A Stocked Fridge for Refugee Families

Give the joy of homemade meals
Dedicate this Rescue Gift to a friend or loved one. Send a beautiful eCard or printed card.
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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 any occasion – you can dedicate your gift to a friend or loved one, including a personal message, and we’ll send them a beautiful card based on the gift you select.

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A delicious meal after a long journey

  • About this gift

    The first few days of life in the United States are a whirlwind for refugee families. They have had a long journey and are excited, but very exhausted and uncertain about how to navigate their new life. As part of our work helping them to feel comfortable in their new home, we stock their refrigerator with culturally appropriate food for their first few days or bring them to their local market so they can select their groceries. $80 can help us provide refugee families with nutritious food so they can have warm and delicious meals as they begin their new life.

  • 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
    • The card will include information about the IRC and the benefit of the rescue gift dedicated.
    • We will not contact the recipient for any reason other than to deliver your card.
    • Allow 10 days for printed card delivery.


  • What others say

    Why they'll love a Rescue Gift

    The IRC is the gold standard of aid groups working with refugees. I’ve seen it in action in Darfur, Chad, Central African Republic, Greece, Jordan, South Sudan and other places.

    Nicholas Kristof, New York Times columnist
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