Gifts to Help Children in Need

When a crisis strikes, children can be uprooted suddenly from their homes and communities, leaving everything familiar behind.  Shortages of food, water and medicine can put them at risk of disease and they might miss years of schooling.  To protect and nurture the next generation, the IRC provides medical care, safe spaces to play, emergency nutrition, educational essentials and other assistance.  

When you give a Rescue Gift, you can help support the IRC’s lifesaving work on behalf of some of the world’s most vulnerable children.

$153

Full Immunization

Fully immunizing children helps to protect them from deadly diseases.
$116

Year of School for Two Girls

Millions of girls around the world are denied schooling.Education can give girls a chance at a better, brighter lives.
$58

A Year of School

Millions of girls around the world are denied schooling. A year of education can give a girl a chance at a better, brighter life.

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  • $153 - Full Immunization
  • $116 - Year of School for Two Girls
  • $58 - A Year of School
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How it Works

Give a gift that inspires and helps refugees around the world. It's easy —
  • Choose your gift.

  • Dedicate your gift to someone special;

    choose to send them a printed card or ecard. Printed cards are delivered in 7-10 business days, while ecards can be sent immediately or scheduled on a specific date.

  • Make an impact: your gift helps provide critical assistance to uprooted families where most needed.

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About the
International
Rescue Committee

The International Rescue Committee is consistently awarded top marks by charity watchdog groups for our efficient use of donor contributions and the effectiveness of our work. Eleven years in a row, the IRC has earned Charity Navigator's highest rating of four stars —ranking us in the top 1% of efficient and trustworthy charities.

In the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak, The New York Times is highlighting the IRC as one of the top 5 charities to support. NYT Reporter Nicholas Kristof says, “The IRC is a gold standard organization.”