Building village water systems together with the community.

Training community-based Health Promoter Practitioners.

Supporting fair trade artisan cooperatives.

Where does Concern America receive its support?

Concern America is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. It is nondenominational and does not receive government funds.

Concern America is an international development and refugee aid organization that works with economically impoverished communities around the world to develop long-term solutions to poverty.

Building upon local knowledge and experience, Concern America trains villagers to become their own health care providers, water engineers, and artisan cooperative leaders.

Since 1972, Concern America has worked in 15 countries on 4 continents, making a measurable impact in the lives of more than 2 million people.

In the United States, Concern America engages groups and individuals through our Social Justice Education program and Fair Trade Craft marketplace.

Read Concern America’s Mission/Vision Statement.