• CREATING OPPORTUNITY FOR CHILDREN IN EL SALVADOR

    COAR Peace Mission provides full financial support for the COAR Children’s Village and other projects committed to assisting Salvadoran children who are displaced or are victims of poverty, drugs, and gang violence.

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COAR Peace Mission strives to be the tangible and real expression of the Gospel to promote justice, community and peace in El Salvador through the support of effective programs in health, education and welfare which assist children and others, not only to develop their full human potential but also to contribute to the betterment of the world in which they live.

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Coar Village

COAR Children’s Village

This secure peace of land is a safe heaven for children without a family to care for them properly.

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Your Support

The majority of donations contribute to the overall expense of the COAR Children’s Village and it’s special needs

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Special Project

Sponsor a Child

Connect with a child living in the COAR Children’s Village.Receive regular letters and updates from a child.

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Annual Benefits

Annual Benefit

Connect with the COAR Peace Mission community in Cleveland by attending or supporting our Annual Benefit each October

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Your support will contribute to the daily operations of the COAR Children’s Village.  Help us provide hope for at-risk children in El Salvador.

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The Sant'Egidio community in El Salvador joins in solidarity with COAR & peace

The Sant'Egidio community in El Salvador joins in solidarity with COAR & peace

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New Era:  Salvadoran Charities Begin to Donate to COAR

New Era: Salvadoran Charities Begin to Donate to COAR

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Maybe Some Justice for the 4 Church Women?

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COAR RETURNS TO ITS ROOTS: Sustainable Farming

During the WAR years, COAR had as many as 6 fulltime farmers on staff who tended our fields. Althoug[...]

The Sant'Egidio community in El Salvador joins in solidarity with COAR & peace

In the late fall of 2014, the Community Sant’Egidio in El Salvador reached out to COAR for the first time. […]

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New Era: Salvadoran Charities Begin to Donate to COAR

In the early 1980s, out of the violence and pain of the civil war, Father Ken opened his parish church […]

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Maybe Some Justice for the 4 Church Women?

At 1230pm on Wednesday, April 8th, 2015, former Salvadoran General Carlos Vides Casanova, walked onto the tarmac at the Comalapa […]

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