Andrew Ware goes the distance for Cord in Ride London

I thoroughly enjoyed taking part in Ride London for Cord. Even though it was an endurance ride, it was a great feeling of achievement completing the course in a little under 7 hours, all the more so knowing that every mile cycled was raising money to support the vulnerable women and men reached by Cord’s work. Remarkably, despite signing up quite late in the day and only having 5 weeks of training I survived this amazing but challenging experience and was able to walk pretty normally the next day! 

Andrew Ware

Many, many thanks to all the generous supporters who have contributed to fundraising efforts!

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Cord’s vision is a world where all people can live life to the full, in peace.
Peace means hope and healing for victims in safe and stable societies.
Peace means freedom, and people reaching their potential.
Help restore peace so that people can prosper.

Thailand countryside

Invitation to tender

Cord is inviting quotes from external auditors to perform an annual financial audit covering the funds Cord received from U.S. Federal awards, namely DRL awards.

Your overwhelming response to our Miracles of Reconciliation appeal 

You’ve raised an astonishing £21983.62 for our reconciliation work in Burundi. Thanks to match-funding from the European Union, this means £87934.48. We can’t thank you enough.
Keo Phongmany sitting at a table

Keo’s helping more people in Laos reach their potential 

Cord’s work with grassroots organisations in Laos is transforming lives like Keo’s. Now, he’s using the new skills he’s gained to help other people reach their potential. 
Sandrine in a group discussion
Lives changed
Sandrine’s life has been transformed with Cord’s support. Challenging prejudice towards Albino children means that she and other children can now live in peace in their Burundian community.