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Ecumenical Coordination of Services Charity Profile
CESE (Ecumenical Coordination of Services) was founded in 1973, to help assert the rights and meet the needs of people in the poorest sectors of Brazilian society. It was created by the founding churches as an ecumenical organization committed to Christian unity; to justice, peace and the integrity of creation; and to affirm life in dialogue and cooperation with people of other faiths including indigenous and Afro-Brazilian.
Ecumenical Coordination of Services Donation Information
The Committee is a philanthropic organization that depends on resources of local campaigns, national and support of churches and agencies of international cooperation to support their activities. With the challenges of current reality to guarantee its financial sustainability, the Committee is seeking to diversify its revenue sources.