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Who We Are

The Humanitarian Coalition brings together leading aid organizations to provide Canadians with a simple and effective way to help during international humanitarian disasters. Member agencies join forces to raise funds, partner with the government, and mobilize media, businesses and individual Canadians. Together, we are saving more lives.

Latest Emergency Responses

When disaster strikes, the Humanitarian Coalition can provide help quickly to those who need it most. Whether it be a major international emergency or smaller to medium-scale crises, our member agencies are ready to provide assistance and save lives.

Displacement, Mali

September 2020

Flooding, Afghanistan

August 2020

Flooding, Sudan

July 2020

Lebanon Crisis

August 2020


Meet people who have benefited from your support.

Hayat will have shelter in time for winter

November 18, 2020

Hayat is a 65-year-old woman living in Ashrafieh, a community in the eastern part of Beirut. She lived through the long years of civil war in Lebanon with her daughter Nancy, and her son Shadi. At 2 years old, Shadi lost his hearing and his ability to speak when a bomb exploded too close to his home.

Helping the injured after the blast in Beirut

November 9, 2020

Many of Beirut’s inhabitants were seriously injured when explosions ripped through the city’s port on August 4th. Humanity and Inclusion’s (HI) voluntary workers have been reaching out to the residents of two Beirut neighbourhoods — Quarantine and Basta — to provide physiotherapy, cash assistance and emergency equipment to the injured and people with disabilities. Since the explosion, HI has provided aid to 500 people.

Young Canadian fiddler raises funds for Beirut

November 9, 2020

When the explosion happened in the port of Beirut, Max knew he wanted to help the people of Lebanon. Keeping in mind COVID-19 and personal safety, Max asked his parents for help setting up a virtual concert, a livestream on Facebook that could be shared with friends and family.

A reason to dance

November 2, 2020

Kayampork is a widow and mother of four children from the Upper East Region of Ghana. In October 2019, torrential rains caused devastating flooding in the region. People lost their livelihoods because farms and houses were submerged in the floods and more than 26,000 people were displaced and living with relatives or in temporary shelters.

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Your support is vital in helping us reach survivors of disasters. There are many different ways to help. Find out how.