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Inspired to raise funds for HI's work? Here's how!

A group of children. A girl in the middle sits in a wheelchair.

When she was 9, Kotime suddenly lost the use of her legs. Kotime participates in rehabilitation sessions and received a wheelchair from HI's team in Burkina Faso. | © Olivier Czar Katona / HI

HI's NYC Marathon team is raising funds to support inclusive actions around the world.

Cheer them on by donating to their fundraisers today!


Fundraising changes lives

Motivate your network to help raise critical funds to support Humanity & Inclusion’s work. Right now, we're facing increasing natural disasters, famine in the Horn of Africa, conflict in Ukraine and Palestine, and a number of other crises. With the help of our donors, our teams are implementing 452 inclusive projects across 60 countries.

Crowdfunding campaigns are an excellent way to raise money from friends and family members to fund inclusive aid carried out by HI's experts!


Here are a few ideas to get you started.

  • Challenge yourself to a virtual run, walk, bike, swim, or climb while challenging others to support you.
  • Dedicate your birthday or holiday to Humanity & Inclusion by asking your friends, family, and coworkers to donate.
  • Celebrate your wedding, anniversary, graduation, or another life event while making a difference.

In just a few minutes, you can create a fundraiser right here by using our built-in fundraising tool powered by Fundraise Up. Simply name your fundraiser, upload a photo of yourself, establish your fundraising goal, share why our work is important to you, and set a deadline. Voila! Your fundraiser is ready to go!

You can also start a fundraiser on a platform like Go Fund Me Charity or via Facebook.

Need help setting up your fundraiser? Reach out to us at [email protected].

Note: All funds raised via peer-to-peer fundraisers for Humanity & Inclusion will be used where the need is greatest for HI teams working alongside people with disabilities in 60 countries. Any funds raised will go directly to HI, not to the organizer of the fundraiser.


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