Since 1961 more than 215,000 Americans have served in communities overseas. Many returned home wishing they could do more.
For the last 29 years, the Returned Peace Corps Volunteers in Madison, Wisconsin, have produced the International Calendar, featuring countries where volunteers have served. Net proceeds from International Calendar sales--more than $1 million since 1988--have been donated to community projects around the world.
The work done by volunteers while in-country and the local projects made possible by calendar sales have immeasurable value. You can be part of the action--and benefit your own group projects at the same time--by ordering International Calendars and our new notecards for your next fundraiser.
Thank you for your support!
The we all Posters were created by the RPCVs of Madison to draw attention to global commonalities. They are sought after by schools, libraries, and community centers for display and educational outreach.
The posters feature photos taken in more than 64 different countries where Peace Corps volunteers have served since Peace Corps' beginning in 1961. Started with photos that first appeared in the International Calendar, each poster has an image from each continent where Peace Corps has served, and includes photos of gender, race, and age relationships.
Explore this website to find out more about purchasing these posters, other teaching resources, and grant applications.
The Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Wisconsin-Madison is a group of RPCVs and other individuals who promote Peace Corps ideals by:
We invite you to get involved and explore the many ways that we accomplish those ideals. Join the group!
We are a member of the National Peace Corps Association (NPCA).