Pacific Peoples' Partnership

Pacific Peoples' Partnership Welcomes You!

Our mission is to support the aspirations of Pacific Islanders for peace, justice, environmental sustainability and development.  Pacific Peoples’ Partnership (aka PPP) is a registered charity in existence since 1975. We are the only Canadian NGO dedicated to the South Pacific, no other has North-South Indigenous linking so central to its mission.  We operate as guests within the unceded Lekwungen Territories.

Pacific arts and culture festival 2014
presented by Pacific Peoples' Partnership

Friday Sept 19 - 1-3:30pm
University of Victoria
CHANGEMAKERS SUMMIT 2.0: "Puppets, Performance, and Social Change"
Panel on arts for change in collaboration with Puppets for Peace
Free pizza lunch!

Saturday Sept 20 - 12-6pm
Centennial Square - Victoria BC
7th annual ONE WAVE celebration of Pacific cultures and stewardship
Esquimalt Singers and Dancers * Pearls of the South Pacific cultural dance
Janet Marie Rogers * Vibestreet Dance * Puppets for Peace * Rika Oceanscapes Art
Featuring – NGO displays - live interactive art - facepainting - storytelling - artisan & vendor village – installation art – puppets!

Contact us at if you would like more information or to find out about getting involved.  We are now seeking NGO partners to table, volunteers, and artist vendors.

Special thanks to our growing list of Supporters:  CRD Idea Grant, the Province of British Columbia, City of Victoria, CFUV, Famoso Pizzeria, Metropol, Rika Design, Downtown Victoria Greater Business Association, Centre for Asia-Pacific Initatives, 100.3 Q, Play in Victoria.

Join PPP and our partners in transforming conflict and empowering communities in West Papua

Building on over 28 years of commitment, PPP continues to work with our West Papua partners on initiatives that improve sustainable livelihoods and community health, protect human rights and promote gender equity.  This past fiscal with the help of Development and Peace, plus corporate donor LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics Canada and generous gifts from donors, together with our in country partners we are building five women cooperatives in Manokwari, West Papua, serving a network of over 2,000 West Papuan women!

Join PPP today and help us sustain this and other initiatives (downloadable brochure)

Donate now via secure on-line donations at 

Help us grow the Phil Esmonde Legacy Fund

Phil Esmonde 2

To honour the life of our first Executive Director Phil Esmonde (tenure 1981-1989) who shaped our organizational culture and programmes, and together with his family, many friends and colleagues, an endowment fund in Phil's name was established to provide support in perpetuity for PPP's objectives.   The PPP Esmonde Legacy Endowment currently holds over $20,000 in trust with the Victoria Foundation

This year we have a goal to raise an additional $5000 for the Fund.  Half of this has already been matched by an anonymous donor!  To contribute to the fund, please visit our Canada Helps page

We give thanks to the founding members of PPP Esmonde Legacy Endowment Fund and all who have contributed:

Kaushalya Esmonde, Alison & Peter Gardner, Margaret & Sandy Argue, the University of Victoria, The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers of Victoria), Les Obee Accounting, Mary Wynne Ashford, Susan & Rob Gage, Margie Parikh, Randall Garrison, Calvin Piggott, Murray Browne, Frances Tanner, John Moore, Jim Boutilier, Stuart Wulff, David Stanley, Roland Hodson, April Ingham, David Webster, Anonymous, and Jane & Arthur Brett.


Want to Learn More?  

Pacific Peoples’ Partnership held our last Annual General Meeting (AGM) on December 2nd, 2013 at 6:00 pm at Alcheringa Gallery.
Check out the proceedings:

AGM Reports
AGM Draft Minutes
Annual Audited Statements

Our Work and that of our Partners is sustained by our Member / Donors.  We encourage and welcome your ongoing support.

Join PPP today (downloadable brochure)

Donate to PPP: Donations can be mailed to our office at Suite 407, 620 View Street, Victoria British Columbia, V8W IJ6;
or via a secure on-line donation at:  

Please contact us if you are interested in receiving any additional information at


PPP gratefully acknowledges the financial support of
 all of our partners, including: Development & Peace, LUSH, Alcheringa Gallery,
the Province of British Columbia and the United Church of Canada

       D&P        LUSH

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