Disasters show no mercy. But you can.

Celebrate the indomitable human spirit.

Together, we overcome.

When disaster strikes, it is easy to see those affected as victims: desolate, destitute, and defeated. Here at Mercy Relief, we see things differently. We see people coming together to help one another, fight back, and protect their way of life. We witness their indomitable spirit, and are committed to supporting it.

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Compassion begins at the starting line.

On Sunday 13 August 2017, Mercy Relief’s ‘Ground Zero Run for Humanity' aims to celebrate the indomitable human spirit as we stand in solidarity with survivors who have inspired humanitarian work around the world.

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Facts & Figures

25

countries Mercy Relief has been active in

72 hours

time within which emergency aid is delivered, from appeal to assistance

S$33.3 million

funds disbursed up to 2016

63

disaster relief operations executed

50

sustainable development programmes implemented

2 million

lives impacted

Thank you for being part of our collective journey in 2016

Our community has shown so much generosity and care for our neighbours in need when disasters strike. From all of us at Mercy Relief, we want to thank you for your ongoing support in making our work possible. We’ve gathered some of our favourite moments from the year as a snapshot of our growth, that we want to share with you.

View our 2016 highlights

Partnerships

Partners play an important part in adding to Mercy Relief’s resource capacity and network. They also help us get better at what we do.

Understanding Humanitarian Work Through Gaming

Mercy Relief has created a collection of games that draws children and youth into the world of humanitarian work.

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