Syrian kids laugh and play at home in their informal settlement in Mhammara, northern Lebanon where 29 families live together with support from UNHCR.
© UNHCR/Lorey Campese

Regular Giving

Join our emergency response team and maximise your impact as a regular giver today

Every year, thousands of people flee their homes and countries to escape conflict, violence, disaster and persecution. Hungry, thirsty and exhausted, they need help – fast.

Your regular gifts support UNHCR’s emergency response, enabling us to go straight into action.

UNHCR is often first in and last out in a refugee crisis. Thanks to you, our teams can be on the ground within 72 hours, providing vulnerable families with shelter, water, food, medicine and other life-saving essentials. Our emergency teams include experts in relief coordination, human rights, camp management, negotiation, and water and sanitation.

Your gifts can also support UNHCR’s long-term work with displaced people. A regular gift can provide healthcare, education and livelihood training, helping people rebuild their lives with dignity.

With more than 100 million people now displaced around the world, there has never been a greater need for UNHCR’s work – and your support. Please join our Emergency Response Team today to help people fleeing for their lives.  

The numbers behind UNHCR's emergency response

People fleeing Ukraine enter Poland at the Medyka border crossing.
© UNHCR/Chris Melzer
103 million people displaced
Internally displaced Yemeni mother, Lubna, holds her child after fleeing escalating fighting.
© UNHCR/Marie-Joëlle Jean-Charles
80% women and children
Alexandra Krause, Senior Emergency Coordinator, at work in Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Talking with Afghan refugees waiting to enter Vinojug Reception Centre near the border with Greece.
©️ UNHCR / Mark Henley
1 in 77 people forced to flee

Our fundraising commitment

The majority of funds raised by Australia for UNHCR are directed to UNHCR’s emergency operations, providing the ready funds and resources to respond quickly and effectively in situations of crisis and disaster.

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