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Youth & Peace in Action (YPA)

Let’s put youth at the center of building and sustaining a culture of peace.

On September 21, 2021 – the International Day of Peace – the largest local youth peace education initiative, ever, kicks off with high schools and youth service clubs in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern US.

Peacebuilding starts with our youth! Our goal is to provide the YPA program to every high school in District 6930. To raise both awareness of this bold initiative and the funds necessary to make it a reality, District Governor Michael Walstrom is kicking off The Governor’s Walk for Peace: One Million Steps in a New Direction!

Education on the YPA program will begin throughout the district, and over social media, culminating in a 180-mile walk the full length of District 6930, from Titusville to Boca Raton, beginning on January 8th, 2022.

Please help support our youth (and our OBSESSED District Governor) by donating today!


Ak’tenamit School in Guatemala

Ak-Tenamit’s mission is to enable the indigenous people of Guatemala to become self-sustaining.

Ak’Tenamit is internationally recognized for its innovative and highly effective education programs. Its demand-driven work-based learning approach helps at-risk indigenous youth gain an education and secure good jobs in Guatemala. This allows them to avoid risky forced migration to the United States in search of work, leaving their culture and a broken family behind. Instead of girls marrying as young as fourteen, they are able to graduate from high school, get good jobs, and reach their goals. Ak’Tenamit graduates tend to continue their education at a tertiary level, are leaders in their communities, maintain a strong sense of cultural identity, develop pride in their Mayan language and culture, and are committed to lifting their families and communities out of poverty as well.

Success at Ak’Tenamit has lead to growth in the program and the necessity to expand the campus environment. District 6930 will be leading a water and sanitation Global Grant to provide the new latrine facilities, including a solar water pump. In February of 2022 our district will also send at least two groups of twenty Rotarians each to Ak’Tenamit to assist in the physical completion of this project.

Please help us reach our goal by contributing to this project!

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