Below is a selected list of endorsements for the Nobel Peace Laureate Project.

Learn how you can endorse and contribute to this project by clicking here to view the Volunteer/Contribute Webpage.

American Winners of the Nobel Peace Prize:

Norman Borlaug — 1970
Elie Wiesel — 1986
Jody Williams — 1997


City Club of Eugene
Community Alliance of Lane County
Convention and Visitors Association of Lane County (CVALCO)
Eugene Mennonite Church
Eugene Chapter, NAACP
Eugene Family YMCA
Eugene Tree Foundation
Eugene Weekly
First Christian Church
First Congregational United Church of Christ
First United Methodist Church
Fox News - KLSR TV
Friendly Neighbors for Peace Unitarian - Universalist Church
Holden Center – Service and Learning Program
Lane Arts Council
Lane Interfaith Alliance
Peace Village School
Rotary Community Projects Committee
Sons of Norway
Springfield High School - Human Rights Alliance
Wayne Morse Historical Park National Assn. of Social Workers Oregon Chapter
Wellsprings Friends School

Public Officials and Agencies:

Eugene City Council
Phil Barnhart, State Representative
Ruth Bascom, former Mayor of Eugene
Terry Beyer, State Representative
Peter DeFazio, U. S. Congressman
Ava Helen and Linus Pauling Papers, Oregon State University
Paul Holvey, State Representative
David Kelly, former Eugene City Councilman
Tom Lininger, Law professor and former Lane County Supervisor
Robert Matada & Rosa Sakanishi
Jeff Miller, former Mayor of Eugene & Chair Eugene Chamber of Commerce
Bill Morrisette, State Senator
Nancy Nathanson, State Representative
Kitty Piercy, Mayor of Eugene
Peter Sorenson, Lane County Commissioner
Jim Torrey, former Mayor of Eugene
Vicki Walker, State Senator

Other forms of support from Public Agencies and Organizations:

• The 2+ acre site for Eugene’s and the Nation’s “first ever” Nobel Peace Park has been made available by the Parks and Open Space Division of the City of Eugene.

• Lane Educational Service District members have been instrumental in lining up teachers to develop the educational portion of the NPLP now available online at our website.

• Over $200,000 of contributions as well as in-kind donations of materials, labor and expert consultation.