Over the next many months, Play for Peace will be profiling on social media and our website the most outstanding supporters, volunteers, and partners from our first 25 years of existence.
Master Facilitator and Trainer Chaun PridGeon from Chicago, Illinois USA:
In 1997, a visionary named Chaun PridGeon embarked on a journey with Play for Peace, dedicating 25 years of unwavering commitment to fostering peace through play. From the heart of Chicago, Chaun has played a pivotal role as a Master Facilitator and Trainer, exemplifying the spirit of unity and compassion. His impact has rippled across communities, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of those touched by the power of play. Chaun, your dedication is a testament to the transformative potential of joy and cooperation. Congratulations on this well-deserved victory!
VISIT.ORG - Social Impact Experts Making a Difference Worldwide:
A heartfelt acknowledgment goes to our esteemed partners, VISIT.ORG! As a global team of social impact experts, VISIT.ORG has been an invaluable ally in our collective pursuit of positive change. Their unwavering commitment to helping innovative enterprises make a lasting impact in communities across the globe has been a catalyst for the success of Play for Peace. Together, we celebrate not only 25 years of Play for Peace but also the collaborative efforts that have made this journey of transformation possible.
Morteza Rezayi - Outstanding Volunteer, Master Facilitator, and Mentor from Herat, Afghanistan:
From the picturesque landscapes of Herat, Afghanistan, Morteza Rezayi emerged as an outstanding force within Play for Peace. Having joined in 2017, Morteza's journey as a volunteer, Master Facilitator, and Mentor exemplifies the true essence of play as a vehicle for peace. His dedication to uplifting communities and fostering a sense of unity through play has been truly inspiring. Morteza, your contributions have been a beacon of hope in the pursuit of a harmonious world. Congratulations on this well-deserved recognition!
As we celebrate 25 years of Play for Peace, let us reflect on the profound impact that individuals like Chaun PridGeon and Morteza Rezayi, along with the support of VISIT.ORG, have had on creating a world where joy and collaboration triumph over discord. Here's to the next 25 years of fostering peace through the universal language of play!