What you will need:

·      A laptop with a reliable Internet connection
·      Access to latest Zoom online meeting platform
·      A quiet space to participate in the meetings
·      Some basic supplies such as scissors, tape and glue

What you will receive:

·      T-Shirt
·      Club Supplies Box mailed to your home
·      Access to private Zoom online meeting space

FAQs

Q: How many children will be in each session?
A: Each session has 20 participant screens. Siblings need to be each registered individually but may share a login screen. If at all possible, we encourage each child to have their own personal device but please make sure to configure it to avoid issues with sound echo (for example, only use audio on one device or use a shared Bluetooth speaker, etc.).  
 
Q: How will you ensure the safety of the online club?
A: Only guardians of the registered club participants will have access to the meeting link/access information. We will also use the waiting room feature to practice extra precaution. Please see the Zoom Privacy Policy for more details. 
 
Q: Is the content the same for each age group/club session?
A: Yes, the basic activities will be the same for each age group/club session, but our club directors will help the members make each experience age appropriate, unique and dynamic.
 
Q: How long is each after school club meeting?
A: Each club meeting is 1.5 hours, however kids may need extra time after the meeting is over to complete the projects they started.
 
Q: What is included in the Supplies Box?
A: The Supplies Box will contain many of the needed supplies necessary to complete the club activities as well as bonus materials including a “Kids for Peace” t-shirt and Kindness Matters bag. Club participants will also need access to basic supplies such as: scissors, tape, markers, glue, paper and recycled cardboard.
 
Q: What will my child do in the club?
A: A daily schedule and weekly themes can be found here. Each activity is carefully considered to support the well-being of the whole child – mind, body, spirit.
 
Q: Will my child get some exercise?
A: Yes! Our energizing portions of each weekly meeting will get the heart pumping!
 
 Q: What if I have difficulty accessing the club meeting session?
A: You may call the Kids for Peace headquarters at 760-730-3320.
 
 
 
 

Club Kids for Peace Directors

Hana will co-lead the Juniors, Middles & Senior clubs and Syr
will co-lead 4 of the 6 sessions due to her college schedule.
High school interns will co-lead the other two sessions.

Hana Craft

At age 7, Hana became the very first Kids for Peace kid! She is proud to say that she helped create the Peace Pledge and has been living by the words ever since. Hana recently graduated with honors from University of Southern California (USC), where she majored in Psychology and double minored in Contemplative Studies and Occupational Sciences. She was delighted to become the Camp Kids for Peace Director as her first job after college.
 
In her free time, Hana likes play with her puppy, write and sing songs with her piano and ukulele, make art, go camping, travel the world, do yoga and meditate.
 
Happy dances and cows make her smile extra big! She dreams of a world where everyone recognizes the beauty within themselves and everyone else. Hana looks forward to fostering a meaningful connection with each club member and can't wait for all the fun!
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Syr Esposito

Syr is a proud believer in the power of summer camps and was thrilled to be the co-director of Camp Kids for Peace. Besides years as both a camper and camp counselor, Syr has journeyed to Italy where she taught English to local kids at summer schools. She is passionate about community and global service and has travelled to Thailand, Laos, Costa Rica, and Ghana on service-oriented trips.
Syr is a junior at Middlebury College where she is studying Political Science, American Studies, and Italian. In her free time, Syr likes to listen to music, write, run, travel the world, and get involved with local and global politics!
 
She feels most happy walking in nature, watching sunsets, laughing with friends, and playing with animals! Syr dreams of a world where every person sees their own unique greatness and aspires to use their greatness to spread peace and love in the world.
 
Syr is beyond excited to engage with every club member and together have a fun and meaningful school year!

Curriculum Consultants

Jill McManigal
Mother, Former Elementary School Teacher, Kids for Peace Co-Founder, Executive Director and Lead Love Infuser
 
Asia Moore
Mother, Kids for Peace Chief Operations Officer and Master of “Get It Done”
Meg Jansen
Mother, Peace Pledge Program Director and KfP Co-Leader at Elementary and Middle Schools
 
Carla Bos
Mother, Grandmother, KfP Board Member and Principal at the Founding KfP Chapter’s Elementary School
 
Margaret Malek
Elementary School Teacher, Character Education Specialist, KfP Board Member and KfP Chapter Leader