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Rose Kujang, a refugee from South Sudan, stands in the sesame fields she shares with her farmer’s group.
Photo Credit: Jjumba Martin/Mercy Corps
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Climate Resilience Fund

Climate-fueled disasters are the number one driver of the refugee crisis, forcing an estimated 20 million people a year from their homes. Support multiple charities in one pledge working on climate resilience.
Through the climate resilience fund, you will join supporters working to provide for families in areas affected by climate change and natural disasters.

Your donations will help communities succeed. For example, your gift could equip farmers with seed packets to produce crops that flourish in difficult growing conditions or provide solar-powered light kits for sustainable light sources.

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provides a seed and tool kit.


finances the travel and attendance of Indigenous community leaders from small island developing states in the Pacific and Caribbean to participate in international decision-making forums for climate justice, including the UN Conference of Parties.


plants 250 mangroves in a coastal community affected by climate change.

Success Stories

Mercy Corps’ AgriFin program in Kenya is helping farmers
Mercy Corps’ AgriFin program in Kenya is helping farmers like Paul Mwendo adapt to years of inadequate rainfall, with high-quality seeds for drought-tolerant crops and connections to new commercial buyers via mobile phone. For small-scale farmers, COVID-19 intensifies the already severe impacts of the climate crisis, not only for the farmers’ livelihoods, but for the millions of people they feed.
Maina Talia
Located across Buca Bay from mainland Fiji, Kioa Island is resplendent with steep volcanic slopes and brightly wooded mountains. Fishing, handicraft, root farming, and copra processing for coconut oil generate just enough revenue to support the island. 
Ineza Umuhoza Grace, Global Coordinator and Co-Founder of LDYC, smiling
Ineza Umuhoza Grace, Global Coordinator and co-founder of the Loss and Damage Youth Coalition, first experienced the effects of the climate crisis at an early age when her family home in Rwanda was destroyed due to intensive rainfall and wind.