Contact Us

Information, brigades, donations, sales

Abby Silver
US Director
PO Box 2214
Boulder CO 80306
303.442.1253
abby@pottersforpeace.org

Ceramic water filter Information

Kaira Wagoner
Coordinator of Ceramic Water Filter Projects
706 Northridge
Greensboro, NC 27403
pottersforpeace@gmail.com

Nicaraguan director

Robert Pillers
Ceramistas Por la Paz
Managua, Nicaragua
Tel. (011) (505) 8971-8827
robert@pottersforpeace.org

9 Comments

  1. Dr. Richard Paat on

    Hi. I’m interested in starting up a ceramic water filter project in San Lucas Toliman,Guatemala where I’ve been bringing medical teams for the last 15 years. I buy and distribute the same filters in Honduras, Haiti, and Tanzania during my yearly missions there. I have a coordinator that knows of a local potter in San Lucas and have raised about $8000 for the project so far. Please contact me to see how to implement such a program and thanks for all that you do.

  2. saleh Maalim on

    Dear Sir/Madam,
    Thanks for good work on safe water for poor communities.
    Kindly let me know how long it takes for pottersforpeace to respond to emails inquiring on start up of ceramic Water Filter Projects

    Thanks
    Saleh Maalim
    Nomadic Agenda for pastoralist Development-Mandera Kenya

  3. saleh Maalim on

    Dear Sir/Madam,
    Thanks for good work on safe water for poor communities.
    Kindly let me know how long it takes for pottersforpeace to respond to emails inquiring on start up of ceramic Water Filter Projects

    Thanks
    Saleh Maalim
    Nomadic Agenda for pastoralist Development-Mandera Kenya

  4. NameTjivekumba kandjii on

    Hi there fellow peace makers
    I love what you are doing for planet earth and its inhabitants, I contact your organization for further collaborations.
    thanks

  5. Name judi marshall on

    I am trying to get an electric kiln in Honduras to teach people in a small village how to use their local clay. Do you sell and ship electric kilns to Honduras? We have tried to build a fire kiln but have been unable to get it hot enough. Any help you can give us would be greatly appreciated. The village we have been assisting does not have a mailing address and mail service is not reliable. HELP!!!

    • Patty Osborne on

      The potters we work with use wood to fire their pots as electricity is unreliable and expensive. Any flammable material will work, including wood, rice husks, cow dung.

  6. Lee Bernstein on

    Greetings! Robert and Beverly Pillers are dear friends of my husband and me. We were with them recently, and during our visit, I became inspired to help raise money for Potters for Peace. I learned that I can donate through purchases made through Amazon.com, which I now do.

    I researched some more, and I when I learned that I can also promote Potters for Peace and donate money through eBay auctions, I became even more excited.

    This post is not to promote my auctions, so I’m not going to go into detail about them, however, I love that when I sell something on eBay, I can put a spotlight on Potters for Peace and donate some (or all) of the proceeds.

    I wanted to post this to, perhaps, inspire others to do the same — such an easy and fun way to give! And it feels good.

    Best wishes,
    Lee

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