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Your ongoing support can provide critically needed medicines, supplies and PPE year-round.

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Responding to disasters – ones that make the headlines and ones that don’t

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Providing quality health care to the most vulnerable in communities around the world and across the U.S.

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Since our founding in 1979, AmeriCares has delivered more than $12 billion in humanitarian assistance and health-focused programs to 164 countries, including the U.S.

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Listening and responding to the needs of a community in Nepal devastated by an earthquake

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When people are in crisis, we make sure that health comes first. Our Emergency Programs help communities prepare for, respond to and recover from disasters. We provide millions of people around the world Access to Medicine and supplies. Our Clinical Services deliver quality health care for people who have none. We create and support sustainable programs that strengthen Community Health.





Natural disasters, poverty, disease, and civil war impact people around the world. In an emergency, Americares provides quality medical aid, disaster relief and recovery.


Nearly 2 billion people in the world cannot get the medicines they need to stay healthy.


At Americares-run clinics and those of our partners, we deliver and support quality health services, preventing and treating illness while promoting good health for each patient.


We design, implement and support clinic-to-community programs in areas such as maternal, newborn and child health, mental health, hypertension and diabetes and other chronic diseases.