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Yes We Can Peacebuilders is dedicated to the education of individuals and communities on the path to nonviolence so as to inspire and engage people to make nonviolent living a part of their everyday lives.


We envision a culture of peace in a community that fosters respect for all individuals, collaborating to eliminate economic discrimination, poverty, homelessness, racial and sexual discrimination, stereotyping, harassment, bullying, gangs, killing, war, and environmental degradation.

On the Air Podcast
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On The Air Podcast - In December 2017 Bobby DeLancelotti established the Estero Bay Kindness Coalition to serve children in schools who most vulnerable due to food insecurity. Working through the school system he was able to find the nearly 70% of children going to Del Mar Grammar School in Morro Bay that were living at or below the poverty line. Forming partnerships with other non-profits, for profits, churches, and schools he began the Got Your Back food program that supplied nutritional food for kids on weekends when they did not have the benefit of the school lunch program. The foods were packed into backpacks that were discreetly delivered to the kids to take home. After one year, eight schools participated. A sponsorship program was established whereby donors can sponsor a child for as little as $20 a week, $40 a month or $380 for a school year. Another program began when the pandemic hit and the schools closed. Bags of Love was then created and food was delivered to the homes of needy families. Bags of Love delivers two bags of protein rich meals, snacks, and fruit and a bag of fresh produce weekly. Bobby's wife Denise began Sunshine and Seed a Kids Clothing Collective where kids and their families can come to obtain free clothes. This program offers new underwear, socks, and pajamas and gently used outerwear. The Estero Bay Kindness Coalition now serves over 170 families with their food and clothing programs. Click on the photo to access the podcast.


It Starts With the Will to Make a Difference

A Peace Proclamation for Morro Bay, CA


On September 11, 2018,Yes We Can Peacebuilders accepted a proclamation of peace and nonviolence from the mayor and city council of Morro Bay, California establishing Morro Bay as a Nonviolent City. In September 2022 a second peace proclamation from the current mayor and city council was accepted by Peacebuilders strengthening the City of Morro Bay's dedication to peace and nonviolence through the Nonviolent City Project. The Nonviolent City Project is a grassroots movement that organizes strategy for activists to work for the transformation of their community into a peaceful, nonviolent city. This is a shift in consciousness to work holistically with every sector of the city to establish a culture of peace.

International Peace Day
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Every year we join with national and international groups to celebrate International Peace Day.  In 2022 we brought nonviolence education to five youth groups and gathered around the Peace Pole to rededicate the Morro Bay Peace Proclamation. Here youngsters from Children's Center preschool join hands around the peace pole.


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Workshops and Talk Around the Table discussion groups are offered on the Central Coast of California. Click on the picture to go to the Workshops and Training Page.

Yes We Can Peacebuilders imparts nonviolent principles as related by Mohandas Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr.  Please check out our page SATYA to read our monthly newsletters.


For more information on nonviolence study workshops and discussion groups email

Yes We Can Peacebuilders supports social justice and humanitarian organizations in nonviolence actions.

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