World Concern

World Concern is a U.S.-based, Christian humanitarian relief and development organization working in Africa, Asia and the Americas. Established in 1955, World Concern works to alleviate suffering among the poor in developing countries and to address the root causes in each context. World Concern’s primary strategy is community-based, integrated development. World Concern works in multiple sectors to build the capacity of village-based groups, nongovernmental partners and other counterparts to lead and sustain their development. World Concern is committed to best practices of inclusive, participatory and accountable relief and development and maintains rigorous standards of both financial and program monitoring. Program assistance is provided on the basis of need alone, without regard to race, creed or religion. Worldwide, World Concern offers life, opportunity and hope to more than 6 million people annually.

Primary Address

19303 Fremont Ave. N.; PO Box 33000, MS #44

Seattle, WA 98133


ordered by most recently updated

  • Holistic Food Security in Haiti

    A project from 4 different sectors

    This project aims to help households cope with the current situation of food insecurity. World Concern will work holistically with different farming groups and vulnerable households, collaborating with local... Learn more

    Last updated November 17, 2020

  • One Village Transformed (OVT) - Bais D'Orange

    A project from 5 different sectors

    The goal of this project is to strengthen the resilience of farmers, community leaders and families in food security, access to water, economic growth and socio-physical and spiritual development. As part of... Learn more

    Last updated June 6, 2019

  • One Village Transformed Cluster Gaillard

    A project from 5 different sectors

    This village-based program will target the area of Haut Gaillard, located in the rural mountains East of Jacmel City in the South East Province of Haiti, addressing some of the most significant challenges like... Learn more

    Last updated June 6, 2019