It’s time for us to come together and celebrate! We are delighted to invite you to our 2021 Annual Awards Celebration—taking place virtually—on Tuesday, November 2. This year will mark 37 years of International Medical Corps’ lifesaving work here at home and around the world.

We have made the tough decision to hold our Annual Awards Celebration entirely virtual again this year. Given the continuing and changing circumstances around COVID-19, we feel this is the best way forward. We deeply appreciate your support and understanding.

We’re very excited about our virtual event which will leave you inspired and proud of the work that you help make possible! Join us from home as we celebrate the extraordinary work of healthcare workers around the world. RSVP for free, or purchase a virtual sponsorship.



Yvonne Groenhout


Dr. Abdou Sebushishe


Jarl Mohn


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You can still help International Medical Corps relieve the suffering of those affected by conflict, disaster and disease, including outbreaks like COVID-19. Your generous gift today will help deliver vital healthcare services and training to devastated populations around the world, helping them to recover and return to self-reliance.

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Global First Responders for 37 Years

International Medical Corps is a global first responder that delivers emergency medical and related services to those affected by conflict, disaster and disease, no matter where they are, no matter the conditions. We also train people in their communities, providing them with the skills they need to recover, chart their own path to self-reliance and become effective first responders themselves. Established in 1984 by volunteer doctors and nurses, we are a nonprofit with no religious or political affiliation, and now have roughly 7,200 staff members around the world, more than 90% of whom are locally hired. Since our founding, we have operated in more than 80 countries, and have provided more than $3.6 billion in emergency relief and training to communities worldwide.

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