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CHOOSE PEACE

Dust off those dancing shoes and make your way down to the Ballroom at the Providence G in your finest Mardi Gras attire!

Enjoy complimentary valet parking, a DJ, dancing, raffles, hors d'oeuvres, cocktails, and more while supporting the Nonviolence Institute. We're putting on the event of the season, so you definitely don't want to miss this!

 

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Check out our voting resources page here to learn about registration and voting criteria, deadlines, and dates. ​​​

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Answer all your burning questions about the upcoming 2020 Census here. ​Learn more about how, where, and why to vote; and why your participation in the 2020 Census is critical.

 

2020 is going to be a big year folks!

 

Our partners at Amica put together a look at the Nonviolence Institute in this short video.  Take a look for just a glimpse into our vital lifesaving work. Our teams at the Institute are making our neighborhoods and communities safer every single day.  
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Nonviolence in the News:
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Key Supporters
We are so grateful for all the support we receive from our community. Key supporters help us year-round with gifts of support, in-kind contributions, volunteer hours, and services.
Want to be a Key Supporter?  Contact our Development Office for more information!
Frank Hazard Charitable Foundation  -  Haffenreffer Family Fund
June Rockwell Levy Foundation
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In 2016, the Nonviolence Institute (then the Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence), assembled a group of staff, leaders, clients, and stakeholders to develop a strategic plan for growth and sustainability. The year-long planning process resulted in the formation of six strategic objectives.  These objectives are a framework on which we build our services and projects.  

Strategic Objectives for Management:

  • Center of Excellence in Nonviolence (build to be a primary center of thought, research, and practice in the field)

  • Relationship Management (work toward relationships that are strong with all constituent groups)

  • Evaluation Capacity (grow, implement, and maintain systems that evaluate performance and impact)

  • Resource Development (institute a management culture whereby resource development, especially but not solely financial, is the responsibility of all, not just one department or committee)

  • Continuous Professional Development (grow opportunities for all staff to continuously learn and develop skills as professionals in this field)

  • Communication Strategy (with intention, communicate the Institute’s story to each of our distinct constituent groups)

For a quick look at our Strategic Plan click here, or read the full plan:

 

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