Interfaith Paths to Peace is a grassroots organization located in Louisville's historic Portland Neighborhood. We have been serving the community for 25 years with a mission of building peace, justice, and compassion by uniting and organizing people of diverse faiths, races, and cultures. Recipient of the 2017 "Art of Inclusion" Award presented by the Center for Nonprofit Excellence. IPP is a private, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit (NGO), established in 1996, and located in Louisville, Kentucky.
IPP's Board of Directors includes community leaders from diverse backgrounds, faiths, races, and cultures.
Together, working for peace!
IPP works to create a more inclusive and just society by bringing people of
all faiths, races, cultures, traditions, and philosophies together to share and celebrate our diverse humanity. We do this through the three main pathways of Educating, Peacemaking, and Collaborating. We invite you to join us for our networking gatherings, community vigils, educational programs, interfaith dinners, concerts, cultural events, and more! We also host a variety of online programming opportunities to gather for meaningful connections, conversations, and co-learning.
EDUCATING Conducting educational programs to build a better world for future generations | PEACEMAKING Coordinating events that foster peace, understanding, and cooperation | COLLABORATING Connecting individuals and organizations to engage in social change.
Interfaith Paths to Peace builds peace and compassion in our community by uniting people of diverse faiths and cultures.
Our vision is to leave a more peaceful world for future generations.
We believe that PEACE is a verb!
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