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Over our 50 years, Concern America has worked alongside community members to address a myriad of challenges stemming from material poverty such as the lack of access to health care, clean water to drink, education, and economic opportunities.

Our community-led approach builds capacity for people to address the issues they identify as most important, including delivering immediate access to health services, clean water, education provided by their own community members, and local, cooperative businesses.

The results are seen, felt, and shared immediately. With your help, we can double our impact over the next 10 years so that every community can create their own change.

How You Can Support This Change

Buy Tickets for the 50th Anniversary Celebration
Donate to our 50th Anniversary Campaign

About the Event

This wonderful outdoor event will include:

•Live traditional Irish music to honor our roots

•Food from the heart of Mexico

•Artisanal wine and staff-brewed 50th Anniversary beer

•Conferring of the Michael Doheny Humanitarian Award to Concern America Field Teams in Mexico, Guatemala, and Colombia

•Conferring of the John O’Donohue Integrity Award to the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondolet

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For the safety of all, guests must show proof of COVID vaccination or negative test (within 24 hours).

Every Amount Helps

Your support helps people living in remote regions without access to health care, often coupled by other challenging situations. Community members then build capacity for change now and create resilience for the next generation. Your donation at any amount has a huge effect.

$25

Cost of a stethoscope/ otoscope for a health promoter practitioner

$50

Cost to provide a family with a filter, securing clean water for 3 years

$100

Cost to build a fuel-efficient improved stove for a family

$250

Cost of medical training per year for a health promoter practitioner

$500

Cost to bring clean water to a family for 20 years through a village water system

$1,000

Cost for full training for a health promoter practitioner who cares for an entire village

$2,000

Cost to trains 25 midwives who care for 100 mothers and their newborns each year

$12,000

Cost to support a nurse, doctor, engineer, or teacher, impacting 35,000 people

Donate Today

Thank you for helping people in Mexico, Guatemala, and Colombia create a self-sufficient future!

Because of you, we’ve raised $180,226 so far out of our $500,000 goal!