Prevent conflict and build peace after coronavirus

Prevent conflict and build peace after coronavirus

Every donation from the 1st to the 8th December will be doubled through the Big Give Appeal!


The coronavirus outbreak has been challenging for everyone, but particularly for peacebuilders. Conflict didn’t stop as coronavirus spread, and their lifesaving work has never been more dangerous.

Please donate today to support our continued work to build peace.

Double my donation now!


Millions of lives have been lost to COVID-19 and families and communities have felt the pressure of isolation, economic hardship and rising tensions.

Our partners have shown us that no matter the circumstance, peace can be built with the right amount of support and determination. We can end violent conflict.

Help twice as many people build peace today!


Your donation is worth double

Next year looks set to pose more challenges to peacebuilding.

A gift to Peace Direct this festive season would have a real, lasting impact on the life of someone living in conflict. Donations received between 1st and 8th of December will be worth twice as much!

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Together we can support twice as many peacebuilders put a stop to violent conflict. Thank you.

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