The Rose Castle Foundation is an innovative organisation that equips tomorrow’s leaders with skills, tools, and habits needed to transform conflict. Working in partnership with others, RCF trains cohorts of young people through transformative residential programmes called 'Encounters'. It offers a range of additional programmes including summer camps and retreats, and shares open-access resources such as the 12 Habits of a Reconciler and Scriptural Reasoning. Its vision is for an active global network of reconcilers transforming conflict in communities worldwide. RCF specialises in bringing together people with different faiths and worldviews who boldly collaborate through difference. This is achieved through a unique approach called the 'Rose Way', which is centred around creating space for 'deep-to-deep' encounters. Founded in 2014 by Canon Sarah Snyder, RCF is headquartered at the Rose Castle estate in Cumbria, United Kingdom, which is home to the 800-year-old castle from which the Foundation takes its name.