Unfortunately, most crises around the world rarely receive the global attention they deserve. Basic needs in affected communities go unmet, year after year. Women and children, Indigenous people, ethnic and racial minorities, and displaced populations are disproportionately impacted, and their needs are chronically overlooked and underfunded. The Hope in Crisis Fund brings vital support where it is needed most in crisis-affected communities, regardless of whether their stories make headlines.
Your donation to the Hope in Crisis Fund will help meet immediate and long-term humanitarian needs with a focus on efforts led by local, vetted organizations in crisis-affected communities. With sustained support, families who are displaced can start over, meet their children's basic needs, and build long-term solutions. GlobalGiving will work with our local partners on the ground to get your donation where it's most needed.
How Your Donation Will Be Used
Your donation will:
- Deliver food, water, and supplies to struggling families in underserved, crisis-affected communities
- Provide economic, mental health, and emotional support to survivors of natural disasters, conflicts, human rights violations, and other crises
- Power community-led solutions to crisis
- Strengthen community preparedness and resilience
- And much, much more...
Trusted and Reliable
GlobalGiving is one of the most reliable and trustworthy charities in the world. We have a four-star rating and nearly perfect score from Charity Navigator due to our stability, efficiency, sustainability, and commitment to transparency, in addition to accreditation from the BBB Wise Giving Alliance.
Our relief funds have been recommended by the New York Times, the Associated Press, NPR, Washington Post, Oprah, ABC News, and the US State Department.
GlobalGiving's Track Record
GlobalGiving has been responding to disasters and supporting emergency aid and long-term relief programs since 2004. We have facilitated more than $100M in disaster donations to funds around the world .
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