The Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East (FRRME) is registered with The Charity Commission for England and Wales. Our charity number is 1133576. Please explore this website to find out more about our work.

What we do

We provide emergency aid to Christians and other persecuted groups in Iraq, as well as thousands of Iraqi Christians who have fled to Jordan to escape the violence. In addition to spiritual support we provide food, medicine and shelter. We work with partners on the ground, including churches, other NGOs and the UN, to ensure that aid reaches the most vulnerable. Through relief, we aim to bring reconciliation to the broken parts of the Middle East.

We have been blessed with the precious support of our partners and donors this year, enabling us to continue to relieve suffering, poverty and distress at a time of severe sectarian conflict in Iraq. We continue to have a highly respected reputation as a responsive and accountable Christian NGO, whose work on the ground makes a significant and positive impact. Our hope is that our work continues to support the persecuted church in Iraq, and helps build social cohesion and trust between communities that have been driven apart by war.

If you would like to find out more about us, please explore this website. If you would like to make a donation, you can do so by clicking here.

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Statement from the FRRME Board of Trustees regarding the resignation of Canon Andrew White

It is with reluctance that the Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East (FRRME) has accepted the resignation of president and trustee, the Reverend Canon Andrew White. Canon White tendered his resignation due to his state of health and inability to continue his duties. Both FRRME and the American Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East (FRRME America) are committed to carrying out the humanitarian assistance and reconciliation efforts underway in the region. Together, FRRME and FRRME America fund and oversee a free medical and dental clinic in Baghdad, relief efforts in Iraqi Kurdistan providing food, shelter, healthcare and education to thousands of displaced persons, and relief efforts in Jordan and elsewhere in the Middle East, providing food and clothing vouchers, rent assistance, healthcare and education. FRRME America has partnered with Catholic University Erbil to provide university education to displaced persons. FRRME Chairman David Harland said, “Canon Andrew White has been a towering figure in the Middle East for nearly 20 years, and we are indebted to his extraordinary vision, courage and hard work on behalf of the persecuted and downtrodden. We wish him the very best.” FRRME America Chairman Scott Rye said, “The work of FRRME and FRRME America has grown exponentially in the last two years since the rise of the so-called Islamic State. The need is greater than ever. Thanks to Canon White’s early work in the region, the foundations were in place to provide much-needed assistance.” With the continued support of donors and friends, FRRME and FRRME America will continue to provide life-saving assistance, healthcare and education to those who have been marginalized by war and poverty. The Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East is a UK-registered charity founded in 2005. The American Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East was formed as a 501(c)(3) corporation in 2009.


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A FUNDRAISING CONCERT & TRIBUTE TO EVA COHN

Eva, a beloved member of St James’s Church passed away peacefully on 3rd May 2017. She will be remembered by many for her positive character, her boundless energy, her extraordinary love for others and her rock steady faith in Jesus Christ.

Eva was a passionate supporter of The Foundation for Relief & Reconciliation in The Middle East (FRRME) and before she died, Eva had begun to plan an evening of musical entertainment to raise funds for FRRME. When in hospital she requested that this event continue as planned.

The celebration of Eva's life entitled the 'Joy of Sound' took place last Saturday 17th June 2017 at St James’s Church, Ferndale, Tunbridge Wells. Our Office Manager Fiona was delighted to be able to contribute a presentation about FRRME’s work and a short film on our work at St George’s Clinic, Baghdad, run by a multi faith staff. Those attending Eva’s celebration of life event raised over £950, which we at FRRME are very thankful for, and a fitting tribute to Eva and her love of reconciliation. If you would like a speaker from FRRME to give a presentation on our work, please contact office@frrme.org.
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