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Support our work with a fully tax-deductible donation. Your donation ensures that MAG can continue its lifesaving work. Individual giving allows us to expand into new conflict zones, support current initiatives, or provide emergency humanitarian assistance.


Fundraise on behalf of MAG.  The opportunities are endless for you to create excitement and awareness about mine action in your local community, while raising money for the cause.  Hold a film screening, make a lemonade stand, entertain with a wine tasting - these can all be the basis to raise money to remove landmines and unexploded ordnance and transform the lives of people in affected communities.


Follow or MAG America Facebook on (MAG AMERICA), Twitter (@MAGAMERICA), and join our email list for updates from the field. Keep your finger on the pulse of international news -- through the eyes of those on the ground. By receiving our e-newsletter, you'll be directly connected to breaking news and everything going on in the world of MAG.


Spread the word to friends and family through FACEBOOK or TWITTER. You can also access our NEWS page to learn more about the weapons we remove, other perspectives on MAG's work, and stories about the countries in which we work.


Wear MAG SWAG like our t-shirts, yoga pants, bags, water bottles, and more. All proceeds from MAG Swag sales go to our work, so wear your MAG pride with a super cool t-shirt, trendy bag, or even a gold-plated bracelet.

You can also donate and buy items on our online consignment store 80% of the proceeds go to MAG.


Explore the world by taking a trip or participating in a challenge. Sign up for the Death Valley Cycle Challenge in November, go on a trek through Cambodia and Vietnam, or travel to one of MAG's programs and get an insider look at the impact of our work.


Watch one of our short films on YouTube. In May 2011, MAG America filmed its first movie, Surviving the Peace, in Laos. You can view the film, watch short informational videos explaining the issue, or view a slideshow of award-winning photos by MAG's Sean Sutton.