Peace Postcards and Louisville Peace Works
What is a Peace Postcard?
It is a postcard that you can decorate in any way you want, to show the world what you think peace looks like. Draw, paint, sketch, make a collage, or do whatever you want to the postcard to show what peace means to you.
What happens after I make my Peace Postcard?
Mail your postcard to Peace Postcards. We will display your Peace Postcard in our POSTCARD GALLERY so the World can see your vision of peace. Some cards received will be shown in an exhibit at the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, Kentucky.
How do I get a Peace Postcard so I can decorate it?
You can do any of the following:
1. Write us at the following address:
P.O. Box 8025
Louisville, KY 40257-8025
2. Use the postcard template on this Web site and make your own.
3. Use a postcard you already have or make your own.
What is Peace Postcards?
It is a project of Interfaith Paths to Peace in the city of Louisville, Kentucky. Interfaith Paths to Peace is devoted to making the community, nation and world more peaceful by bringing people of different religions together to promote interfaith understanding. It is not related to any specific religion or religious organization or entity, and is non-partisan. Peace Postcards is located in the city of Louisville in the State of Kentucky, in the United States of America.
More about Peace Postcards
Peace postcards are being distributed around the world to people of all ages. We hope that making a postcard helps everyone involved see and develop his or her own vision of peace.
Peace Postcards are self-addressed and only require first-class postage. Schools and classes have bundled multiple postcards in an envelope or parcel to reduce postage costs.
Postcards are posted on this site. Some cards received will be shown in an exhibit at the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, Kentucky. We will post additional information about the exhibition on this site as the details become available.
Protecting your privacy
Peace Postcards will never sell, lease, or rent any personal information, including your e-mail address or any other contact information, to any individual, organization or entity.
You can add your name and address to your postcard to show its origin. We recommend providing a general location only, such as any combination of the village, town, city, state, province, region, and country where you live.
Peace Postcards cannot return any submissions and reserves the right not to display submissions.