Projects for Peace


How would you change the world with $10,000? Projects for Peace exists to provide an opportunity for undergraduate students on campus to design and submit grassroots projects for peace. Want to help bring clean water to a small town in Peru? Or maybe teach a community in South Africa about Sexual Health and Violence? Dream big. The top submissions nationally will be granted $10,000 each to make their project happen. This grant program aims to inspire and motivate college students to create and implement plans for building peace in the twenty-first century.



History

Projects for Peace is made possible by Kathryn Wasserman Davis, an accomplished internationalist and philanthropist, who celebrated her centennial birthday in 2007 by committing $1 million to fund Projects for Peace. As a Davis United World College Scholars Program partner school, University of Florida students have been awarded over $200,000 since 2007.



2022-2023 Proposal Deadline

Dates Coming Soon


“My many years have taught me that there will always be conflict. It’s part of human nature. But I’ll remind you that love, kindness, and support are also part of human nature. My challenge to you is to bring about a mindset of preparing for peace, instead of preparing for war.”

– Kathryn W. Davis
Founder, Projects for Peace


Project Proposal Guidelines

Have an idea and want to get started? Or just not sure where to start? Our staff is available for individual consultations. Our staff is also available to review your proposal and provide feedback as well as connect you to additional resources. Email bcls@ufsa.ufl.edu to schedule a consultation.

INFO SeSSIONS

Sign up and attend one of our virtual zoom information sessions for more guidance and information on project proposals.

Fall Info Sessions
October 3, 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. | Reitz Union 2102
October 6, 10 -11 a.m. | Reitz Union 2102
October 11, 2 – 3 p.m. | Reitz Union 2102

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Past University of Florida Project Recipeints


 


Interested in more of a local service program? Visit our Community Engagement Microgrants