The Mango Singing Tree of Peace Goes to Pakistan

On Jan. 22, Lynn Chittick, founder of the Torch Family, left for Pakistan to bring programs in Peace, Health, Environment and Technology. She had the first Mango Singing Tree of Peace Kit tucked in her suitcase. After 17 hours in the immigration office, she received a visa and has begun her program.

Leaves and Birds with images of Peace will be added by children and adults in Pakistan.

The Princess of Hope in the bottom right of the painting is a rock formation in Pakistan.

Partnering with Torch

Unity Through Creativity (UTC) is partnering with a wholistic Peace organization called the Torch Family to bring the Singing Tree Project to other countries. TORCH’s concept of four pillars of – Peace, Health, Environment and Technology – reflects Unity Through Creativity’s mission to unite people through creativity, collaboration and communication. 

To kick off the New Year, UTC will be sponsoring a fundraiser for an educational exchange between children in Marin County, CA and Sindh, Pakistan on Jan. 12, 2020 at Urban Remedy in San Rafael. Torch’s program in Pakistan will be focused on Eco-inspired Living, Organic Farming, Heirloom Seeds and Collaborative Art with the Singing Tree Project.