Community Improvement, Capacity Building

Pangea World Community

  • Red Bluff, CA
  • www.RedBluffPark.org

Mission Statement

PWC is dedicated to the birth and development of the Universal Human Nation ? a planet-wide nation embracing all humanity and ushering in a nonviolent future through the peaceful convergence of diversity. As part of the growing new worldwide culture of nonviolence, PWC works to build awareness of nonviolence as the only viable path toward a peaceful future for all humanity. Carrying out educational activities at the local and regional levels, it supports all social, cultural and artistic developments that move through creative nonviolence toward a nonviolent culture of spiritual fulfillment and human unity. PWC promotes the following values and aspirations: ? The Golden Rule - treating others as you want to be treated ? Just resistance to all forms of violence ? The human being as the highest value ? Freedom of thought and belief ? Non-discrimination ? Respect for diversity ? Recognizing the sacred in everyday life ? Coherent living - thinking, feeling and acting in the same direction

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ruling year

2005

Principal Officer

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Mary Shaver Hobi

Keywords

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sacred,silo,world march,peace,nonviolence,nuclear disarmament,red bluff,spiritual,volunteer,humanist

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Also Known As

P.W.C.

EIN

71-0972454

Physical Address

13499 Highway 99 East

Red Bluff, CA 96080

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Community, Neighborhood Development, Improvement (S20)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Program 1

Red Bluff Park ? Maintenance and Development: PWC is dedicated to developing and maintaining Red Bluff Park as a sacred place for people of all backgrounds and beliefs to come together, to reflect, to interchange, and connect with the Profound. Red Bluff Park is one of five regional Parks of Silo's Message - the others, in different stages of development, are located in Argentina, Italy, India, and Egypt. The construction of the Parks is inspired by Silo's Message (www.silo.net), a message of peace and reconciliation in the spirit of Martin Luther King and Gandhi that invites all human beings to find meaning in life by looking deep within themselves and working to overcome pain and suffering in themselves and in those around them. Red Bluff Park serves the North American region, including Canada, Mexico, Central America and the United States, and is fully open to the public and available to all individuals and groups dedicated to nonviolence and nondiscrimination, to use as they see fit. Activities at Red Bluff Park ? PWC develops activities at the Park including charitable, cultural, literary and educational activities, as well as community ceremonies, meetings for study and experience, and other initiatives to further these goals. ? Red Bluff Park is fully open to the public for all activities promoting peace and reconciliation at the personal, interpersonal and community levels, both locally and regionally. ? The Red Bluff Park Community Room will be available to individuals and groups from the local and regional community. ? The Red Bluff Park website and calendar are available to facilitate scheduling and coordination of activities and events. See www.redbluffpark.org. World March for Peace and Nonviolence: PWC, Red Bluff Park and its sister parks around the world join forces with the international organization Mundo Sin Guerras/World Without Wars (www.mundosinguerras.org) to organize and set in motion the ?World March for Peace and Nonviolence.? Beginning in New Zealand on Gandhi?s birthday, October 2, 2009, the March will pass through every one of the six continents on its way to its destination at the Historic Park of Silo?s Message at Punta de Vacas near Mt. Aconcagua in the South American Andes on January 2, 2010. The guiding purpose of the March is to create awareness of the urgent need for peace and nuclear disarmament and the real possibility of nonviolence and converging diversity in resolving conflicts at all levels in today?s world. Educational Materials: PWC publishes educational materials, including pamphlets, books, videos, CDs, DVDs and other materials related to promoting human unity, respect for human rights, tolerance, nonviolence, and related issues. It makes these materials available free of charge or for a small donation.

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Pangea World Community

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Principal Officer

Mary Shaver Hobi

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Lifelong community organizer, activist for peace and entrepreneur.

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