Total Giving, 2013

$3,579,274 99 Projects

Top Recipients

  1. GlobalGiving $2.0 M
  2. China Youth Development Foundation $425.0 K
  3. Water, Agroforestry, Nutrition and Development Foundation $102.9 K
  4. Doctors Without Borders $89.7 K
  5. Children's Joy Foundation, Inc. $87.5 K
  6. Academy Camp $86.9 K
  7. Save the Children Federation $76.5 K
  8. De La Salle University $52.6 K
  9. Shanghai United Foundation $51.1 K
  10. Asia America Initiative $50.0 K
  11. World Food Program USA $46.5 K
  12. Peace Winds America $45.3 K
  13. GOONJ $43.4 K
  14. IsraAID $40.1 K
  15. World Vision $38.2 K
  16. Mercy Corps $34.7 K
  17. Oxfam America $31.5 K
  18. International Medical Corps $30.4 K
  19. Middle East Children's Alliance $27.0 K
  20. American Humane Association $20.7 K

Breakdown by Disaster Type

Disasters - General

Natural Disasters

Complex Humanitarian Emergencies

Man-made Accidents

Breakdown by Disaster Assistance Strategy

Breakdown by Region

Sample Projects

In 2011, International Medical Corps had teams on the ground within 48 hours of the disaster in Japan, working hand-in-hand with local agencies to fill essential gaps and reduce suffering. In 2013, International Medical Corps, in conjunction with the Association for Aid and Relief, Japan, raised $730 to build the capacity of communities and agencies to improve preparations for rescue, relief, and recovery efforts.