We conduct and publish research and provide training.
We undertake charitable activities which include supporting disabled people and their families, providing financial support to disadvantaged families in their daughters’ marriages, and empowering local women. We also offer scholarships to needy students.
You can read more about the Foundation’s objectives in our articles of association.
We publish materials including books, research reports, digital, audio, video content, and collect/distribute donations for charitable causes.
Although, the founding members of the PFP were journalists and media professionals, over time the organization has attracted the attention of other working groups, especially youth, women, minorities, activists, and professionals in different spheres of human interest.
Press for Peace was established in 1999 as a non-governmental organization. It initially focused on local issues in Muzaffarabad, Azad Jammu, and Kashmir. In the beginning, the priorities were set to focus on the sad plight of different segments of society including working journalists, prisoners, minorities, highly vulnerable children, and women.
Press for Peace -registered as Press for Peace Foundation in the UK, has a policy of making alliances and partnerships with like-minded people and organizations around the globe as this approach has worked successfully in the past. The enormity and multitude of community issues cannot be addressed by a single aid organization, charity, or NGO. We always welcome local small groups, NGOs, CSOs, government agencies, and international organizations to develop a meaningful partnership with us in achieving our shared goals.
- The humanitarian approach towards the communities where we serve.
- An accountable and responsible approach to the work.
- Transparent and efficient project management.
- Continuous collaboration with all stakeholders, sponsors, and donors.
- Impartiality and equality during resource utilization & skills generation.
Volunteer with us
Press for Peace Foundation is a community-based organization that has a strong faith in volunteerism. Volunteers are the backbone of this organization and they have permanent social, emotional, and humane grounds in the communities where they serve. Whether you are a student, teacher, lawyer, doctor, journalist, IT specialist, community worker, academician, activist, business person, or artist, you can be a volunteer with Press for Peace Foundation.