"The Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East (FRRME) is a non-profit organisation and a registered UK charity that promotes and develops conflict resolution and reconciliation in the Middle East.
The FRRME was set up by Canon Andrew White in 2005 to continue the important work in the Middle East that he started whilst serving as the Director of Coventry Cathedral’s International Centre for Reconciliation.
Canon White is now an official resident of Iraq, overseeing St George's Church Baghdad and honouring his role as 'The Vicar of Baghdad.' He remains the President and CEO of the FRRME and provides the energy, vision and strategy that keeps the Foundation driving forward at the cutting edge of life in the Middle East."
David Post is going to cycle from Middle Rasen in Lincolnshire, to Land's End in Cornwall, to John O'Groats in Scotland and back to Middle Rasen during the month of June 2010, in order to raise money for the FRRME. Our target is £5,500, as this is one tenth of the monthly running costs of St George's Church in Baghdad, which houses a clinic open to anyone, with the purpose of helping those harmed by the conflict in Baghdad.