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Cyclone Idai emergency appeal

Cyclone Idai emergency appeal

Please help get emergency aid to survivors of Cyclone Idai in Zimbabwe.

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Ration Challenge 2019

Ration Challenge 2019

Eat the same rations as a refugee for one week and show refugees we’re with them, not against them.

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Gifts for Peace

Gifts for Peace

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By giving a monthly gift, you are helping to bring safety, justice and dignity to people around the world suffering from conflict and natural disasters.

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What We do

We believe that when people all over the world work together, big changes really are possible. We’re passionate about building a better world. And that’s why we've made it our mission to act in partnership with other passionate people, like you, across the globe to achieve safety, justice and dignity in communities threatened by conflict and natural disaster. We don’t think there is any task more important. Thank you for joining us.

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When people across the world come together and take action, huge changes are possible. So, whether you campaign, fundraise, donate or volunteer, you’ll be joining thousands of others who want to help build a better world. Get involved now

Committed to safety

Act for Peace is appalled at the recent allegations of sexual misconduct by some humanitarian workers. Whilst one event of abuse is one too many, we believe it is important to remember that the vast majority of aid workers are incredibly caring, committed people who are dedicated to the communities they serve.

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Gifts for peace

For any occasion that calls for a meaningful gift, why not give a gift that will help rebuild lives?

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