Supporter stories

Judith’s legacy of peace: “I’ve decided to leave a gift in my Will because Cord is part of me”

Judith has decided to leave a gift in her Will to Cord. This continues a journey which began with a simple newspaper article. It has blossomed into a lifelong commitment to making the world a better, more peaceful place.

Taking steps to make peace possible 

Cord’s Head of Operations, Katia Richardson, embarked on a very long sponsored walk to celebrate her 40th birthday and raise money for projects that are building peace around the world.

Give a monthly donation and build peace 

Start a monthly donation so that more people can live in peace and live life to the full.

Peace Partners 

We’re so excited by the number of churches who partner with us for peace – thank you so much!

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.

The impact of your support 

Your prayers and donations have such a significant and life-changing effect. Thank you for your wonderful support which enables us to build peace with those living in some of the world’s most challenging situations.  

Hope and healing in Burundi’s most remote communities 

Over the summer months you raised an amazing £12,200 towards a brand-new vehicle for our Burundi team.

The phenomenal 84-year-old fundraiser 

Gordon Taylor has been using his creative skills to fundraise for us for decades. He shows no signs of stopping, despite reaching his mid-80s.  

Pedalling for peace 

Robin Greenwood is getting on his bike to raise money for Cord! Robin will cycle an amazing 100 miles as part of this year’s RideLondon event.

Wolfe on the run 

We’re absolutely delighted that Andy Wolfe is running the London Marathon for Cord this year.
Forest living in Cambodia
Lives changed
One courageous woman is protecting the forest where she lives in Cambodia. She’s ensuring that future generations can live in peace in this beautiful habitat.