The USPC Peace Education Fund is affiliated with the U.S. Peace Council, a member organization of the World Peace Council.  All three organizations share the far-left goal of dismantling all United States foreign military bases and U.S. withdrawal from NATO.  The fund’s principal officer is longtime Communist activist Alfred L. Marder, the president of the United States Peace Council.   
USPC Education Fund
The USPC Education Fund states its mission as educating the public on preserving and protecting the peace through educational outreach programs where it promotes the viewpoints shared with the US Peace Council. Those principles include prohibiting weapons of mass destruction, abolition of all foreign military bases, universal disarmament under effective international control, elimination of colonialism, negotiations instead of the use of force and non-interference in the internal affairs of nations. 
Alfred Marder leads US Peace Education Fund. He is a longtime Communist, reportedly joining the Communist Party in 1938.  Marder has received numerous awards and recognitions from Communist Parties and Communist-aligned organizations: He received the Medal of Peace from the extreme-left Cuban Movimiento Por La Paz which ardently supports the current Marxist-Leninist Cuban government.  Marder is a Vice President of the World Peace Council, an international far-left convening which the U.S. government considered controlled by the Soviet Union as part of Soviet “active measures” propaganda during the Cold War.  World Peace Council executive secretary Iraklis Tsavdaridis honored Marder as “Comrade Alfred Marder” at a 2019 conference. 
Henry Lowendorf is the treasurer of the USPC Education Fund and also a member of the executive committee of the US Peace Council. Lowendorf is on record with Marder as supporting the Connecticut Communist Party and has written for the Communist-aligned website People’s World.  His writings on the communist website defended Russian dictator Vladimir Putin while accusing the United States and the Obama administration of a hawkish stance towards Russia.  Lowendorf also called for NATO’s dissolution at a 2010 protest of a NATO alliance meeting. 
Coalition Against U.S. Foreign Military Bases
The USPC Education Fund, leader Al Marder, and supporter Medea Benjamin of Code Pink, support and participate in the Coalition Against U.S. Foreign Military Bases. The coalition’s philosophy extends beyond their name to viewing these bases, including aircraft carriers, as instruments of imperialism, global domination and environmental damage which all lead to wars and occupation.