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Help Refugees: Offers from IRC corporate partners

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A mother wearing a face mask holds her baby in a refugee settlement in Greece

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is thankful to our corporate partners who provide critical support as well as unique initiatives and actions that the public can take part in to support the IRC. This will help us protect refugees from COVID-19 and other crises, and empower them to rebuild their lives. In addition to donating to the IRC directly, here are ways to support the IRC through our partners*:


Customers shopping on Amazon can support refugees by going to smile.amazon.com anytime and selecting the IRC as the charity of choice. The AmazonSmile Foundation will then donate 0.5% of the purchase price for all your eligible AmazonSmile purchases.


All year long, Cotopaxi directs 1% of their annual revenue to the Cotopaxi Foundation, which provides grants to nonprofit organizations including the IRC.

Marriott International

Marriott Bonvoy members can choose to donate their points to the IRC here, as part of Marriott's social impact and sustainability platform, "Serve 360: Doing Good in Every Direction."


With the Mastercard Donate App, users will be able to enroll their card for round-up debit and credit purchases to the nearest dollar in support of the IRC. The app is available on the Apple Store and Google Play

Miles 4 Migrants

Miles4Migrants allows frequent flyers to donate unused frequent flyer miles and credit card points to help refugees and asylum seekers reunite with their families and reach safe homes.


PayPal users can select the IRC as their favorite charity in PayPal’s Give at Checkout settings, Then, every time they make an online purchase with PayPal, customers have the opportunity to donate $1 to our cause.

Uncommon Goods

All year round on the Uncommon Goods’ website, customers can select the IRC (one of four charity partners) at checkout, and Uncommon Goods will donate $1 to support our work. 

Workman Publishing

Workman Publishing has released a new cookbook, The Kitchen Without Borders, filled with recipes and stories from chefs from Eat Offbeat, a meal box delivery and catering company staffed by immigrants and refugees.  For every copy sold from March 1, 2021, to March 1, 2022, Workman Publishing will donate 2% of the cover price to the IRC to support our work.


*The IRC does not endorse any brand, product, or service. No part of the purchase price of any item to benefit the IRC is tax-deductible.