Christmas appeal

This Christmas, you can help South Sudanese refugee families who have lost everything with life-saving food parcels.

Project Us logo

Project Us: a movement for change

Join Project Us, Concern’s online and offline movement for change coming soon to your city!  

Aweng Aken and her daughter, Adut Ayii Garang, at their home in South Sudan. When she was admitted to our outpatient therapeutic programme (OTP) Adut weighed weighed 4.4kgs (9.7lbs). Photo: Kieran McConville/Concern Worldwide.

Sign up for FAST 2017!

Join thousands across Ireland taking part in FAST 2017 on 23 November!   

Our Concern works

We work with the world's poorest people to transform their lives. Together with our amazing supporters, we are working for a world free from hunger and poverty. Find out more about us, the countries where we work and how you can help.


What you can do

Help children thrive with a regular gift to Concern

Your support saves lives.

Regular donations mean we can continue our vital work.
Donate now

Give a gift

This little piggy could provide security and income to a family in Uganda.

Seeds and tools help communities grow healthy vegetables.


What we do

How money is spent

How money is spent

What we've achieved

What they said

Deli, 3, holds the sweet potatoes that her mother, Monica has grown with the help of Concern's RAIN programme in Zambia. Photo taken by Gareth Bentley/Concern Worldwide.

Testimonials from the many friends and supporters of Concern Worldwide across the globe.

Read testimonials now.

What we're focused on

What we're focused on