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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.

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For international transfers be sure to use the BIC/ SWIFT/ IBAN Code below:


BANK:  HSBC Hampstead Branch
CFOR Charitable Donations: 
Sort code: 400336
Account number: 91424777
IBAN: GB36HBUK40033691424777

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If you would like, please email us at 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:
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  • 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

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


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

    See other films here.


    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.)

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