The Pax Christi Fund for Peace is a nonprofit tax-exempt 501c3 organization incorporated in the District of Columbia to promote around the world peace and reconciliation, freedom and respect for human rights, as well as the political and social responsibility of individuals and communities.

Central to the mission of the Pax Christi International Fund for Peace are efforts to foster a culture of active nonviolence; to insert moral and ethical principles on issues of war and peace into the public and political arenas, and to promote action for peace and justice.

The primary goals of the Pax Christi International Fund for Peace − to contribute to the prevention, demilitarization, and resolution of conflicts; to strengthen human rights, democracy and international law; and to build peace − are met through grants for the work of other member organizations in the Pax Christi network.

Pax Christi is a Catholic network of non-profit organizations on five continents committed to nonviolence, peace and reconciliation With an international secretariat in Brussels, Belgium, Pax Christi member organizations sponsor a wide variety of programs and projects for peace in many different countries. Pax Christi International Fund for Peace grants for the international work of Pax Christi will be made to Pax Christi International.

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