Coronavirus Pandemic

MAP International is responding to urgent needs in the United States and around the world. 


Through our partners, we have been able to serve the needs of patients, healthcare professionals, police officers, firefighters, homeless communities and those with special needs and disabilities.

  • Working with the US Southern Command’s Public Private Cooperation Division to provide Honduras with 1,300 Disaster Health Kits (DHKs) that contain personal hygiene supplies (including 27 pallets of personal care wipes) to fight the spread of the coronavirus, while providing 3,626 DHKs for US partners.

  • Shipping over 1,186 pallets of much-needed health supplies, including wipes, masks, hygiene products, and personal protective equipment across the United States and abroad.

  • Collaborating with The Salvation Army, The Cleveland Clinic, US Southern Command’s Public Private Cooperation Division and Send Relief to ensure that medicines and health supplies are reaching those who need them most.

Future responses are being coordinated throughout the United States.


In the early days of the pandemic, MAP helped to limit the spread of the virus by airlifting 3,000,000 masks, 300,000 pairs of gloves and more than 10,000 protective suits to our partners serving communities impacted by the coronavirus in China and several other countries.

MAP medicines, masks, gloves, soap and more are currently being used internationally in places like El Salvador, Nigeria, Italy, Philippines, Ethiopia, Haiti and Guatemala to combat the virus – and more shipments are planned.

Please join us in praying for all who are affected by this pandemic and please help support our relief efforts by making a gift today.


  • A gift of less than $10 provides a 1000 tablet bottle of fever-reducing medication to serve many.

  • A gift of less than $30 provides 300 pairs of gloves for health professionals who are responding to this global health crisis.

  • A gift of $50 provides clean water for a family for years.

  • A gift of $100 provides 10 Disaster Health Kits, which includes soap and basic hygiene products to prevent the spread of disease.


About Your Donation

  • MAP International (EIN: 36-2586390), one of America's top charities, is a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. 

  • Your gift to MAP is fully tax-deductible as permitted by the law.  No goods or services were received in exchange for this contribution. 

  • If a project is oversubscribed, we will reassign gifts to a similar need that most closely matches your designated event.

  • Gifts marked for a particular program are used as requested until that need is fully met. 

How MAP Responds To Those Affected by Disasters


In times of disaster, we provide critical medical relief and aid to families affected by the disaster.

Through the support of donors like you, we have decades of experience responding to disasters worldwide for through our global and domestic partnerships. 

We focus on helping communities save lives and restore health. Most importantly, this work begins with YOU and your partnership in support of our mission.

MAP maintains an Interagency Emergency Health Kit, ready to airlift, to provide 10,000 people with medicines and health supplies for 90 days following a disaster.

MAP also readies its signature Disaster Health Kits (DHK) to support one person living in a shelter for one week. MAP DHKs include antiseptic wipes, soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste, and other essential items.

Because we never know when and where a disaster will strike, we have to remain ready to respond. Your gift to our Disaster Fund allows us to keep this life-changing medicines, prepared to move.

What's in a MAP Disaster Health Kit?

MAP Disaster Health Kits provide basic health supplies, such as toothbrushes, bandages, soap, and basic first aid supplies that help protect people from disease and prevent secondary illnesses and even death.

Most of all, they let those devastated by a disaster know that others have not forgotten them in the middle of their great loss.

View the video on the right to see the contents of a MAP International Disaster Health Kit.