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Giving Tuesday 2023

An opportunity to double your lifesaving impact with Doctors Without Borders.

Emergency response in Kwamouth 11

Democratic Republic of Congo 2022 © Johnny Vianney Bissakonou/MSF

An opportunity to double your lifesaving impact 

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) continues to save lives and respond to medical emergencies around the world, including the Israel-Gaza Conflict, the crisis in Sudan, earthquakes in Afghanistan, Syria, and Türkiye, and more. 

During this year’s Giving Week, your tax-deductible gift will be doubled. Donate now so that your impact will go twice as far to help us deliver lifesaving medical aid all over the world.

Make a MATCHED gift that will save lives

Give during our Giving Tuesday match campaign and your tax-deductible gift will be DOUBLED. 

Donate now

What is Giving Tuesday?

Giving Tuesday is a special day of generosity when people around the globe come together to raise awareness and support non-profit organizations and causes.

When is Giving Tuesday 2023?

Giving Tuesday is observed annually on the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving. This year, Giving Tuesday is on November 28, 2023. 

Latest news and stories

Palestinians line up for food and water in Gaza during the war with Israel in October 2023.

Why the US must support an immediate ceasefire in Gaza

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MSF doctors perform surgery in the operating theater at Bashair Teaching Hospital in Khartoum, Sudan.

Sudan: End the ban on lifesaving surgical supplies

The ban is unconscionable, it violates the laws of war, and it must be immediately reversed.

MSF distributes winter supplies in the worst-hit camps for displaced people, northwest Syria, in October 2023.

Helping displaced people get through winter in northwestern Syria

The coming winter poses significant health risks to the two million displaced people living in tents in Idlib province.

How your Giving Tuesday donation helps

Your Giving Tuesday gift supports a powerful movement of nearly 68,000 doctors, nurses, logistical staff, and other experts doing whatever it takes to provide lifesaving medical and mental health care to those most in need every single day in more than 70 countries.

For over 50 years, MSF has remained dedicated to our values of independence and neutrality. We provide care based solely on need, irrespective of race, religion, gender, or political affiliation. And when a disaster strikes—such as an earthquake or violent conflict—MSF teams are among the first to leap into action. 

In 2023 alone, we were able to continue coordinating medical activities in Gaza during the first few days of the Israeli-Gaza war, helped displaced people get through winter in northwestern Syria, provide mental health to migrants in Honduras, and much more.  

Giving Tuesday is an especially meaningful day for all of us at MSF. It’s a chance to step forward and show our health care workers that we support them. And it’s a chance to make sure we have the resources we need—everything from personal protective equipment to testing supplies—for the long road ahead. That’s why we're proud to participate in #GivingTuesday and provide matching funds to make a greater impact. 

Read more about our financial accountability & reporting and how we use donations to reach people in need. 

How will my Giving Tuesday donation be matched?

Act now and your tax-deductible gift will be doubled up to $250,000, thanks to a generous matching grant from Worthington & Margaret Mayo-Smith.

Medical aid where it’s needed most

MSF goes wherever in the world we’re needed most. Our teams are providing medical and mental health care in active war zones such as Gaza, Sudan, and Ukraine, where civilians are still caught in the crossfire. And just last month, we supported the mental health of people fleeing Nagorno-Karabakh in Armenia. 

MSF teams are often on the ground when unexpected crises develop: while combating a measles epidemic we may notice that many children in the region are also suffering from severe malnutrition

It’s steady support from monthly donors—our Field Partners—who provide the reliable resources we need to pivot quickly. Field Partners make it possible for us to send our teams the supplies they need to address an emerging crisis before further death or suffering occurs.