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Songs for World Peace
Boston, Massachusetts
Marketing Strategy

Member since 2023-03-01

Session Overview

Hi, we are striving to sustain and grow the organization and seeking consultations in the areas of Marketing and Social Media Strategy. We would appreciate your insight into our existing social media platforms and operations, as well as your expertise in improving them. You will be highly valuable to us at this pivotal time as we aim to reach out to more audiences and prospective funders to increase our impact. Thank you and we look forward to connecting with you soon.


Nonprofit Overview

Songs for World Peace (SWP) is a global initiative that promotes world peace through the power of music in the honor of the United Nations’ International Day of Peace. Our mission is to release 190+ songs about world peace, written by global artists representing 190+ countries and performed in 70+ languages.

In 2020, musicians founded the SWP in response to the disruption of peace around the world due to global pandemics, wars, political differences, and mental health crisis, believing that music is an effective medium for bringing awareness of global issues and creating unity. Since its inception, SWP has released 90+ songs by 100+ artists from 80+ countries and reached audiences from 72 countries, including U.K. The project also has been covered by multiple press releases, including AP, PRLOG, TABI LABO, REUTERS, and Fox. Additionally, SWP has collaborated with partners to facilitate Peace Panel Discussion where global leaders, artists, and audiences exchange ideas and promote pathways to world peace.

As our initiative grows, SWP aims at reaching out to more than 80 countries. We target artists from missing countries, especially those in conflict-affected areas to include diverse perspectives toward world peace.


Social media strategy