Safe Passage

$36
Protect families forced from their homes
Dedicate this Rescue Gift to a friend or loved one. Send a beautiful eCard or printed card.
Preview your card

At checkout, you will be able to choose a printed card* or an eCard version for each gift you buy. Rescue Gifts are a perfect option for the holidays — you can dedicate your gift to a friend, including a personal message, and we'll send them a beautiful card based on the gift you select.

Our printed cards are customized with your gift and personal message, and are delivered in our signature yellow envelope in approximately 10 days.

* Delivery to U.S. addresses only.

Our eCards can be sent immediately or scheduled ahead for delivery at any time, customized with your gift and personal message.

Protecting families in transit

  • About this gift

    After fleeing for their lives, refugees arrive to an unfamiliar place frightened, exhausted and in desperate need of basic services, including transportation and information. While they are in places like Greece or Serbia, the IRC provides refugees with critical information on how to access medical care, asylum services, and what to do in case their family is separated. We also help to transport refugees safely to facilities such as hospitals or asylum centers. $36 can provide families with information and safe transportation while far from home.

  • What you get

    • Choose to send a physical or ecard to the recipient
    • For ecards: you can send immediately or select a date for delivery
    • You can personalize the card with the recipient's name and a message from you
    • Your recipient will get information about the IRC and the benefit of their rescue gift
  • What others say

    Why they'll love a Rescue Gift

    I like being able to donate in my parents' name for birthday, Christmas, Mother's and Father's Day. And they like knowing their gift means something.

    JessB, posted on GreatNonprofits.org
Honor Loved Ones
$36
Protect families forced from their homes
$36
Protect families forced from their homes