Service Programs

To cultivate the spirit of one family under God, UPF offers disaster relief and organizes service projects such as caring for public spaces, supporting access to education, promoting good health, and providing medical supplies.

Hardly did we know that the tree-planting project along the Nairobi River would become such a lively event with energetic volunteers from all over Nairobi and its environs working consistently in a display of unity.

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Rasoun, Jordan - This year's Discover True Friendship Tour features a project in the village of Rasoun, Jordan, July 8-22. Join us as we renovate the local boys’ and girls’ primary schools and improve the quality of life of the community’s children.

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Berlin, Germany - A seminar and playground painting project began in Berlin on March 13, 2009, with the theme Perspectives for Peace for the 21st Century.

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - The President of UPF-Malaysia, Tan Sri Zaleha Ismail, has been seeking ways to connect the young people of her country with the world. This led to the "Power of 10 Sen" campaign, which is collecting donations of coins help the children in Gaza.

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On January 21, 2009, a workshop about coordinating volunteer efforts for peace and development was held at the headquarters of the Universal Peace Federation in Tegucigalpa.

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Bogotá, Colombia - A festival took place on January 17, 2009 in a small area of Bogotá called Usme in collaboration with the Seed of Life Christian community and the Hera singing group, which is composed of six girls from a Catholic school.

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Various service activities and forums took place in northern Israel in December 2008.

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Manila, Philippines - Various environmental clean-up projects in neighborhoods and beaches of the Manila area in December 2008 promoted a “culture of service” and greater civic involvement.

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Manila, Philippines - “It completes me as a person and it helps the people to be aware of the great possibilities to realize peace in our country by doing these simple activities,” said Patrixia Santos, a pageant delegate from Bicol University. Delegates from the Mister and Miss University beauty pageant from 24 universities of the Philippines astonished residents of San Andres Barangay 704 as they offered a day of community service.

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New York, USA - The Supporting Success Scholarship Fund raised $11,000 through www.globalgiving.com in 2008 to help gifted students from poverty-stricken families in the community of Mackenzie, Zambia.

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Philippines - There’s a saying, “beauty is skin deep.” Well, the Mister and Miss University (MMU) beauty pageant is a contest that’s more than skin deep. On December 6, in fact, the pageant began to look inside the human heart to uncover the character, moral values and the depth of public-mindedness in each of the 46 candidates representing 24 colleges and universities throughout the Philippines.

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Marikina City, Philippines - Nearly 2,000 students cleaned, painted, fed children and the elderly, played games, and offered medical assistance on Dec. 6, 2008, in Marikina City.

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