Marathon runners
I wanted to support a charity that has peacebuilding at the heart of what they do and I'm proud to have raised money for such a fantastic and inspiring organisation.
Matt Cummins
Ran the Brighton marathon

• Physical challenge

Whether it’s running a marathon for peace, taking 10,000 steps a day for a month or cycling across the country. Why not challenge yourself and get friends and family to sponsor you via Virgin Money Giving

• Birthday fundraiser

Instead of gifts, why not set up a birthday fundraiser? It's easy to do via Virgin Money Giving, and you will be doing your bit to prevent violence and build peace around the world.

• Events

Coordinate a virtual quiz, host a summer garden party, organise a bake sale or put on a coffee morning. In-person or virtual events are fun as well as good fundraisers!

• Community fundraising

Promote peace by telling your church, community group or workplace about the work of Conciliation Resources and our partners around the world. Encourage friends and colleagues to support us.

• Get your fundraising pack

Looking for inspiration for how to raise money for Conciliation Resources? Download it here or email us at fcinfo@c-r.org with your name and address, and we'll send your pack in the mail.

We are grateful for contributions of all sizes – we can only continue to make peace possible thanks to people like you. 

Get in touch to discuss any fundraising ideas, get advice and support. You can also make a one-off donation or set up a regular gift online, or find out other ways to give.

Find out how we spend your money
 

Ways to give

There are a number of ways you can give a gift to help people impacted by conflict and violence to lead more peaceful lives.

Promote peace

Anyone can become a peace champion! Find out how you can spread the word and tell people why peacebuilding works.

Become a funding partner

With the number of conflicts on the rise, there has never been a more crucial time to fund peacebuilding. We rely on funding partnerships with a range of organisations to sustain our work.