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Thanksgiving Gift Collection

Each November, as we gather with family and friends to give thanks and share a meal, we are also reminded of families around the world who need our support.

This Thanksgiving, you can make a difference for people affected by conflict and disaster by purchasing Rescue Gifts. When you honor loved ones with gifts from our Thanksgiving collection, you can help refugees establish roots in their new communities; help a family prepare their own warm meals, and help provide essential nourishment for families in places where food is scarce.

Show your family and friends how thankful you are for their love and support by purchasing life-changing gifts from this collection. 
 

$120

Refugee Welcome Basket

A heartwarming welcome basket means so much to newly resettled refugee families.
$68

Emergency Food for Children

Hunger hits children the hardest. Quick, nutritious emergency food can save the life of a starving or malnourished child.
$53

Emergency Cookstoves

The small flames from an emergency cookstove can make a big difference.

Buy All 4 Cards Today

  • $120 - Refugee Welcome Basket
  • $80 - A Stocked Fridge for Refugee Families
  • $68 - Emergency Food for Children
  • $53 - Emergency Cookstoves
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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 (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 »