The Mission of The Embracing Project is to promote Peace and Global Consciousness through the development of programs that enrich the lives of children, youth, and families around the world.

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Our Vision

The Embracing Project (TEP) is a non-profit organization formed in 2007 to help build unity among young people from around the world who have suffered from violence, using their experiences as a way to heal each other. We provide our youth with the tools to understand that every person in the world is equal, regardless of their race, ethnicity, color, neighborhood, faith, culture, gender, or sexual orientation. Our two main areas are serving survivors of sex trafficking and youth involve in gangs to teach them the similarities between gangs and genocide. We provide opportunities for both groups to be in service and participate in humanitarian projects that TEP has in Liberia.

 

Special Events This Month
The Center 4 Peace Grand Opening
March 20th 2pm-6pm
Come to The Center 4 Peace that have come together to make this vision a reality and learn about what you can do to support this unique initiative to serve youth affected by violence in our city.

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The Peace Hike
March 22nd 9am-12:30pm
Join us for a hike to The Goddess Temple at Indian Springs.

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Review Journal Links:

‘Survival sex’ continues abuse cycle

Embracing change: Nonprofit shows youths genocide’s effects to help curb gang influence

Legends of Basketball:

NBRPA Q&A: Mike Brown is making a difference

TV:

Report: Nevada Top 10 in Gang Members