Thank you for your Donation

We are now able to receive donations from the U.S. as well. Equivalency Determination (“ED”) was completed concluding that CFOR would be considered equivalent to a U.S. public charity. If you would like to receive a copy of this ED, please let us know.

 

Donate by Credit Card using Paypal

Choose currency

Enter amount

If you would like, please email us at admin@cfor.info after you have made the donation. We would love to hear from you and learn about your shared interest in our work. 
Let us know:
  • Your name
  • Would you like your donation to be anonymous or may we list your name?
  • Would you like to make a donation in honour of a particular person or purpose?
  • Would you like to receive an update/ report about how your contribution has made a difference?
  • Are you happy for CFOR to use the donation where we feel it is most needed?
  • Or would you like to choose a programme activity:
    • Rwanda
    • Zimbabwe
    • South Africa
    • Central and Eastern Europe 
    • Balkans
    • London / UK 
    • Dynamics of Racism: Processing the history and perpetuation of racism in the UK and internationally 
    • Documentation: Linking our work with the wider fields of peace-building, genocide prevention  and transitional justice 
  • Anything more you might  like to share with us about yourself!

Thank you once again,
Arlene and Jean-Claude, Co-founders

Celebrating Jean-Claude’s life

CFOR is an NGO and UK registered charity

Please donate here and go to our programme description here. We welcome and appreciate your support!
Registered Charity: 1148661
Privacy policy

Newsletter

Read our newsletter.
Sign up!

Upcoming Training Courses

Please contact admin@cfor.info for our current programme or any questions.

Events and News

Reports

See Rwanda Report from our Community Facilitators 2019-2020 here.

Films

Stopping the World: Worldwork in Rwanda ‘The Interpreters Experience’

See other films here.

Publications

Article: ‘Contribution of worldwork methodology for violence prevention and community recovery after mass violence: An example from Rwanda’, in Psychotherapy and Politics International, John Wiley and Sons. (You can see our publications here.)

Our Partners: