Fundraise for Pagoda ProjectSupport the Earth Caravan Peace Pagoda to Light the Flame of Hope in Humankind!
Fundraise for Pagoda Project was successfully done on July 22nd, 2020.
Raised more than 120%! 🎉
Thank you for your support!🙏🙏🙏
Our aim is to …
Create a Flame of Hope monument that symbolizes human peace and connection!
The Earth Caravan is building a peace pagoda to light the Flame of Hope in the hearts of humankind!
The Flame of Hope is a sacred flame that was recently born in Japan, the country where hundreds of thousands of innocent men, women, and children were killed by the atomic bomb.
The goal of this project is to create a Pagoda Peace Park to act as a peace center and home of the Flame of Hope.
“Flame of Hope”
in all children’s heart!
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We want to create a sanctuary where the Flame can continue to burn forever with peace of mind. We want people to be able to visit the Flame of Hope at all times. And we want as many people as possible to experience the warmth and healing power of the Flame of Hope!
Help us create a peace center that keeps the Flame of Hope burning bright!
Thank you to all our donors, we have met our fundraising goal for this project. 🙏🙏🙏
Details About the Project
The future realized by the project
1. A place where you can visit the Flame of Hope
The Flame of Hope was born in Japan—the only country victimised by an atomic bomb. It will travel around the world, but it needs a home to come back to. Everybody will be welcome to visit the Flame of Hope at the Peace Pagoda Park.
If you wish, you can also take a part of the Flame with you. For example, you can plan a pilgrimage Shikoku with the Flame of Hope and pray in each place you pass. You can also pray to unite any sacred flame to join the Flame of Hope that burns in the pagoda.
2. The center for peace education
The Peace Pagoda Park will also be used to explain about the aftermath of the atomic bomb in Hiroshima, which is united in the Flame of Hope. Hibaku trees will also be planted in the park. The Hibaku tree is the only tree that survived the Nagasaki atomic bomb.
The Peace Pagoda Park will be a center of peace education where individuals can get acquainted with the history of the atomic bomb and the second world war as well as the current world situation and ongoing peace activities.