Founded in 2000, Rainbow World Fund is the world's first and only all-volunteer, LGBT-based humanitarian aid organization. RWF's mission is to promote peace, unity and hope by leading the LGBT movement in participating in local and humanitarian relief efforts. RWF works to help people affected by natural disasters, hunger, poverty, disease, oppression and war by raising awareness in, and funds from, the LGBT community to support relief efforts around the world. Learn more here.
Action Alert: On March 13, The island nation of Vanuatu was struck by Cyclone Pam. Half of the population is now homeless. Twenty four deaths have been confirmed, the toll is expected to rise. Please be part of the LGBT community's caring response. RWF's long-term partner, CARE, is on the ground providing aid. 100% of donations to RWF's disaster relief fund will go directly to helping those most in need. Donate today please specify "Pam".
Completed and Ongoing Projects
RWF has donated over $4 million in
humanitarian aid (financial grants,
medicine, medical equipment) on behalf of
the LGBT community to people in need around
the world. See what your generosity has
Join RWF On A Humanitarian Aid
Encounter new lands and peoples in a way
that values them, deepens your spirituality,
broadens your worldview and begins to heal
the world. Learn about the cultural,
historical, spiritual, and political
realties of the developing world. Explore
human rights issues with a people whose
traditions span centuries of development.
Experience ancient, colonial, and modern
influences that have molded cultures of
unique strength and deep faith. Help deliver
medical and educational supplies ... be
RWF World Tree of Hope
Do you have a wish for the world? Give your
wish wings and help decorate the RWF World Tree of Hope, our annual global project to
inspire hope and encourage people to think
about what they would like for the future of
the world. The Tree is RWF's gift to the
world, and reflects our philosophy of
building bridges and sharing the message
that we are all one human family. We are
collecting wishes for the tree year-round.
Be part of this symbol of