Support International Medical Corps with a gift in honor or memory of a loved one (and send an e-card too). You can celebrate their life while giving lifesaving care to those in need.
Provide health and hope for future generations. Whether helping us respond to emergencies or sustaining our efforts to help communities move from relief to self-reliance, your legacy gift will be vital to making our work possible in the future.
Giving a gift of stock or securities is an easy way to support the lifesaving work of International Medical Corps. Donating stocks could help you maximize your tax savings while meeting your charitable-giving goals.
Starting a fundraiser online to support International Medical Corps could not be easier. Share your fundraiser with friends and family through social media, via email or both. Pick a name, set a goal, upload a photo or use one of ours, and you’re on your way.
Don’t want to donate online?
Give by mail or phone
Download a PDF of our donation form and mail it to us at the address printed on the form. You will receive a letter confirming your gift that can be used for your tax returns.
Call our hotline to make a gift by phone during normal Pacific Time business hours.
Join Our Community
Attend an Event
Each year, we hold events to raise awareness and funds for our work around the world. Our annual events, such as the Annual Awards Celebration held in Los Angeles, are a way for you learn more about us and get involved. Please join us at one of our upcoming events!Learn more
Use Your Voice
Check us out on social media to see all the latest information about our work in Nigeria, Turkey, Iraq and more. Be sure to follow us and get the inside scoop and updates about emergencies around the world. Share our posts with your friends and family and use your voice to support lifesaving health care for those that need it.
Work With Us
At International Medical Corps, job satisfaction means immunizing the children of an entire village against polio. It means caring for people who have fled their homes and have little more to their names than the clothes they wear. It means training local nurses, doctors, and health care workers so they can provide quality care long after a crisis has subsided. Whether at our Los Angeles, California headquarters, our Washington, DC office, or in the field, International Medical Corps offers a wide variety of rewarding opportunities for professionals at all stages of their careers.LEARN MORE