Woman at new well Assist Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh East Africa Hunger Crisis: Concern's Response Woman and child

Concern Worldwide US

Org #14752
Vetted since 2013 Site Visit Verified
1993
year founded
$288,824
raised on GlobalGiving
9
years fundraising
6
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Founded in 1968, Concern Worldwide's mission is to permanently transform the lives of people living in extreme poverty, tackling its root causes and building resilience. When an emergency strikes, we are among the first on the ground - mobilizing expert teams in just 24 hours. From hurricanes in Haiti to famine in South Sudan, we go to the ends of the earth to reach the most vulnerable. For the voiceless, we use our voice to bring the human stories of extreme poverty to the tables of world leaders. Our mission doesn't stop until extreme poverty does.

Project Leaders
Conner Purcell
Conner Purcell
Kathleen Felesina
Kathleen Felesina
Arzow Azizi
Arzow Azizi
Team
Colleen Kelly, Kristen Packett, Robbie Rusboldt, Dara Burke, Kirk Prichard
Organization Information
355 Lexington Avenue
16th Floor
New York, NY 10017
United States
212-557-8000
Organization Information
355 Lexington Avenue
16th Floor
New York, NY 10017
United States
212-557-8000

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Oct 17, 2022
Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh Update
  A protracted crisis Five years to the day since they were forced to leave their homes in Myanmar, the Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh live in fear of being forgotten.  Close to one million...
Oct 13, 2022
An "Emergency Beyond An Emergency" in East Africa
East Africa (”Horn of Africa”) Famine Crisis Across East Africa (Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Uganda and Eritrea, also known as the “Horn of Africa”) nearly 40...
Sep 4, 2022
Syria Refugee Crisis Annual Update
  SYRIA CRISIS – CONCERN WORLDWIDE’S RESPONSE TO MORE THAN A DECADE OF CONFLICT, DISRUPTION AND DISPLACEMENT   March 2022 marked 11 years since the beginning of the Syrian...
 
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