Run a Peace Feast

There are several ways to run a Peace Feast and different models you can adapt to your own community and setting.

Community Celebration
Global Response
Faith and Festivals
Drinks in the Garden
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  • Running a Peace Feast takes a bit of planning, so we recommend partnering with a local organisation such as a community centre, a school or a faith group, to help with things like selling tickets and promoting the event. Ideally, you could host your Peace Feast with someone from a different culture or faith in your community to really capture and model the vision.

  • Peace Feasts are run in line with the values of Bridges for Communities. Please click here to check that you are in agreement with them before organising an event.

  • We are here to help. If you’re thinking about running an event and you have some questions, then feel free to contact us and we’d love to support you.

  • In general, events need to cover their own costs, and this is normally achieved by selling tickets. You may also consider a ‘Pay it Forward’ scheme so you can invite people on low incomes. Please see the Running Guide and resources below for practical tips on this and other topics.

  • Whichever model you choose, and however you organise your Peace Feast, think about how you include the three key elements - food, stories & friendship.

Resources

You can download these resources for free, to help you run your first Peace Feast

Peace Feast Running Guide

Guide for

Photographer

Food for Thought

Event

Posters

Guide for Speakers

Name

Badges

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Peace Feast is a project of Bridges for Communities,

Charity No. 1137092

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