• Programmatic Partners

We understand that a solution will always be found by those closest to the problem. That is why we identify and invest in local grassroots organizations who work at home in their communities to bring about change.

Our strategic programmatic partners include:

St Luke programs combine Haitian leadership with international partnership, creating lasting solutions to the most pressing challenges facing Haiti.

St Luke provides healthcare, education, and dignified humanitarian outreach to the least served populations of Haiti, with programs that employ more than 1,000 Haitian staff members. Since the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, APJ and St Luke have invested together to create the Academy for Peace and Justice. The Academy now provides over 3,500 youth annually with secondary education.

Born out of a film festival in 2006 in the town of Jacmel on Haiti’s southern coast, Artists Institute is an ever evolving community organization focused on empowering Haitian youth through training and growth in local creative industries. It sits on a magnificent five acre campus overlooking the Caribbean ocean, has divisions in film production, audio engineering and music production and is frequent collaborator with visiting international artists and productions of all kinds.

Iqra Fund provides access to quality education for children, especially girls, in the most remote tribal regions of Pakistan. Iqra Fund partners with remote tribal communities to provide access to quality education. Their work results in a growing population of educated girls and empowered communities, ultimately serving as a foundation for a thriving and more peaceful nation.

Hope North is a school, a home, and a promise.

Artist and former child soldier Okello Sam founded Hope North in 1998 to provide education and a chance at salvation for those left in the wake of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA). Hope North is an accredited secondary school, located on a 40-acre campus with an international art center, vocational training, and a working farm, staffed by 26 dedicated Ugandan educators. To date, the school has helped thousands of vulnerable youth. To learn more about Hope North visit

All Hands and Hearts Fund, formerly the Happy Hearts Fund, rebuilds safe, resilient schools in areas impacted by natural disasters. They work when children are most likely to be forgotten—during the gap period after emergency response is complete—to bring hope and empowerment to generations of children and entire communities. The APJ / All Hands and Hearts partnership in Peru provides secondary education scholarships to young women from Divino Niño Jesús de Pueblo Nuevo in Chincha and from Santa Rosa de Los Molinos in Ica.


We believe in 100% impact

Artists for Peace and Justice is proud to follow a 100% policy: every single penny donated by the general public goes directly to our programs.

How do we do this?
We have committed brand partners whose annual financial support pays for our administrative and fundraising costs.


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