Our partnerships help define how we do things differently. The world is facing some of the greatest humanitarian challenges of our time, and at Mercy Corps, we know that no single organization can tackle them alone. So we work across the public and private sectors to bring our unique expertise, innovations and solutions together to spark, scale and sustain change for communities in need around the world.
From providing grants during emergencies to developing consumer engagement or employee-giving programs, find out how we can do more, together:
Corporate and Foundations Partnerships
Mercy Corps partners with companies and foundations to support our mission and your business objectives. Whether your organization is interested in cause marketing, employee giving or grant making, we can co-create a meaningful, winning partnership. Learn more ▸
Social Venture Fund
Mercy Corps looks beyond the grant-based model of funding international development. By providing financing for small businesses and investing in them, we help create and grow scalable, self-sustaining businesses that improve people’s lives in an enduring way. Learn more ▸
Our blog explores innovative ways to fight poverty and improve access to free markets. We foster conversations about these two forces and how to develop market solutions to poverty. We welcome your ideas, input and involvement. Learn more ▸
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Partnering with Cisco to tackle the world's toughest challenges
We are excited to announce that we are embarking on a new five-year initiative with leading global technology company Cisco. Together we hope to deliver aid and development assistance faster, better and to more people around the world.
Guatemala: Technology connects snow pea farmers to success
The export market is critical for snow pea farmers. To help them stay on the path to success, we’re connecting them to a new software that tracks their harvests.
Afghanistan, Greece, Iraq, Syria: How technology is affecting the refugee crisis
The mass movement of refugees toward western Europe has spawned a modern migration, one in which smartphones, the internet and other technologies play a lifesaving and transformative role.
Three steps for making the world a better place
With nearly 60 million people forcibly displaced from their homes, we are making the case for rethinking how to change a broke and broken humanitarian system in the face of a growing need for humanitarian aid.
Timor-Leste: Life of a girl: Solar power lights the way for Lourdes
Follow 15-year-old Lourdes through her day, and find out how Mercy Corps' clean energy program is helping her find time for her schoolwork among her other household responsibilities.
Timor-Leste: Fish ponds bring hope to hard-working families
As rice farmers cope with changing weather patterns, we're helping them build new sustainable sources of food and income.
Smart design speeds recovery for Haiyan survivors
Our partnership with IDEO.org and BanKO will create new financial products for families in the Philippines who have never had access to a bank.
Uganda: Making clean energy affordable far from the city
Kerosene used for light and cooking is risky and costly. So why aren't families rushing to switch to fuel efficient cookstoves and solar units?
West Bank and Gaza: In the News: NPR's All Things Considered profiles Mercy Corps tech startups in Gaza
Gaza is rich with educated youth but limited in job opportunities. We are working to develop Gaza as an innovative tech hub and support youth with startup dreams.
Indonesia: New initiative helps small businesses grow online
Custom-Clouds will launch in Indonesia and offer affordable website services to connect entrepreneurs with an increasingly global economy.