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5 Ways to Celebrate World Humanitarian Day

World Humanitarian Day is a day to honor and celebrate humanitarian efforts worldwide and to recognize the importance of supporting people in crisis and need. Humanitarians demonstrate giving in all they do, often putting their own lives in danger to help others. This day is a time to celebrate those who are helping others every day and a day to start giving to help others and raise awareness about humanitarians worldwide.

Many people around the world celebrate World Humanitarian Day and one thing you can do is to learn about the history of World Humanitarian Day and share it with others. There are many other ways to celebrate this day and the people who assist others #NoMatterWhat and we are here to give you some ideas.

5 Ways to Celebrate World Humanitarian Day.

Celebrate Humanitarians

One way you can give back on World Humanitarian Day is to celebrate our humanitarians. This can be done by simply sharing your best wishes and your gratitude to humanitarians. When you celebrate humanitarians it can really show others the lengths these great people go through.


Join on Social Media

You can spread the word about World Humanitarian Day on social media, it’s a great way to promote this fantastic day on all platforms. Posting about World Humanitarian Day on social media is great to get others aware, participate, and be educated about this day dedicated to humanitarians.  When you share on social media it shows that you’re a part of a group who wants to shine a light on the positive impact on humanitarian work.


One thing you can give to celebrate giving on World Humanitarian Day is to donate. Donating to an organization that supports Humanitarian Goals is a great way to show support for Humanitarians. By donating you also support the ongoing efforts and humanitarian workers with a donation. Here are a few organizations to donate to: Partners in Health, Mercy Corps, and World Central Kitchen.

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Participate in World Humanitarian Day Events

Something you can do to give on this special day is give up your valuable time to participate in the World Humanitarian Day themes. Every year World Humanitarian Day has themes, and this year’s theme is #NoMatterWhat meaning that, although “Humanitarian work is difficult and dangerous, we don’t give up on our commitment to overcome the challenges and deliver life-saving assistance to people in need, #NoMatterWhat.”

Be your Own Humanitarian

Anyone can be a humanitarian, and day of the year, and you don’t have to travel across the world to demonstrate it. The key to being a humanitarian is to always make a difference and listen to the people you want to help. When you focus more on giving, you will feel more rewarded in the experience.

Remember that the essence of World Humanitarian Day is to promote empathy, understanding, and support for those in need. Whatever action you take, big or small, contributes to creating a more compassionate and empathetic world.

Here are some recent blogs for further reading on ideas for giving:

How To Do Good and Be a Force for Good in the World Today

How to Make Big Changes in Your Life and World in Just One Day

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