Because of your commitment, we have kept up our pace of gun violence prevention work, even during the pandemic — including distribution of over 12,000 gun safety kits across Kentucky and Ohio, and training over 100 people in Save A Life prevention training. We couldn’t do this important work without you!

We’re hopeful you will join us at our upcoming A Night for Life event in Cincinnati later this month, our most important fundraiser of the year, and help us continue to work toward our mission to find common ground to end gun violence.

A Night for Life 2021 will take place on September 25 and will highlight gun violence survivors and their Reflections on Survival. Each survivor has partnered with professional artists to share their stories of trauma and resilience through their chosen art form. Imagine the mass shooting of September 6, 2018 as told through visual art and music or a homicide told through dance or spoken word.

To ensure the health and safety of everyone attending A Night for Life 2021, we ask that each attendee, vendor, and performer provide either proof of vaccination status or a negative COVID-19 test prior to entry into the venue. For more information regarding the event and the many ways you can engage, please visit this link.

We know how powerful it can be when youth voices are lifted and amplified. In this short program, participants will learn the skills of telling your own story and translating it into digital media that can be shared far and wide. We will be joined by Seeds of Peace GATHER Fellow and NYC educator Molly Josephs, who runs a podcast with youth called This Teenage Life. At the end of the four sessions, participants will have composed and recorded their own dialogue/conversations on a topic of their choosing, which will be edited into a special Seeds of Peace episode of This Teenage Life podcast.

Registration Deadline: February 26th

Visit event page here.