Other Ways to Give

Looking to make a difference?

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There are several ways to help refugees. Offer your support through options like gifts in wills and legacy bequests, gifts of stocks and securities, Sadaqah for refugees, gift-giving, donating Cryptocurrency and volunteering with UNHCR.

Explore these options below and lend a hand to help a refugee family today.

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Honour a Loved One

If you’d like to honour someone you love, you can purchase a gift from UNHCR Canada’s Online Gift Shop or donate in their name. 

Gifts of Stocks and Securities

Donate your publicly listed stocks and securities to assist UNHCR in providing emergency support to refugees. You can transfer your shares to UNHCR via CanadaHelps. 

Sadaqah for Refugees

Pledge your Sadaqah to refugeesand allow UNHCR to act as your intermediary in delivering life-saving aid to vulnerable people. UNHCR recognizes the Islamic tradition of philanthropy and will join you in providing collective support to those who need it most. 

Buy a Gift

Purchase a gift from UNHCR’s shop to deliver vital resources to at-risk refugees. Options include gifts of food, water, education, protection and health. Give a gift and save a life. 

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Donate your time and help raise awareness for refugees in need.You canstart your own fundraising campaign or join UNHCR’s International Volunteer Program. 

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Stay Informed

Sign up for our newsletter and stay on top of the most pressing issues affecting refugees. Our newsletter will provide you with up to date reporting and keep you informed about our work worldwide. 

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Donate Cryptocurrency

You can now support UNHCR by donating Cryptocurrency via CanadaHelps. Click here and give today.

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