Fruit salesman, Babagana Malam Idrissa (35),  in Maiduguri, Nigeria. 2018
Photo: Beate Simarud/NRC
Read caption Babagana (second from left) signed up for one of NRC's courses called “How to do business” and successfully opened up his own fruit stand in Maiduguri, Nigeria. By doing so his family did not only create work for themselves, they were also an inspiration for their local community and future business men and women. Photo: Beate Simarud/NRC.
A corporate partnership with NRC is an exchange of expertise where businesses and corporations play an important role in humanitarian response.

In order to meet the needs of more than 80 million displaced people worldwide, we need to unite forces across sectors and work together as one team. Through mutual partnerships we are dedicated to finding unique solutions for people who have been forced to flee, helping them build a sustainable future for themselves and their communities.

We take great pride in tailoring each partnership to help you maximising your social impact and achieve your strategic objectives. in order to do so, we have a dedicated corporate team that personally follow up all partner correspondence, offer strategic advising and can assist with field trips if desired.

Curious to learn more about our partnership opportunities?

Reach out to any of our corporate advisers and they can set up an informal chat to discuss our shared values and potential for cooperation.


Three reasons to partner with NRC



Take a global stand

    The global displacement situation is one of our times largest challenges. A partnership with NRC can help you maximise your social impact and contribute to solving a global challenge.




Exchange expertise

    The global displacement situation affects everyone everywhere in every sector. Get unique insight from our experienced humanitarian workers and face challenges together.




Be the first

    We work hard to find the best solutions and deliver services in areas where few other organisations operates. A partnership with NRC could mean an opportunity to discover innovative solutions to people in most need of our assistance.


Learn more about the benefits of a partnership with NRC and how we work, in our Corporate Partnership Overview.

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Bank transfer and giving platforms


Bank transfer: 

Use the information below to make a donation by bank transfer.

IBAN #: NO59 8210 0465 007

Norwegians can use account number 8200.06.80008 and mark the payment "Corporate gift".



If you are a user of the Benevity workplace giving platform, you can donate to our cause by searching for “Norwegian Refugee Council” while logged in to your Benevity account. 


Global Giving: 

If you are a user of the Global Giving platform, you can donate to our cause by clicking here


Friends of NRC

Friends of NRC is an initiative driven by the NRC. It's a platform that NRC has created for those who share a strong commitment to our mission and want to help us raise awareness.

With Friends of NRC, we are providing a platform which equips our supporters with the relevant resources needed to raise awareness about the global displacement situation and NRC's work.

Find out how you can make a change here.

Funding and transparency

NRC is a strongly principled organisation. We believe in transparency and hold ourselves accountable to our donors, partners, staff and the displaced people we serve. To maintain the integrity of our work, we adhere to these principles:

Non-discrimination and respect for human dignity:

We are dedicated to providing support for the most vulnerable – regardless of nationality, ethnicity, gender, religion, political views or disabilities.


We ensure that details on how we work and where our funds go are accessible and visible. Our information aligns with the standards of the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI). Read more about our commitment to accountability.

Anti corruption:

Corruption, theft and mismanagement are common in many of the countries where we operate. NRC has robust anti-corruption and risk management systems. We hold our partners to the same high standards.


More than 90 per cent of NRC's costs are used in the crisis-affected countries where we operate. NRC’s current administrative costs average between 9-10% of our global budget. Read more about our finances.

Ethical guidelines:

Our partners share our values on human rights, employees' rights, the environment and anticorruption. We don't partner with companies whose main business comes from weapons sales, alcohol or tobacco related products. Read our Ethical Guidelines on corporate partnerships.

Monitoring and evaluation:

We routinely reflect on our experiences and projects in the field, critically assessing our projects at the field and management levels.

At NRC, we take pride in the principles of our humanitarian action.