Get To Know Us Partner Primer

We help people create peace of mind.

10 years ago we started PeaceLove with the dream of helping people feel better through creativity. Our purpose is to empower people to express what’s going on inside, to access creative tools to improve mental wellbeing, and to find peace of mind and love for self.

To date, we have equipped over 150 frontline professionals with PeaceLove programs. We train these CREATORS to teach creative expression as a wellness habit, just like you’d teach someone to practice yoga or use a journal. Then, they’re able to offer ongoing workshops in their communities where they help people explore visual arts, storytelling, sound, and movement as tools that make it easier to talk about and support each other’s mental health. These workshops help people understand that being vulnerable is valuable.

Thanks to our growing family of CREATORS, over 75,000 people have been introduced to this life-changing tool – creativity as a means of creating peace in their minds and lives. When we share our art, we tell our story. We build community, we build safe space, and we create meaningful conversations around mental health.

Help us bring PeaceLove to every community. Help us to spread mental health options that are open to everyone. Together, we can harness the power of creativity and storytelling to give millions of people the tools to feel better.

-Matt and Jeff, Co-Founders

Get To Know Us

Below you can find some of our most recent projects and press. We hope these links give you some insight into the PeaceLove approach and philosophy.

Art Kit

This art kit promotes mental health by teaching how to use creativity as a way to express yourself, share your story, and find peace of mind. It is designed for both individual and group use with a wide range of age and ability levels. Each activity is tailored to address a different emotional need, such as “Calm,” “Connection,” and “Understanding.” There is a companion site with enhanced materials available; however, users without internet access will still receive all the benefits of the activities.


  • Guidebook with introduction to PeaceLove’s mental health approach and instructions for each expressive arts activity
  • Fine tip markers
  • Colored pencils
  • Stickers
  • Ink pad
  • Pieces for expressive arts activities
  • Access to additional resources
  • PLUS: Add-on activities available


  • Johnson & Johnson the world’s largest and most broadly based healthcare company, is looking to provide basic mental health tools to people around the world, particularly youth.
  • Global Shapers, a network of young people driving dialogue, action and change, is our pilot partner for a training program that will equip leaders with tools and directions to bring the Art Kit and expressive arts experiences to their communities.