Ukraine: DEC charities respond to humanitarian fallout after
Seven DEC charities are working either directly or through local partners to help people affected by the flooding, including search and rescue operations, providing food and clean water and by receiving evacuees in Mykolaiv, Odesa and other cities.
Trusts & foundations and major gifts
Discuss making a grant or major gift to the DEC, to fund disaster response and support innovations in the sector.
Six ways we’re helping people from Ukraine
Some of the ways DEC funds have helped people whose lives have been turned upside down by the conflict in Ukraine.
How donations are helping people in Afghanistan
Donations to the DEC Afghanistan Crisis Appeal are a lifeline for families facing hunger and suffering across the country. Here’s how DEC charities and their local partners have helped families struggling to survive, and will continue to support them in the months ahead.
How donations are helping people in Ukraine
Donations to the DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal are reaching people in Ukraine and those who have fled to neighbouring countries. Find out the many ways DEC charities and their local partners are helping.
Rapid Response Network
Working with media and corporate partners is central to how the DEC runs appeals and maximises funds raised for people affected by disasters.
Yemen hit by third wave of Covid
Coronavirus cases have spiked in Yemen in the last month as displaced communities struggle to cope with the impact of the pandemic, ongoing conflict and a hunger crisis that is putting millions at risk. Only 1% of the population is vaccinated against Covid-19, access to healthcare is poor and families cannot afford to buy food. Donations to the DEC Coronavirus Appeal are providing the most vulnerable people with lifesaving aid.
Hunger and Covid threaten lives in Syria
Since July 2020, donations to the DEC’s Coronavirus Appeal have helped protect some of Syria’s most vulnerable communities from coronavirus by providing clean water, hygiene kits and supporting healthcare but poor facilities in camps and the growing hunger crisis are still putting lives at risk as the virus continues to circulate.