The mission of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation is “to educate and train people of all ages and backgrounds to solve the most dangerous technological, social, and psychological issues of our time, and to survive and thrive in the 21st century.” We offer many different programs that all contribute toward the fulfillment of our mission.
Our Peace Literacy Program offers unique content applicable to people from all walks of life.
NAPF offers numerous online and print resources to learn more about nuclear weapons and peace. Click here for more information.
NAPF organizes many public events in Santa Barbara and other locations each year, including the Evening for Peace, the Frank K. Kelly Lecture on Humanity’s Future, Sadako Peace Day and more.
NAPF holds two contests each year: the Swackhamer Disarmament Video Contest and the Barbara Mandigo Kelly Peace Poetry Awards. Information on current contests, along with past winners, can be found at www.peacecontests.org.