The Mike Yarrow Peace Fellowship, a $1,000 grant for a year-long Fellowship including a week-long training intensive for high school and college students, will launch its second annual cycle in June 2016.
Seeking to replace war, racism, and economic injustice with nonviolence, equality, peace and justice.
WWFOR seeks to replace violence, war, racism and economic injustice with nonviolence, equality, peace and justice.
WWFOR supports many local chapters with weekly events in your neighborhood.
WWFOR depends upon the generous contributions of those who share our ideals of peace, justice and nonviolence.
WWFOR has a long tradition of activism and works on a variety of issues at any given time.
Building Powerful Communities: Shattering Oppressive Systems with LoveJuly 1-4, 2017 at Seabeck, WA
59th Annual Northwest Regional Fellowship of Reconciliation Conference at SeabeckThe Program includes Speakers - Workshops - Youth Program - Children’s Program - Music, Dance, Poetry - Boating/Swimming
"Beyond Outrage to Outreach: Some Practical Solutions" To be held April 22, 2017, in the Fellowship Hall of Fauntleroy UCC’s church building, 9140 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98136.
The Bring Our Billion$ Home campaign is a grassroots effort to shift our tax dollars from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to our children, our sick, and our elderly. We need good jobs and we need to protect our environment.
About Western Washington Fellowship of Reconciliation
Since 1915, the Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR) has carried on programs and educational projects concerning domestic and international peace and justice, nonviolent alternatives to conflict, and the rights of conscience.
FROM OUTRAGE TO OUTREACH: SOME POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS Please see the Spring Assembly page at http://www.wwfor.org/spring-assembly/ for a description of our April...
The March 2017 4-page print version of the Pacific Call, newsletter of Western Washington Fellowship of Reconciliation, is available as a...