Corporate donation

Pedram Yazdi / CICR
Five month old Abdikaafi Jimaale weighs just over three kilogrammes. His grandmother Fatuma Ali took him into Kismayo General Hospital’s stabilisation centre.
Image: Pedram Yazdi / CICR

A donation to the Red Cross is a good way for companies to show their social responsibility.

If you have questions concerning corporate donations, please contact us:

  • Tuuli Lahti, tuuli.lahti(a), tel. +358 (0) 40 359 3938
    Or send email
  • Making a donation

Your company can support the activities of Red Cross both in Finland and abroad. 

Please choose the most suitable donation cause from the following options:

Disaster Relief Fund

Funds donated to the Disaster Relief Fund will enable the Finnish Red Cross to respond to aid needs quickly and efficiently in Finland and abroad. With funds from the general Disaster Relief Fund, we support long-term development cooperation and the victims of disasters, conflicts or epidemics throughout the world. The funds of the Disaster Relief Fund are also used in Finland to help families that have run into difficult situations due to a sudden accident, for example.

Read more about our activities around the world.

Through the Disaster Relief Fund, you can direct your donation to certain area, country, disaster, conflict or a cause, for example: Jemen, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Syria, emergency aid in Finland, preparedness operations or to the Disaster Relief Fund in general.

Causes in Finland

You can direct your donation to Youth Emergency Shelters or domestic operations in general.

In Finland, the activities of the Finnish Red Cross include training volunteers for friend visitor and first aid activities, maintaining preparedness for disasters and maintaining the Youth Emergency Shelters.

Finnish Red Cross also helps refugees by opening emergency reception centres or emergency accommodation for asylum seekers as required. Volunteers are important support persons in the reception of asylum seekers and in supporting their integration in the country.

Read more about our activities in Finland.