Violence forced millions from their homes in Syria. In a war that took hundreds of thousands of lives and forced millions from their homes, traumatized refugees are desperate for medical care and support. Consequently, the Syrian refugee crisis needs urgent attention.

Did you know? Over 50% of Syrian refugees are children. One way you can help is to be informed and be a voice for those in need during this crisis

Moreover, many families who escaped the bloody war face a dangerous decision. Basically they can struggle to survive in refugee camps and settlements or risk their lives on the tough journey across Europe in search of safe, new lives.

Syrians need our help

You are making a positive impact in the Syrian refugee crisis and on these families who are in desperate need.

Presently, volunteers are packing thousands of donated refugee kits that will help families on harrowing journeys stay safe and healthy. Volunteer and staff doctors are providing urgently-needed medical and dental care for children in refugee settlements in Lebanon. Mothers are receiving support to keep their infants safe on long journeys with nothing but the few clothes and supplies they can carry on their backs.

However, the need continues to grow in the Syria. In some places, local infrastructure is straining under growing, desperate needs. Additionally, without our support, the Syrian refugee crisis situation has the potential of destabilizing entire regions and countries.

Be informed and be a voice for those in need.

Here are a few quick facts about the Syrian refugee crisis:

  • More than 4.5 million Syrians are registered as refugees. This number continues to rise.
  • Over 50% of Syrian refugees are children.
  • The Syrian civil war has lasted more than 4.5 years. It started as peaceful anti-government protests. The government reacted violently and rebels began fighting back in response.
  • 4,500 refugees died trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea. 
  • In one month, you provided care and supplies for thousands of Syrian refugees in crisis in 32 settlements in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon.

Your support is urgently needed. Save a life, donate now.