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Gavi is a global alliance that protects half the world’s children through vaccination. Since Gavi was established in 2000, its mission to save lives, reduce poverty and protect the world against the threat of epidemics has helped vaccinate more than 822 million children in 77 countries.

To maintain global security, social cohesion and economic stability, we must value vaccines as one of the most successful and cost-effective health investments in history. As we stand side by side with countries to battle COVID-19, the Vaccine Alliance maintains a relentless focus on keeping immunisation programmes running, to ensure the pandemic leaves no one behind – including the 10.6 million children in disadvantaged communities who are still not receiving even the first dose of basic vaccinations.

Donate to Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance. Credit: Gavi/2018/Tony Noel

Donate to Gavi

UK Taxpayer

If you are a United Kingdom (UK) taxpayer, you can make a donation to Gavi through Charities Trust, which handles donations in the UK on Gavi’s behalf.

Charities Trust is registered with the Charity Commission (registered charity number 327489). 100% of contributions received through Charities Trust will go to support Gavi’s life-saving work around the world.
 


US Taxpaxer

If you are a United States (US) taxpayer, you can make a donation to Gavi through the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) of America.

100% of contributions to Gavi received through CAF America will support Gavi’s life-saving work around the world.
 


Canada Taxpaxer

If you are a Canada taxpayer, you can make a donation to the Canadian Friends of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, through the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) of Canada.

100% of contributions to Gavi received through CAF Canada will support Gavi’s life-saving work around the world.
 


Mastercard

Mastercard is supporting Gavi to accelerate equitable access to childhood vaccines. Everyone can donate to Gavi through Mastercard's donation platform

Gavi is not able to provide a tax receipt for this donation method.

In addition to our core work, Gavi launched the Gavi COVAX Advance Market Commitment (AMC) in June 2020. It’s the financing instrument that will enable people in 92 lower-income economies to access safe and effective donor-funded COVID-19 vaccines through the COVAX Facility at the same time as 98 higher-income, self-financing countries receive their doses. The more funds Gavi receives, the more people will be protected against the virus.

Donate to Gavi COVAX AMC

UK Taxpayer

If you are a United Kingdom (UK) taxpayer, you can make a donation to the Gavi COVAX Advance Market Commitment (AMC) through Charities Trust, which handles donations in the UK on Gavi’s behalf.

Charities Trust is registered with the Charity Commission (registered charity number 327489). 100% of contributions received through Charities Trust will go to support Gavi’s life-saving work around the world.
 


Canada Taxpaxer

If you are a Canada taxpayer, you can make a donation to the Canadian Friends of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, through the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) of Canada.

100% of contributions to Gavi received through CAF Canada will support Gavi’s life-saving work around the world.
 


TransferWise

TransferWise is waiving all fees on donations to support the Gavi COVAX Advance Market Commitment (AMC) up to a total of US$ 7 million. And because TransferWise doesn't mark up the exchange rates, 100% of your contribution will go to the Gavi COVAX AMC, no matter which currency you donate in.

Gavi is not able to provide a tax receipt for this donation method.

CONTACT

For any questions related to donations, please contact donate@gavi.org.


Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance only accepts individual donations through one of the platforms listed on this page. Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance does not accept any responsibility for or any liability with respect to the use of individual or crowd-sourced donations made through platforms and their corresponding website displaying the Gavi logo, Gavi’s name or otherwise claiming a connection with Gavi that are not listed on this page.

Last updated: 17 Feb 2021

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