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A KEEN idea: Trivia night as fundraiser
Interns from KEEN Footwear hosted the first-ever trivia night to benefit Mercy Corps. Find out how they did it — and you can, too!
Syria: Couple trades wedding gifts for donations to help Syrian refugees
With a Mercy Corps fundraising page, Molly and Bo are using their wedding to bring family and friends together to make a difference for those in need.
Sweet treats from KEEN Footwear support our disaster relief efforts
Last Friday, Portland-based KEEN Footwear held a cupcake giveaway to celebrate the company's 10th birthday and show support for Mercy Corps.
Portland cafe's Mercy Corps Mondays add up for change
Tucked away in northeast Portland, Costello’s Travel Caffé brings a bit of global color to the often rainy Northwest — and makes a big difference for families in need around the world.
Colombia: Flood relief fueled by Seattle Sounders
With the combination of a broken levee and a rainy season that brought four times the average rainfall, the flooding in Colombia in 2010 reached far and wide. In the southern part of the Atlántico department on the Caribbean coast, Campo de la Cruz was completely submerged under water.
Indonesia earthquake fundraising table
An all-day food fair at a Portland-area school in 2009 raised more than $2,000 for survivors of the 2009 earthquake in Indonesia.
Texas school raises $1,200 for Horn relief
On September 30, Doerre Intermediate School in Spring, Texas, held a staff-versus-student charity volleyball game that raised $1,200 to benefit Mercy Corps' efforts to fight hunger in the Horn of Africa.
Japan: Catalyzing to help Japan
What does it take to start a movement? Mercy Corps is fortunate to have a large base of passionate supporters who rally their communities to support people facing natural disasters, civil conflict, poverty and oppression around the world.
Company's triple match brings $63,720 for Haiti
Moments after news broke of the January 2010 earthquake that devastated Haiti, NRG Energy’s corporate inbox was flooded with requests from concerned employees: “How can we help? What is NRG going to do? How can I give?”