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.

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

Millions of people face the threat of violence, being wrongly arrested, or mistreated. Countless communities suffer the impact of conflict which leads to poverty, division, and the denial of human rights. However, this doesn’t have to be the case. 

A monthly donation will help more communities look forward to a future free from fear. 

Around half of Cord’s supporters have a monthly Direct Debit or Standing Order. A huge thank you to you if you give in this way. 

A gift of just £4 a month would support our courageous partners working for human rights and justice under a brutal military regime in Myanmar. It would help more people in Burundi, like Pastor Claver, find healing from decades of trauma. It would mean investing in Women Environmental Defenders protecting homes and the habitat in Southeast Asia.  

Start your monthly donation online or call the office on 024 7708 7777.

Peace is possible. 

Please help create more stories of hope and healing by making a donation TODAY

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.

Forest living in Cambodia

The Cambodian mother peacefully protecting her forest home

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. 

Millions affected by Cyclone Mocha in Myanmar, including Cord’s partner

Cord has the privilege of partnering with some amazing organisations, including Wan Lark in Myanmar. Operating since 2010, Wan Lark’s work involves emergency relief, community development and defending human rights. They are based in Sittwe, the capital of Rakhine State. This port city on the Bay of Bengal at the mouth of the Kaladan River, ... Read more
Mr. Lo Duy Phan, 63 years old and married. He is leader of the patrol team. He enjoys his daily job and feels happy when protect the forest

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Mr. Lo Duy Phan lives in Ba Thuoc village, in the Thanh Hoa province in Vietnam. Like thousands of Indigenous people in Southeast Asia, Lo’s community live in fear. Illegal logging, deforestation and land-grabbing mean that they could lose their homes and ability to make a living. Would you like to hear more stories like ... Read more
Lives changed
Over 2 million tons of bombs were dropped on Laos during the Vietnam War. It’s one of the poorest countries in Southeast Asia and the communist authorities suppress free media, ethnic minorities and religious groups.