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Now is a pivotal time for the Peace Corps community.


We know that in a changed world, there’s tremendous work to do — here at home and in communities around the world. Last year, all Peace Corps Volunteers around the world were evacuated. But that’s not the end of the story. We’ve been supporting projects they started — such as a water and agricultural project Natalie Mango worked to develop with a community in The Gambia, and a literacy center at a school to promote gender equality that Cristal Ouedraogo developed with her community in Benin.

In the weeks ahead, we hope you’ll help us advance the mission and values of the Peace Corps by showing your support for National Peace Corps Association on Day of Giving, on November 30. With your generous support, we can engage more members of our Peace Corps community and increasingly be a powerful force for good.



What We Do

We uphold Peace Corps ideals and advance Peace Corps-inspired initiatives.
Nearly 240,000 strong, we are a powerful force for good.


Help Peace Corps be the best it can be.

Raise your voice in support of needed legislative
changes that affect returned and future Volunteers, and help retool Peace Corps for a changed world.


Empower yourself, other members, and groups.

Connect with Returned Volunteers from across generations and countries, and in cities, regions, and workplaces, as well as around causes that matter deeply to you — from environmental action to work with refugees.


Continue making the world a better place.

Support community-based projects that make global giving more efficient, transparent, and effective.

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