Donors & Donations

Best Evidence That COAR Is Respected: Growing Salvadoran Collaboration

Given the long history of distrust & struggle in El Salvador, the historic lack of transparency, the limited income tax system and frankly the war – El Salvador does not have a very rich tradition of domestic charitable cash giving.  The country simply never developed a habit of major and widespread (cash) philanthropy.  People simply …

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Sponsors Visit COAR & Teach English in the High School

A group of wonderful parishioners from St. Rita Parish, Ohio, traveled to El Salvador to visit their projects in the mountaintop town of Teotepeque and spent one morning teaching English at the COAR high school and visiting with the COAR children.  The day began by teaching four sections of high school English.  But, this was …

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Salvadoran Businesses Donate Supplies & Encourage Employees to Volunteer @ COAR

   For most US-based international charities, it is always our hope that faith and trust in the project can lead to the genesis of local-born support for the charity.  The Board at COAR Peace Mission has always hoped that we could lead by example and one day build a volunteer or donor base within El …

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COAR opens its own Art, Music and Play Therapy Center thanks to a generous Salvadoran Donor

When the Salvadoran Civil War was ravaging the country, destroying families and generating countless widows and orphans daily, our Founder, Father Ken, was focused on sheltering, protecting, feeding and clothing the growing mass of war-orphaned Salvadoran children.  There was one clear over-arching goal:  protect the children so that they could survive the war. 35 years …

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