Why should I support Première Urgence Internationale?
Première Urgence Internationale is an international solidarity NGO. It gives support to populations that have been made vulnerable by wars, conflicts, natural disasters, and pandemics, and who have been forced to flee, leaving everything behind them.
For over 35 years, thanks to the range of projects it carries out in the field, Première Urgence Internationale has supported these vulnerable populations. We are having to deal with increasing numbers of crises and regional flare-ups, as well as with the need to provide a high-quality response to all of these suffering people.
We mobilise our teams on a daily basis to meet the essential needs of four million people every year: food, water, and shelter.
Première Urgence Internationale is continuing to act in the face of major regional crises and it is constantly adjusting its responses to take new emergencies into account: in the case of wars, conflicts, and natural catastrophes, responding as soon as possible after the beginning of the crisis is essential.
To help the most vulnerable people, we need to have funds we can mobilise quickly in order to respond to emergencies
It’s thanks to you and your support that we are able to quickly carry out and anticipate measures to take.
Why is it better to make regular donations?
By scheduling regular donations using direct debits, you can stagger your support to causes close to your heart.
Supporting us through a regular donation also allows us to keep collection costs low and to continue to allocate almost all of our resources to our social missions.
Every year, Première Urgence Internationale allocates 94% of its funds to its social missions, and just 0.5% on fundraising.
You can also send your donations by cheque, accompanied by this slip, to:
Première Urgence Internationale
2 rue Auguste Thomas
To give us your long-term support, you can also send us a completed direct debit form.
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