Kelly Montgomery’s stories
Nepal: Impact report: 30 days after Nepal earthquake
Your compassionate support helped us reach more than 43,000 people with emergency relief supplies in the 30 days since Nepal's devastating earthquake. Learn more about how we've helped people survive and begin to recover.
Guatemala: Tea and spice growers working for healthier futures
Growing tea ingredients is a precarious livelihood. That's why we've worked with Tazo Tea over the last decade to support farming communities in India and Guatemala. Meet a few people who now have a brighter future.
Nepal: Reaching Nepal's invisible villages
In the aftermath of the disaster, villages just outside Kathmandu were overlooked. Our team was the first to reach them this week with much-needed emergency supply kits.
Nepal: Survivor stories: After the earthquake
Meet just a few of the brave earthquake survivors we’re helping, and hear their harrowing stories of the disaster.
Nepal: Follow the Mercy Corps earthquake response in Nepal
Our team on the ground in Nepal doesn't know what the next day will bring. They are working through difficult conditions to help thousands of families survive and recover. Read the latest updates.
Nepal: Delivering supplies to families outside Kathmandu
Mercy Corps staff delivered emergency supplies to families this week in the small village of Chapagaon, just outside Kathmandu. The supplies will help families survive in the immediate days after this disaster.
Iraq, Pakistan: Confident youth create change
In low-income communities in Iraq and Pakistan, one youth program is helping adolescents build the confidence they need to achieve their goals.
Jordan, Syria: From refugee to role model
Sami hated life in the refugee camp when he arrived. Now, two years later, he’s helping other young people shift their perspective and dream for the future.
What happens after Ebola?
After a year of fighting Ebola, Liberia faces a rocky road towards recovery. See how we equipped 2 million people with lifesaving information, and what we’re doing next to help people recover.
Vanuatu assessment update after Cyclone Pam
Our team of emergency responders determined urgent needs are being met, and that our expertise will have more impact in other crisis-affected countries.