Service For Peace

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Service For Peace (SFP) is a non-profit organization, founded in 2002 by the Unification Church leader Sun Myung Moon, to give opportunities to young people who wish to better themselves and their communities. As of April 2007, the organization had established chapters in North America, Central America, Caribbean, Europe, Asia, Africa and Oceania. SFP is active in communities and statewide. Colleges have recruited Service for Peace Campus Corps to benefit their fellow peers as well as the communities around them.[1][2] Some SFP chapters have smaller initiatives designed to meet local needs. In the USA, Service For Peace's Backpack Angel program supports students throughout Kentucky by providing backpacks and school supplies for children in need.[3]


  1. ^ "Our history". Service For Peace. Retrieved 28 May 2015. 
  2. ^ Wetzstein, Cheryl. "Rev. Moon, Times founder, dies at 92". The Washington Times. Retrieved 28 May 2015. Rev. Moon also founded numerous international, interfaith service groups, such as the International Relief Friendship Foundation, Religious Youth Service and Service for Peace, and sponsored thousands of conferences on world peace, family and interfaith issues. 
  3. ^ Thomas, Matthew. "Backpack Angel Program Preparing for next School Year." WLKY. WLKY, 17 May 2014. Web. 16 April 2015. <>.

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