The world has never faced a crisis like COVID-19. The pandemic is impacting
communities everywhere. It’s never been more urgent to support the global response,
led by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Donations support WHO’s work, including with partners to suppress transmission, reduce exposure, counter misinformation, protect the vulnerable, reduce mortality and morbidity and accelerate equitable access to new COVID-19 tools.
Some donations also support additional Fund partners: African Union/African CDC, the Big 6 Youth Organizations, the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF), the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), the World Food Programme (WFP).
The Fund is powered by the WHO Foundation, in collaboration with the UN Foundation and a global network of fiduciary partners. Donations can be made via this website from anywhere in the world, with online tax benefits provided to donors based in Switzerland, the USA and Canada. Donors from certain European countries, the UK , China, Japan , and the USA, who desire tax receipts may wish to give online to our Fund partners in these countries.
As of 4/2/2021 the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund has raised or committed
From over 664,403 donors
to the World Health Organization to procure and distribute essential commodities and coordinate response.
to UNRWA to support refugee populations in Gaza, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and the West Bank.
Donations can be received online via this website or via wire transfer
from anywhere in the world, with tax benefits available to donors based
in Switzerland, as well as to donors in the USA thanks to our collaboration
with the United Nations Foundation (UNF) and in Canada
thanks to our collaboration with King Baudouin Foundation (KBF) Canada. Please
see our FAQs for more detailed
information on how to execute wire payments.
Through arrangements with the Transnational Giving Europe Network, Charities Aid Foundation, with the China Population Welfare Foundation, and the Japan Center for International Exchange, individuals and corporations in select European countries, the UK, China and Japan may also be able to make tax-deductible donations through our partners in these areas. See our FAQs for more information on potential tax-exemption.
For questions about corporate and foundation giving, please contact COVID19Fund@who.foundation
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
to date include the African Union/African CDC, the Big 6 Youth Organizations,
the vaccine development alliance CEPI, UNHCR, UNICEF, UNRWA, WFP, and other
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Please note: The Solidarity Response Fund is entering a new phase, supporting WHO's vital work in 2021 and is being powered by WHO Foundation. There have been some cases reported of people fraudulently posing as WHO or the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. WHO, nor WHO Foundation will ever contact you for your credit card or banking details. Please see our FAQ to learn more about the ways you can actually give to the fund.