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Darfur United on field playing through iAct RUSA Refugees United Soccer Academy program

Make an Impact:

It's donors like you that make it possible for us to ensure children have safe and joyful spaces to play and learn.


Your support is an investment in iACT’s ideas, people, and belief that humanitarian aid can meet the needs of refugees while being dynamic, refugee-led, transparent, and impactful.

  • iACT is a non-profit 501(c)(3)

  • Gifts are 100% tax-deductible

  • All donations are processed securely

  • As a donor, you’ll receive updates on how your gift helps communities

  • Any amount you give helps build refugee- and community-led programs

Teacher from African Republic with her students - support refugee-led early childhood education through Little Ripples iAct program


Support refugee-led early childhood education. 

Donate to iAct - partner with people affected by war and conflict, to amplify their voices and create opportunities for them to thrive


Help iACT sustain our mission and vision. 

Support soccer programs for refugees through iAct program


Support soccer programs for conflict-affected youth. 

Refugees in the iAct Soccer Program


Ensure your philanthropic vision lives on.


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Murtada Haroun
Project Coordinator, Chad


Murtada has been a part of the iACT family since he was 12 years old. He refers to himself as an “iACT kid.”

"We ask the donors to continue their support for iACT because it saved the lives of thousands of refugees and is still continuing to support it. We also ask the iACT family particularly and the American community in general to cooperate fully to achieve the goals of the organization. Because there are still afflicted nations and in desperate need of help. And iACT has provided services to refugees in a different way, while the rest of the organizations are working, such as: football academy, kindergarten centers, agricultural and animal projects, providing in-kind assistance and also the refugees themselves leading iACT. Finally, I thank all the team and the iACT family. I wish you good health."

Murtada from Chad with iAct Founder
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