Support the Foundation

Bringing excellence to the education conversation and to as many communities as possible is dependent on the vision and generosity of funders willing to support our efforts.

If a picture is worth a 1000 words, a high quality film, one like World Peace and Other 4th Grade Achievements, speaks volumes. Excellent films like this one move us. They resonate and touch our hearts in a way that allows to ask a new question such as how much education shift and grow so that it is preparing children to thrive in a globally interconnected, dynamic, complex world? Support excellence in education documentaries by contributing to Rosalia Films and Chris Farina’s important work.

Education is at the heart of world peace and harmony. Teaching kids and giving them an opportunity to experience spontaneous compassion as they seek to solve interconnected and complex issues that affect us all will create global citizens who are prepared to lead and serve the vision of a good society and standard of living for all.

Support excellence in teaching by contributing to the ongoing work of John Hunter and the World Peace Game Foundation.

The most important factor is a child’s success is his teacher. Preparing new teachers and challenging veteran teachers to continue to learn and adapt their teaching for a changed and changing world is the primary world of the Martin Institute. Support teaching excellence and rigorous professional development for teachers, especially those from schools were professional learning is underfunded.

We will be able to accept online donations in the near future. In the meantime, if you would like to support the World Peace Game Foundation financially, send any contributions to:

The World Peace Game Foundation
707 Cynthianna Avenue
Charlottesville, VA 22903

The World Peace Game Foundation has an application on file for non-profit 501(c)3 status pending with the IRS. Any contributions would be tax-deductible only after the anticipated IRS approval.

If approval for some reason approval is not forthcoming (unlikely), the Foundation would honor any requests to return contributions.

Timely announcement will be made as to the status of approval and specific use for all contributions.