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Send lifesaving supplies to people in need

We currently have food, clothes, medical supplies, and other donations sitting in our warehouse — but we need YOUR help to ship them to the people who need them! This aid can’t rescue any lives until they are sent overseas to countries like Jordan, Zimbabwe, Zambia, and more.

You can help ship these crucial supplies to a refugee, orphan, or family that is struggling to survive today. Every $1 you give sends $33 worth of emergency aid — multiplying your gift 33X!

How it works

1. Generous corporate donors and grants have provided critically needed supplies.

2. You send your gift to help cover the shipping cost to send this aid around the world.

3. Once we receive your gift, we load a container and send it to a community in need.

Your gift multiplies 33X!

Every $1 you give instantly translates into $33 worth of food, medicine, and more! Even a small gift will multiply to help rescue many men, women, and children in desperate need.

Your gift multiplies 33X!

Every $1 you give instantly translates into $33 worth of food, medicine, and more! Even a small gift will multiply to help rescue many men, women, and children in desperate need.

Countries that receive aid

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Guatemala

Guatemala

About six in 10 Guatemalans live below the poverty line with even higher rates in the remote mountain villages.

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Nicaragua

Nicaragua

An ongoing economic crisis has left many families unable to afford food and other daily needs.

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Cuba

Cuba

Cuba’s location makes it vulnerable to devastating hurricanes that can leave people without access to food and clean water.

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Iraq

Iraq

Widespread violence has displaced many from their homes and created massive food shortages.

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Uganda

Uganda

Uganda is home to many South Sudanese refugees, including orphaned children who have no way to provide for themselves.

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Nepal

Nepal

Nepal is the second poorest nation in Asia and is also ranked among the most impoverished countries in the world.

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Honduras

Honduras

This is the second poorest country in Central America, leading to an alarmingly high child mortality rate.

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Haiti

Haiti

One in every five children in this extremely impoverished nation is malnourished.

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Rwanda

Rwanda

More than half of all Rwandans live in extreme poverty, struggling to survive on less than $1.25 per day.

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Peru

Peru

People living in remote villages along the Amazon River lack basic medical care, clean water, and other essentials.

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Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe

Approximately 72 percent of Zimbabwe’s population live in poverty and can’t afford basic necessities.

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Jordan

Jordan

Jordan has one of the world’s highest refugee populations, with many of these people dependent on the generosity of others.

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Zambia

Zambia

According to the Global Hunger Index, Zambia is one of the 10 hungriest countries in the world.

Want to rescue even more people?

Sponsor an entire shipping container of aid!

You can impact hundreds or even thousands of lives by covering the full cost of shipping one container of aid. When you sponsor an entire container, you will receive personalized updates as your container travels to its destination as well as a detailed report of the people you helped.

News & Stories

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