International Relief Teams alleviates the suffering caused by poverty and disaster around the globe, from the forgotten corners of the world to right here at home, by sending volunteer teams, relief supplies, and other assistance to improve the lives of those who suffer most.
IRT has worked in 70 countries around the globe.
in food, medicine, relief supplies, and volunteer services to families worldwide since 1988.
for 17 consecutive years.
The Rohingya, an ethnic group of one million from Myanmar, is considered the world's most persecuted minority. Nearly 1 million Rohingya refugees now reside in Bangladesh after fleeing sustained violence and ethnic cleansing by the Myanmar government. These refugees now live in makeshift camps along the border and the camps continue to grow every month. They are completely dependent on humanitarian aid for their survival.
With your help, we are providing food in the United States for families deeply affected by the coronavirus pandemic. We are also providing personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers in India facing the worst COVID outbreak in the world right now.
Sweet little Chuy was only six years old when his mother tied him up with rope. Then she beat him with a paddle and a hose. At nine years old, Chuy’s mother abandoned him and he had no other choice but to live with his abusive, alcoholic stepfather.