Jennifer Schmidt’s fundraising campaigns
Jennifer Schmidt's fundraising page for Horn of Africa Hunger Crisis
This campaign raised
Step up for Soacha! Help plant 60,000 trees so Colombian children can thrive
This campaign has raised$2728of $3000
Mercy Corps is no longer accepting donation for Make an Urban Slum in Colombia Safer for Families
Jen Schmidt's Send Help to Haiti Fundraiser
This campaign has raised$695of $1000
Mercy Corps is no longer accepting donation for Haiti Earthquake Recovery
Be the Change: OEMBA Class 24 Big Give!
This campaign has raised$1125of $1000wow!
Jennifer Schmidt’s stories
Beyond the bottle with The Coca-Cola Company
Mercy Corps works in partnership with Coca-Cola in seven countries across Africa, the Middle East and Asia.
Jordan: Tackling the global water crisis with expert partner Xylem
One in eight people around the world does not have access to clean water. This is how we're exploring new ways to fix that.
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.
Partners extend our impact around the world
On International Corporate Philanthropy Day, we're recognizing the companies who have joined us to save and improve lives around the world.
United States: We Can Be Heroes exhibit opens eyes to Horn of Africa crisis
It’s a special week at our headquarters in Portland. That’s because Mercy Corps is hosting the opening of Darkness & Light, a special exhibition raising awareness for the hunger crisis in the Horn of Africa and DC Entertainment’s We Can Be Heroes giving campaign.
India, Indonesia, Japan, Kenya: Mercy Corps can't do it alone
It takes a lot to make a difference for people in 41 countries around the world. Mercy Corps can’t do it alone.
Teaming up to change lives
Our staff work in the world’s toughest places – from Sudan to Syria, and Colombia to the Congo. It’s our job at Portland HQ to support our people on the front lines, from logistics to finance to fundraising. But sometimes, it takes a little help from our friends.
Check in to change lives
At high noon, me and 25 of my red-t-shirted Mercy Corps colleagues rode the Max train down to Columbia Sportswear’s flagship store to help kick off a new social media ‘Check In’ campaign for Mercy Corps.
Afghanistan: 'All roads lead to women'
This afternoon Gayle Tzemach Lemmon talked with Mercy Corps’ communications director Joy Portella and supporters from around the country and the world about the importance of investing in women -- a theme of her New York Times bestselling book, Th
Colombia: Sowing Seeds of Hope
During our six days in Colombia we saw extreme poverty and conflict side-by-side with hope, courage and empowerment. But most of all, we saw the seeds of lasting change taking hold.