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So much money is spent on war. It’s time to invest in peace.

The Berghof Foundation is an independent, non-governmental organisation. For 50 years we have brought people together to create space for the transformation of conflicts towards sustainable peace.

Last year we worked on nearly 40 projects in regions marred by conflict and crisis.

Your support is an investment in peace.

When you donate to Berghof, you enable us to sustain and expand our work where it is most needed. Whether through a single donation or recurring contribution, your support gives peace a fighting chance.

We are regularly asked to engage in mediation, conduct trainings, or support efforts to build and foster peace around the world.

So far, the Berghof Foundation and its partners have only been able to secure funding for some of these activities. We want to do much more to enable sustainable peace – and with your support, we can.


Donations to the Berghof Foundation Operations gGmbH are tax-deductible in Germany. We are happy to send you a donation receipt by post upon request. (Please send us an email at the address listed below.)


Elisabeth Meyer
Strategic Partnerships Manager
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Berghof Foundation Operations gGmbH
Lindenstrasse 34
10969 Berlin, Germany


  • Workshop participants at Azraq refugee camp, Jordan.

    Impact Supporting Syrian refugees in Jordan

    Working with partners and refugees themselves, we organised trainings and activities that promote peace education, theatre and self-care for Syrian refugees in Jordan.

  • Video training in Banda Aceh, Indonesia.

    Impact Women’s agency in war and peace

    We provide support to women in resistance and liberation movements to enhance their inclusion in peace processes and political transitions.

  • Soccer game during a workshop at one of the model schools for peace education in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.

    Impact Engaging youth for peace in Germany

    We run projects that enable young people to recognise peace and nonviolence as important values in their lives.