Get Involved

There are a number of ways you can get involved with MAG America.


You can support our work  with an online donation. Your donation is fully tax-deductible. This ensures that MAG can continue its life-saving work around the world.

MAG America is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, tax-exempt number 52-2302253. Your dedication and passion for our cause is helping to change the futures of ordinary citizens in countries where violence and conflict are either a recent memory or an everyday reality.

MAG’s work ensures that landmines, unexploded ordnance (UXO), and other remnants of war, do not impede  access to schoolyards, farmlands, rivers, and critical routes. Removing these objects help alleviate one of the major barriers to community and economic revitalization.

 Individual giving allows us to expand into recent conflict zones, support current programs, or provide emergency response.  Recurring giving ensures that you are helping provide constant, year-round assistance to the people who need it most.


You can fundraise on behalf of MAG America. There are a number of things you could use as the basis of your fundraiser, such as hold a film screening of one of our Surviving the Peace documentaries. The possibilities are endless, and you can have fun while helping us build a future where people can live free from fear of remnants of war.

Contact us to discuss your unique ideas for fundraising.


Follow MAG America on  Facebook and  Twitter to stay up-to-date with the latest news and stories. You can also sign up for our monthly newsletter by filling out your information in the right-hand column of this page. We share stories from the field, keep you in touch with the difference you’re helping make, and bring you the latest news from the mine action world.


You can see the difference MAG makes for yourself with one of our short films on YouTube. In May 2011, MAG America filmed its first movie, Surviving the Peace, in Laos. You can  watch the film here, or watch other  short videos showcasing MAG’s work and impact here.

Happy children in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Children on land cleared by MAG of mines and unexploded bombs.

Photo: Sean Sutton/MAG