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Thank you from Concern

Thank you from Concern

We’re so grateful that you’ve decided to support Concern. It’s wonderful to know you want to help vulnerable people around the world. Thank you for being part of our mission to end extreme poverty – whatever it takes.

We know the incredible impact of gifts like yours. They have the power to pull children back from the brink of starvation. They give communities hope, when their worlds were torn apart by war or disaster.

With your help, we can continue this life-saving, life-changing work. From ensuring children are safe and have enough to eat, to training health workers in harder-to-reach villages, your kindness will help transform the lives of people in the most vulnerable countries.

Your gifts will also help empower communities against the devastating impacts of climate change.

We can’t emphasise how grateful we are for each and every gift – thank you again for your generosity and choosing to support us in this way.

A warm welcome to the Concern community!

Help children grow healthy and strong

Concern has been at the forefront of community-based treatment, funding mobile clinics and pioneering therapeutic food and life-saving support for malnourished children.

Our training programmes ensure local health workers in remote communities can educate families in essential hygiene practises, so more mothers can protect their children from sickness.

Your gift will help provide the food children need to survive, and the clinics that keep them healthy.

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Jeannette Icimanishatse, a Community Health Worker in Burundi.
Jeannette Icimanishatse, a Community Health Worker in Burundi. Photo: Abbie Trayler-Smith.
Esime Jenaia at her plot in Chituke village, Mangochi, Malawi.
Esime Jenaia at her plot in Chituke village, Mangochi, Malawi. Photo: Kieran McConville.
Kids from the Gatoto Community School in Nairobi. Photo: Gavin Douglas.
Kids from the Gatoto Community School in Nairobi. Photo: Gavin Douglas.

You're bringing safe water to families

Every year, unsafe water and a lack of basic hygiene kills more than 280,000 children under the age of five.

Safe drinking water and sanitation are crucial to health, survival and development, yet are sadly still a luxury for many of the world’s poorest people.

With the help of supporters like you, we’re working to change this.

Concern’s Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programme not only gives communities in some of the world's poorest countries access to clean water, but also teaches vulnerable communities about the importance of good sanitation and hygiene practices. This vital education can save lives.

Your generosity will help build wells, give families access to clean toilets and communities clean water for washing and drinking.

Clotilde Ndayisenga (25) with her daughter Ines Nihorimbere (5)
Clotilde Ndayisenga (25) with her daughter Ines Nihorimbere (5) at their home in Rugombo, Cibitoke. Photo: Abbie Trayler-Smith,

How your donations are spent

Without you, our work helping the world's poorest people would not be possible. 

We're dedicated to maximising the impact of your gifts, with 88.4 cents in every euro going directly to our life-saving programmes. 

Transparency is at the heart of everything we do at Concern, and you can see how we spend your donations here

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  • The coronavirus poses an existential threat to the world's most vulnerable communities

  • Our teams are mobilising to respond to the threat and help save lives

  • We need your help to reach more people

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