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Global Health Fund

Worldwide, a child under the age of 15 dies every 4.4 seconds, mostly of preventable causes related to poverty. Support multiple charities in one pledge working on global health.
Through this global health fund, you will join supporters to change the world by saving lives and improving the quality of life services to families globally.

Your donations to this fund help provide access to life-saving health care for preventable diseases, ensure post-natal health care visits for new moms and distribute supplies like eyeglasses and toothbrushes.

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provides for a mother and child’s happy return home from the hospital in Sierra Leone.


supplies multivitamins to 25 children for a month.


sends a basic surgical set to the Dominican Republic.

Success Stories

Nezabutni is a nonprofit organization that provides medicine and other support to elderly people, including those with dementia, in Ukraine. When medicine for dementia was impossible to find in the country at the start of the war, Americares provided Nezabutni with $1.8 million in medicine and supplies, which the organization distributed to hospitals and health centers, including a hospital for the elderly in Kyiv, where Dr. Viktor Kholin is director.
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As soon as Iris gets off the bus and, together with her mother, moves through the crowds of people at a bus station in Managua, Nicaragua, she hides. Walking behind her mother, she holds one hand on her mother’s shoulder and the other covers her mouth. Her eyes are locked on her mother’s back, as if she doesn’t want to meet the eyes of any of the strangers staring at her.
Itumeleng Nkhabu, a 48-year-old widow, contracted tuberculosis (TB) in 2003. Then again in 2011. That was not the last time she got sick. In 2018, she was diagnosed with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB), a severe form of the respiratory disease.