Other ways to give

There are so many ways to contribute to Concern’s work. Here are just a few.

Ways to give

  • Become a monthly donor
    Start your monthly gift now to change the lives of families living in some of the toughest places on earth.
  • Concern Gifts
    By giving a goat, a water pump, or a fuel-efficient stove you’ll be providing crucial support now and for years to come.
  • Give in memory of a loved one
    Memorialize a friend or family member with a contribution that will improve the lives of those who need it most.
  • Employee giving
    Meaningful, tax-deductible, and simple to implement. We’ll show you how.
  • Gifts of stocks or securities
    Include securities as part of your tax-deductible charitable contribution.

Become an Ambassador

By contributing $5,000 or more each year, Ambassadors make an essential investment in Concern’s work to reduce suffering, eliminate extreme poverty, and achieve lasting change in the world’s poorest countries. As true partners in our work, Ambassadors receive exclusive updates from the field, special recognition, and unique opportunities to connect with Concern.

As a Concern Ambassador, we will provide you with:

  • Consistent communication: Our quarterly Ambassador Newsletter provides you with insights from the field.
  • Opportunities to connect: We are always available to have coffee, speak on the phone, or communicate via email.  We’ll also invite you join us for exclusive webinars and events.
  • Strategic recognition: We’ll work with you to find opportunities that allow us to recognize your support and also provide you with a platform to increase awareness of Concern’s work, share your story, and amplify your impact.

Your impact

The growth of the Ambassador community will greatly increase Concern’s ability to create and implement long-term solutions to extreme poverty. Your support will:

  • Allow us to respond quickly and sustainably to the ongoing and smaller-scale disasters that never make the news
  • Resource programs in places that typically receive little donor attention
  • Spur innovation and enable the thoughtful risks that increase the effectiveness of our work

Global Ambassador Toni Collette

In 2014, award-winning actress Toni Collette became Concern’s global ambassador.