Gifts that Honor Teachers

Teacher's Gift Collection

This year, give the favorite teacher in your life a gift that gives back—an education Rescue Gift from the International Rescue Committee.

When children are forced to flee a conflict or natural disaster, they can miss years of learning. The IRC’s emergency classrooms help to fill that educational gap and provide much-needed structure. For refugees returning home, we help to rebuild and supply schools that have been destroyed.  

Here's a list of gifts teachers will enjoy that can not only help children in need get an education—they might even earn you an "A".


School Supplies

A backpack of school supplies, along with caring guidance and support, can help ease a refugee child’s transition to a new school.

Safe Space for Children

Children traumatized by disaster and displacement need a safe space to play and heal.

Teaching Supplies

Brave, committed teachers who reach out to educate and inspire kids in crisis zones need all the support they can get.

A New Classroom

War can wreck and empty schools. Filling a classroom with chairs, tables, chalkboards — and eager students – can revive learning and restore hope.

Buy All 4 Cards Today

  • $20 - School Supplies
  • $80 - Safe Space for Children
  • $125 - Teaching Supplies
  • $240 - A New Classroom
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Give a gift that inspires and helps refugees around the world. It's easy —
  • Choose your gift

  • Dedicate your gift to your friend or loved one

    Choose a beautiful card or eCard. Printed cards are delivered in 7-10 days; eCards can be sent immediately or scheduled to be sent on a specific day.

  • Your gift helps provide critical assistance to uprooted families where most needed

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About the
Rescue Committee

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world's worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. At work in over 40 countries and 29 U.S. cities to restore safety, dignity and hope, the IRC leads the way from harm to home. Learn more »