This holiday season, make an impact and spark hope for vulnerable communities.
COVID-19 has triggered a devastating financial crisis and a pandemic of hunger around the world, leaving the most vulnerable communities in freefall. Emergency cash assistance and other rapid solutions enable families to stay afloat.
BRAC’s founder, Sir Fazle Hasan Abed, saw that the power of hope could spark light around the world.
“Poverty is not just poverty of money. We also see a poverty of self-esteem, hope, opportunity, and freedom. People trapped in a cycle of destitution often don’t realize their lives can be changed for the better through their own activities. Once they understand that, it’s like a light gets turned on.” -Sir Fazle Hasan Abed, BRAC Founder
This holiday season, stand with vulnerable families.
In this time of great need, make a gift to support the communities who need it most.
A lifeline helped her withstand an unprecedented crisis
When COVID-19 reached Chompa’s community in Bangladesh, she and her husband were out of work for 20 days. Forced to spend their savings and ration food, her children faced hunger. BRAC rapidly reached Chompa with emergency cash assistance, enabling her to survive the crisis and get back on her feet.
Our work in action
One man’s vision sparked hope for millions.
All of us at BRAC are committed to Sir Fazle’s vision of a more equitable world. Together, we can spark hope to equip the most vulnerable people with the tools to overcome poverty.