How charity donations are spent

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How charity donations are spent

We’re committed to using your donations to fight hunger and transform the lives of some of the poorest people in the world.

Elizabeth Benard (11) showing the tomato seeds and fruits which they grew using a Treadle pump or 'moneymaker' as known in the field. Our charity project in Nyankwi Village, Kibondo, Kigoma Region, Tanzania Photo: Jennifer O'Gorman

We work hard to make sure we achieve as much as possible with the charity funds we receive. You’d be surprised about just how far your donations can go. For instance, £49 can provide 14-day emergency food supplies to three families. With £83, we can provide clean water for a whole village. 


Consistently, Concern Worldwide has won awards for the transparency of our accounts. We make sure to be as honest as possible about how we use your donations. If you'd like to know more about how and where our money is spent, you can read our latest annual report.

Improving lives

For an example of how we put your donations to good use, watch this video below. In it, Concern’s Dominic MacSorley speaks about Concern’s commitment to improving the lives of the world’s poorest people: