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Mercy Corps empowers people to survive through crisis, build better lives and transform their communities for good.
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Florida. Pakistan. The Horn of Africa. Ukraine. Afghanistan. If you’re keeping up with the news cycle, it seems like there’s a new emergency popping up at the forefront faster than we can even process the emergency that occurred before it. And with so many disasters happening around the world, it can feel flustering to decide when and where your gift can make the most impact. Investing in disaster preparation, recovery and resilience goes hand-in-hand with advancing other global causes such as health, education, economic development and more. Our charity partners Americares, Direct Relief, International Medical Corps, Matthew 25: Ministries, Mercy…

Charity Photos

  • Title: Lydia Ndimu Mutua and her husband, at their small shop.
  • Charity: Mercy Corps
  • Country: Kenya
  • Photo Credit: Ezra Millstein/Mercy Corps

  • Title: Nour Aulia opened a food kiosk in the canteen of her former
  • Charity: Mercy Corps
  • Country: Indonesia
  • Photo Credit: Ezra Millstein/Mercy Corps

  • Title: Clean water for IDPs in Iraq
  • Charity: Mercy Corps
  • Country: Iraq
  • Photo Credit: Ezra Millstein

Mercy Corps provides water and sanitation services at the Debaga camp, home to 7,400 internally displaced people in Iraq.

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Anna S. sits on her bunk
Anna S. sits on her bunk at a shelter for refugees. She and her family fled Kharkiv when the fighting became too intense, and missiles nearly destroyed her family’s home. She has been staying at the shelter for 2 weeks. Her children, 11 and 12, just started attending a Polish school. Her daughter has had a difficult time being displaced, often crying over the family members and pets that they have lost in the conflict. After escaping to Poland, her family is now staying in a shelter for refugees that used to serve as a hostel for sports camps, part of a skate park that takes up a large block on the outskirts of Warsaw. Now Mercy Corps is partnering with a well-known Polish NGO called KIK (Klub Inteligencji Katolickiej, or Catholic Intelligentsia Club), which runs the hostel. Mercy Corps pays for the rent, staff salaries, as well as for…