2012 Dropping Dimes for Peace: Pre-Party before the NCAA Tournament Championship game

A project of PeacePlayers International

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PPI's 2nd Annual Dropping Dimes for Peace Party in NYC will celebrate our work using basketball to bridge divides.

Pre-Party before the NCAA Tournament Championship Game

  • Monday, April 2, 2012 from 7-10pm

  • Tickets are $75 - Includes beer, wine, appetizers, silent auction and entertainment

  • Sponsorships begin at $250 and include tickets

  • 43 tickets still available

RSVP by March 30 by purchasing your tickets via the green "Make a Donation" taskbar to the right.

If you cannot attend but would like to make a donation to PPI, please fill in on the taskbar to the right the desired dollar amount in the text box labeled 'other.'

Questions? Contact Amy Selco:

202 408 5116 - aselco@peaceplayersintl.org.

PEACEPLAYERS INTERNATIONAL (PPI) is an innovative global non-profit organization that uses the game of basketball to unite and educate young people in divided communities worldwide including: Cyprus, Israel and the West Bank, Northern Ireland and South Africa.

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PeacePlayers International
901 New York Ave NW
Suite 550 E Washington, DC 20001

(202) 408-5111



PPI unites, educates and inspires young people in divided communities through basketball.

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