveness and Reconciliation believes in developing young people in the core areas of acceptance, tolerance, motivation, and inspiration.  In pursuit of this goal, the Center facilitates the multiple mentoring programs. Volunteer to be a mentor.

Peace Academy

Our Peace Academy program is designed to teach young people the art of peacemaking and how to resolve conflict.  Youth are able to build relationships with adult mentors and participate in team activities that promote cooperation. Learn more.

“To forgive is to set a prisoner free and discover that the prisoner was you.”

 – Lewis B. Smedes

Want to volunteer?

Programs like our mentorship work and our general operations run smoothly with the tireless work of our volunteers. We invite you to join our team!

Want to bring us to you?

Our founder and survivor of the 1994 Genocide Against the Tutsi is available for presentations to school classes and other groups. Please reach out to book a speaker.

Want to support us?

We rely on our donors to continue offering our important programs. We invite you to join our growing group of world-changers by making a gift today!