Last month, eight of America’s largest international relief organizations — including CARE, International Medical Corps, International Rescue Committee, Mercy Corps, Oxfam, Plan International, Save the Children and World Vision along with partners Google, PepsiCo, Visa, and Twitter — launched a collective fundraising and awareness campaign, the Global Emergency Response Coalition.
In a major push to avert complete disaster, eight U.S.-based relief agencies have joined forces to launch a two-week fundraising appeal.
With a Foreign Assistance Act that has not been overhauled since its enactment nearly 60 years ago and the administration’s redesign process for State and USAID well under way, the United States’ aid architecture is in dire need of bold ideas and creative solutions.
The Hunger Relief Fund provides life-saving support to 1.4 million children and 17 million people who are at risk of dying from starvation in Africa.
The Global Emergency Response Coalition is embarking on a campaign to cut through the news that has been dominating headlines in the U.S. to raise awareness and funds for the hunger crisis.
Eight U.S.-based international relief groups have joined forces to desperately urge the public to donate to a new relief fund aimed at addressing looming famine and hunger in South Sudan, Nigeria, Yemen, Somalia and neighboring nations.
Eight organizations that typically compete for donor dollars joined forces to launch a joint appeal to raise funds and awareness around a global food crisis.
The Global Emergency Response Coalition is trying to draw the American public’s attention to an “unprecedented” hunger crisis. It's an uphill battle.
The Global Emergency Response Coalition is a joint fund-raising appeal to the American public due to the hunger crisis, which will uses social media to amplify its message.
The Global Emergency Response Coalition has recruited actor and activist George Clooney to narrate a plea for donations, and corporate sponsors include Twitter and Google.
Eight international nongovernmental organizations are hoping that their unprecedented partnership will help draw attention and funds for the famine-like conditions endangering more than 20 million people across the globe.
Eight international organizations are teaming up Monday for an unusual collaboration: a two-week fundraising campaign aimed at raising money quickly to alleviate famine in several African countries and Yemen.