Mercy Ships Cargo Day 2019

You can help us make a lasting impact in Africa.

The global shipping and trading community joins together to raise support for Mercy Ships, an NGO operating the world’s largest civilian hospital ship, serving in the poorest countries in the world.

Your participation is changing the lives of those in need! Join the movement today.



Official partner

how it works


Sign up here

Before 6th of November

Fill out the form.

Shipowners, service companies

and associations make a pledge.


Announce Mercy Cargo(es)

On 6th of November

Charterers and Shipbrokers can

Submit their Mercy Cargo(es) by email

or by phone: +41 76 561 65 54.


Donate 50%

of commission

An invoice will be sent to

the Shipbrokers and Port Agents.


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Given so far




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$25'000 or more

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Your gift goes further

Alongside financial donations given towards our Mercy Ships programmes which provide surgeries and world-class medical care in Africa, twice as much is received through the combination of generous gift-in-kind from corporate sponsors and services provided by our volunteer crew who pay for the privilege of serving onboard. This model also helps us to provide hope and healing at no charge to our patients and their families.


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