Other Ways to Give
Online donations made via this website are tax deductible in the U.S. to the extent allowable by law. The UN Foundation accepts checks or wire transfers from anywhere in the world, and may be able to provide tax benefits to U.S.-based donors. Contact COVID19Fund@unfoundation.org if you have any questions.
Through partnerships with the Swiss Philanthropy Foundation, the Japan Center for International Exchange, China Population Welfare Foundation (CPWF), individuals and corporations in select European countries, the UK, Canada, Japan, and China may be able to make tax-deductible donations through our partners in these areas. See our FAQs for more information on potential tax-exemption.
You may also support the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund by donating to the Facebook Fundraiser.
You can also donate by text via U.S. mobile carriers. To give $25, text WHO25 to 501501. To give $50, text WHO50 to 501501.
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For corporate and foundation giving, please contact COVID19Fund@unfoundation.org.
SUPPORTERS OF THE FUND
We are grateful to supporters of the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund, whose contributions, in many forms, are greatly helping the World Health Organization’s lifesaving work to fight COVID-19. View supporters.
Allocations from the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund are decided by WHO in line with its Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan, and will include UNICEF, vaccine development alliance CEPI (Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations), and other partners.
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