The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is thankful to our corporate partners whose critical support enables us to achieve our mission of helping people affected by humanitarian crises to survive, recover and rebuild their lives. Our partners are providing opportunities for you to support the IRC through gifts that give back. This will help the IRC continue our work as the largest refugee resettlement agency in the U.S., and help us continue delivering lasting impact globally to those affected by crises. In addition to donating to the IRC directly, here are ways to support the IRC through our partners*:


Marriott International

For years, Marriott International has partnered with the IRC to help prepare refugees for meaningful careers. Through the Hospitality Link program, Marriott has supported the IRC in training hundreds of refugees in workforce development and hospitality skills, while working together to place refugees into employment, including at Marriott hotels. Marriott Bonvoy members can help IRC make an impact by donating points here.

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.

The New York Times

For over a century, The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund has published stories about providing assistance to those in need and has encouraged its readers to make a donation to help support those facing economic hardship. Since 2015, the IRC has been one of the beneficiary organizations. Readers can support this year’s Neediest Cases Fund campaign by making a donation here, and reading more about The Fund’s beneficiaries here.


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. 


*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.