3,450$ Collected by Elio Massih for Shiva “the unbreakable” Karout, who is representing our beloved country in the upcoming IPF World Powerlifting Championship in Minsk (Belarus)

160,528$ Collected by Farah Habbal for her daughter Mila an SMA patient who needs ZOLGENSMA

3,355$ Collected by Joe Chedid to rebuild his fire damaged house where 2 families live

1,612$ Collected by Rawan Dakik a young mountaineer who climbed the Everest mountain for Kids First association

20,014$ Collected by Basecamp Beirut for Lebanese families affected by the Beirut explosion to help them enjoy Christmas.

66,964$ Collected by Fadi Nacouzi for baby Aline Makari to do liver transplantation as soon as possible.

7,320$ Collected by the House of Christmas to distribute 600 baskets with Christmas goodies.

4,365$ Collected by Patrick Daoud & Lebnene Ele to help 22 families stay in their homes.

7,620$ Collected by Mission Lebanon and mountaineer Rami Rasamni to support Chef Tina Wazirian with food distribution throughout Lebanon.

1,515$ Collected by Walid Jabbour & Mission Lebanon to provide oxygen machines to our homes.

2,323$ Collected by Hussam Kawwas to do a surgery for baby Adam called Selective Dorsal Rizothomy (SDR)

1,873$ Collected by Baytna Baytak to provide healthcare workers with apartments & hotel rooms.

10,522$ Collected by Lebanese Vegans for the only animal rights and vegan support center of its kind.

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Donate To Educate
With all the hardships Lebanese are going through, 1.500 children are now at risk of losing access to education and their future, and thousands of children in the region will no longer have access to school. Two schools, Saint Coeurs School and Notre Dame Machmouche School - both located in Jezzine, Southern Lebanon and the only two schools serving 52 nearby villages - will be forced to close their doors unless they receive urgent and immediate help: Both schools have existed for over 100 years, and have historically been subsidized by the Ministry of Social Affairs, but have stopped receiving any aid since 2016. Without assistance and without your help, both schools will cease to exist. A donation of 4,000,000 Lebanese Pounds (an equivalent of 180 USD ( fresh) approximately) can finance the tuition of a child for an entire year. Please donate today to offer these children and Lebanon a better life and future, which they truly deserve to see. Our ultimate goal is to raise a total of $90,000 in order to keep the schools running for the upcoming year. We are raising these funds through Loubnaniyoun, an NGO founded in June 2012 under Decree Number 1140, that supports education through scholarship programs and that will take zero administrative cost on your donations. Every penny of your donations will go directly to the two schools. Please help us transform the lives of thousands children. We would sincerely appreciate any support you can offer to help Lebanese in need.

$8,362 raised of $90,000


Stop Bouggie's Cry
I found by coincidence Yorki in the street near my work in 2007. I thought that I would ever love a dog, but Yorki literally changed my Life since then.. A couple of years later, in 2011, Cookie was brought to the family. And with Yorki, Cookie gave birth to Bouggie in 2012. Sadly, in June 2018, Yorki passed away after a long battle with cancer. It was heartbreaking for me. In the beginning of 2019, Bouggie’s behaviour became very weird. He couldn’t move his neck and if someone touched him he would start screaming. This was very unfamiliar because since the day he was born, Bouggie was a hyperactive dog, joyful and very playful. Hence, after taking him to the veterinary in February 2019, Bouggie was diagnosed with Intervertebral Disc Disease. The veterinary gave Bouggie anti-inflammatories, and he’s been on them for the last 2 years. However, with time Bouggie’s disk started hardening. This is where, in the beginning of February 2021, and in addition to Bouggie’s constant pain, Bouggie started losing his capacity to walk. So we did the surgery in the beginning of April 2021 ,and Bouggie start walking again. Now before around one month Bouggie start crying and stop walking again . I contacted his doctor so he ask for a new MRI . So when he checked the MRI he said that the disk in the same place . To be honest I didn’t believe what he said . so I took the MRI to another doctor ,and as you can see in the MRI report in the 1st operation they removed a wrong disk c5-c6 , when they should remove c3-c4 as per the MRI report. Now Bouggie as you can see in the video attached to this case can’t walk and keep crying all the time, and need a surgery as soon as possible, and will cost 850USD. In the 1st operation I paid everything MRI, Blood Test ,Operation and medicines when the dollar rate was around 12000 . Now with 25000 lira/USD I paid again MRI ,Blood test and Lecture outside Lebanon for the MRI Pictures to make the comparison between the old and the new MRI. Bouggie is my best friend and I feel that he is a part of my heart ,I can’t see him crying and do nothing but I’m unable to pay the operation cost and the doctor doesn’t make any discount , I should work for around 5 or 6 months to get the operation fees . I need your help to save Bouggie’s life because he stops eating and I feel that I will lost him . If you need any further information or documents I’m ready .You can contact me by WhatsApp 03232998.

$0 raised of $850


Teach a Child with Special Needs
The Special Education Department at Adduha High School caters for children with communication disorders needs. The aim of the department was to provide its student with an integration setting, allowing them to benefit from the regular classrooms' setting and school activities, while also receiving the therapies and support they need. Due to the ongoing crisis in Lebanon, the regular classes at Adduha High School will be suspended for the academic year 2021-2022. Nevertheless, we are working hard to keep the special education department functioning in order to provide our students, and any student with special needs with the services they need and deserve. Our Special Education Department aims to be able to offer children with special needs with a welcoming non-judgmental environment where they benefit from Individualized Educational Plans, Speech and Language Therapy as well as Psychomotor Therapy. Some of the students joined our special education department 11 years ago when they were 3 years old; we've been tailoring their educational programs and adjusting them to their needs and potential throughout the past years. These students will have a very tough transition if they were to move to a different institution, or would have to stay at home for the coming academic year. By keeping our Special Education Department open, we will be able to continue providing them with their educational and therapeutic needs.

$2,867 raised of $20,000


Better Life, Better Living
Hello All, I'm Jean. Thank you for taking the time reading this, your kindness will sure make a difference. I'm one of thousands struggling in this country, but each one have his own story. I didn't want to share it, but I couldn't handle it by myself anymore. I was afraid from the truth, afraid from who is around me. I was fired from my job for finding out my sexual orientation, I was sexually assaulted, bullied, I was bitten, humiliated, shamed... And this start from the age of 8. I couldn't tell anyone, cause when your family is going through poorness and financial problems no one is in need of another devastating news to add to their shoulders. Everything happened to me, I kept it to myself. I went through bad days, I was emotionally drained, I tried to suicide couple of times... and believe me that no one was there, and even I I told someone, no one would've helped me. I found myself back this year, and my Mom and I decided to live alone, she had her share of this madness also. A friend of mine rented us an empty apartment, and offered me a job which I will start on January 3rd. This fundraising will help my Mom and I to: -Buy beds and some basic furniture and appliances -Food to keep us going these two months -Medical tests for my mom -Psychiatric help -And an amount of the money donated I will be paying it forward to a family in need during the holidays. It doesn't matter how much pride we have, asking for help is difficult, specially if you were on your own your entire life, trying to manage it day by day. Mom and I send you Heartfelt Thank You and Gratitude to whatever amount is donated, We will be remembering each and every one of you in our prayers. And for those who read this, Thank you, and even if you did not donate please please please take time to help others, listen to them, embrace them... It is great to receive but it is greater to give. and always remember that Your Kindness Can Make A Difference. Thank You

$0 raised of $2,000


Help Noha fight Pancreatic cancer
Help Noha fight Pancreatic cancer With the permission of Noha’s family, we are setting up this Medical fund as she fights for her life. Nine years ago, Noha was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, and today, what Noha needs for a 90% chance of becoming cancer-free are 4 courses of Nuclear treatment “177 Lutetium Dotatate” for her Metastatic Neuroendocrine Tumor. Each shot should be given to Noha once every 2 months. The government and the Ministry of Health in Lebanon have failed to provide basic needs to their people, including cancer medicine. So now we have one chance to raise 16.000 USD to get these courses for Noha, who has neared the end of her treatment and is about to get better, but now suddenly there are no more drugs left. For now, she has spent money to buy drugs at a much higher price on the black market. But she will not be able to afford to do this for long. On 26 Aug 2021, cancer patients rallied in front of a United Nations agency in Lebanon, in protest against a severe medicine shortage plaguing the country. Raising the slogan “We want cancer treatment,” families of cancer patients staged a sit-in near the Grand Serail on Thursday evening, “to protest the genocide of cancer patients,” demanding that medication for their treatment be secured. Can you believe it? In Lebanon, cancer patients -- with all their worries -- are forced to go down into the street and protest to demand medicine. So today, Noha’s friends and family, all together, we have decided to step up to help this dedicated mother fight the toughest battle of her life. We need your generous help to make that possible and reach people all over the world. YOUR SUPPORT, REGARDLESS OF THE AMOUNT, CAN MAKE A HUGE DIFFERENCE!

$0 raised of $16,000


Buddha's Pack - Urgent Appeal for Help
Buddha's pack is a boarding and rescue initiative based in Lebanon. It houses over 100 dogs. It is owned by a middle aged lady who works as a one-woman-show. Despite the cumulating crises (economic crisis, Beirut explosion... etc.) leading to difficult/unprecedented times and affecting all sectors of life, she never gave up on any of the dogs under her care, even sometimes at her own expense. Many were abandoned at her doorstep, while others were left there by their rescuers/guardians who were no longer able to afford their boarding and food fees. She ended up having over 60 dogs of her own. Her sole income was from the boarding facility. She had to move from her old location over a year ago because neighbors were bothered by the dogs. However, given the rush that her previous landlords put her in, she had to move to a place that has been causing her problems from day one and is less than ideal. She urgently needs to relocate before winter since the place is not ideal for summer, let alone winter time, and we need your help to achieve this goal and be able to cover the rent of the new location (as well as related construction costs) and the basic needs of the dogs (food, blankets, vaccines, microchips, water, deworming and defleaing pills... etc.). Anyone is welcome to visit tante Pascale's current location and witness her treatment of the dogs with their own eyes. Kindly donate. If you can't donate, share! Thank you in advance! Please, do reach out to us on +961 3 127 650 for more info!

$694 raised of $30,000


Support Fresh Graduates through Arneli Art Gallery
"Being an artist and pursuing my Master’s degree in Plastic Arts has given me a great insight on the challenges that artists face upon graduating. There has always been a great difficulty in knowing how to approach a gallery, to market and eventually sell an artwork. Having had the chance of working in the finest galleries of Beirut, I have decided to sum up all my experience and knowledge in this field and to contribute back to my fellow artists and showcase something exotic to the collectors. Due to the ever-growing emphases of online marketing and digital platforms in promoting not only products but even ideas, the art scene, like all other markets, has shifted in a remarkable way from actual galleries and spaces into numeric and digital forms. Thus, I have decided to create a virtual platform called “Arneli Art Gallery”, which is a tribute to my family name, to help and support emerging artists and fresh graduates and give them the chance to be explored by art collectors and art institutions, from all over the Globe. The young generation of Lebanese and Middle Eastern artists is full of talent and intellect. But unfortunately, not a lot of light is shed on them. New talents are always hesitantly embraced and invested in. Through my platform this is exactly what I aim to do. To give a chance and create an opportunity to those who have decided to dedicate their lives for Art and need this first, yet full step." Thus with your support, i would be able to turn the life of 15 artists around through implementing creative and targeted marketing strategies and make the Lebanese Art Scene fly higher than ever! Dzovig Arnelian

$161 raised of $15,000


Voice for the Voiceless
For more information, please contact me: +961 76447506 Gender hierarchy in Lebanon silences women and prevents them from identifying their rights and expressing their dignity. The reality is that marginalized genders, specifically anyone who identifies as a woman, are exposed to various forms of violence which affect their physical, mental, sexual and reproductive health! Not only that, but are also fundamentally believed that they are inferior. Yet, they still remain silent! Furthermore, some survivors choose to stay silent and refuse legal services in order to preserve their homes, their children and their dignity, or because they fear socio-economic, cultural, familial, sexual, verbal, psychological, or physical consequences. And even if they tried speaking up, they will often be the ones to be blamed: "Aya se3a kenit barrat l beit, kenit sekrane, kenit lebse asir..." This sheds light on the unreliability of the ISF and their lack of providing a secure environment for women residing in Lebanon to confide in. That is because the laws do not recognize domestic violence as a crime; therefore, they economically and psychologically undermine women that attempt to leave the household. For this reason, we aim to provide a voice for the voiceless! We believe that silence against violence is suffocating! For this reason, we believe that women should be empowered and learn the importance of self-love and self-acceptance to be able to recover from violence and trauma! By creating a safe space for women through the implementation of our project, the dedication of legal institutions to solve their cases, and the coordination with existing NGOs and activists, we hope to provide them with the tools and strength needed to keep violence away! We refuse women to become victims of violence!

$10 raised of $400


Support small Farmers for a better Tomorrow
The Farming Hope Program aims to help vulnerable and rural individual farmers across Lebanon. Its goal is to assist low-income farmers to better their food quality, improve their devastating living conditions, for them to begin a journey of self-sufficiency and financial independence, especially during these times of eco-social unrest. We are currently providing small farmers, living in severe and dire conditions, with 10 to 20 chickens, 2 years' worth of grains and hen food, marketing support, as well as technical and professional assistance, in direct collaboration with the Lebanese Agricultural Research Institute (LARI), and the Syndicate of Veterinarians in Lebanon, for them to maximize their farming efficiency and sustainability. These farmers must get all the support they need to survive, have access to decent living conditions, and generate income for their families. The goals of the Farming Hope Program are as follows: 1. Provide 10 to 20 hens to poor small farmers and 2 years' worth of grains and hen food. 2. Encourage small-scale, environmentally-friendly farming. 3. Secure an additional revenue stream source for small farmers, to help them improve their quality of life. 4. Empower women, by giving them a space to develop their household economic skills, and provide for their families basic needs, as another source of income. Each $8 donation is used to purchase a hen. Each $100 donation supplies 6 months of hen food for a coop. Each donation of $760 covers the cost of the entire coop's implementation. Any contribution you kindly choose to make would go a long way in helping us achieve our objectives would be highly appreciated.

$2,525 raised of $30,000


Help us support ending period poverty in Lebanon
The aim of this campaign is to support 50 women in vulnerable conditions by providing them with sanitary pads at reduced prices every month for one year. We will supply the sanitary pads to Therese for free, allowing her to sell them for the vulnerable women of the neighborhood at her Dekkéne in Gemmayze, at a subsidized price, and benefit herself from the profits in order to help her support the 3 families she’s responsible for. Reaching our target will allow us to support other small grocery shop owners like Therese. As a result of the economic crisis that hit Lebanon, the decimation of household incomes and hyperinflation of prices, a 500% increase in sanitary products has limited 66% of adolescent girls living in Lebanon from buying sanitary pads, and the percentage is still in increase. Families with reduced income are now forced to prioritize how they spend their tight budgets, women and girls from all backgrounds have suddenly found themselves struggling to purchase the items they need. A lack of education around periods means women and girls are more likely to turn to unsanitary, and potentially dangerous methods of coping with their periods when sanitary products are out of reach such as using newspapers, torn pieces of clothes, or even cardboards which could result in severe infections. NO WOMAN SHOULD CHOOSE BETWEEN FEEDING HERSELF AND HER FAMILY AND BUYING SANITARY PADS. Donate now and help us support girls and women in need across Lebanon to end period poverty.

$2,003 raised of $5,000


The 19.8 Beirut Global Sports Challenge
Together LiBeirut is holding the 19.8 Beirut Global Sports Challenge to keep the needs of Beirut on top of everyone’s mind and to raise funds for its ongoing work. THE 19.8 BEIRUT CHALLENGE The 19.8 Beirut Global Sports Challenge invites all Lebanese and Lebanon lovers around the world to practice the sport of their choice over a minimal target of 19.8 km, lapses, summits, etc.., as the area of Beirut is 19.8 km2. Each participants will then become a partner with TLB and help us raise funds for our mission from their network of friends and family. ABOUT TOGETHER LIBEIRUT Together LiBeirut, meaning For Beirut, is a collaborative campaign dedicated to a sustainable recovery of Lebanon's capital following the devastating explosion of its port on August 4, 2020. Our aim is to revive the socio-economic fabric of Beirut’s neighborhoods by facilitating access to healthcare and mental health services, promoting heritage preservation, and offering comprehensive support to businesses to protect livelihoods. Check our Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/togetherlibeirut/ Watch our 6 month impact video: https://www.instagram.com/p/CK_2Mu0g7Z-/ WHERE WILL THE MONEY GO All donations will help Together LiBeirut to: Offer free mental health support to children, youth and families at Youth Cap Community Center in Mar Mikhael. Provide life-saving diagnosis, in-patient care, medications, and surgeries, to patients with chronic diseases. Contribute to the full restoration of 6 heritage buildings and a public space in hard hit Gemmayze. Rehabilitate and provide capacity building to 25 MSMEs to ensure their sustainability and protect jobs.

$60,285 raised of $100,000


Save The Grand Factory
We call ourselves Factory People because it has always been about the people. The people on the dancefloors, or the people who work so hard to keep that dancefloor pumping. Ever since the pandemic hit Lebanon, we have put all our focus on keeping our team safe and sound. Despite COVID-19 being exceptionally hard on our industry, we were able to maintain a family of 170 hard-working dreamers, each with their own families to support. We did so during the toughest economic conditions, that have affected all businesses. Yet, we managed to keep going and looking ahead to the time when our doors can open again. Then August 4, 2020 happened, and the explosion at the port, hundreds of meters away from AHM and The Grand Factory, left the clubs completely destroyed, our offices heavily damaged, and left us without a chance of having even the smallest of gatherings anytime soon. After that heinous crime, we cleaned up what we could at the clubs and closed our doors. Our team, like everyone else in the country, descended to the streets to stand with our people and to help each other out as much as we can. In December of last year, we were strongly against operating in any viable venue in the midst of our country combating a pandemic, and our doors remained closed. Today, we believe that Beirut deserves the chance to dance again, and to rebuild a place where we shared some of our favorite memories. We need your help to do that. We started a fundraiser to rebuild The Grand Factory and support our community of artists so we all, hopefully, come back stronger than ever. Local donations are not necessary, we're all going through this together We've also included some rewards for your contributions as a token of appreciation from Factory People that include Free Entrance and some draws for artist merchandise. We'd like to take this opportunity to remind everyone to never forget about what happened on August 4th, and never stop talking about Beirut. It warms our hearts to see all of your messages of support around the world, and we promise we won't rebuild without putting up a fight, we're carrying on our mission to create and foster communities through arts, music and culture, we'll have some more news for you in the coming weeks. Stay safe and see you soon. Thank you for helping Save The Grand Factory Rewards Information and Disclaimer: 1- By deciding to donate while showing your first and last name (anonymous option unticked), you authorize fundahope to share your first name, last name and e-mail address with The Grand Factory for rewards and special offers (e.g., free entrance, draws participation for artist merchandise) 2- Rewards’ management is solely handled by the Grand Factory and is out of fundahope’s scope

$18,426 raised of $250,000


Nadim SMA baby needs your help
Hi, My name is Nadim Chuaib . i am 7 months old. 2 months ago i was diagnosed with a rare disease which is SMA ( SPINAL MUSCULAR ATORPHY ) type 1. The disease is a genetic disorder that weakens the nerves responsible for the movement of the muscles in the body and especially type 1 is very dangerous if the treatment is not taken ASAP. The only treatment is a medicine called ( zolgensma ) which costs around 2125000 dollars. The full cost including zolgensma and the hospital's cost at aljalila children's hospital in dubai is 2180000$. It's too expensive and we need your support. every dollar could help. this fund raise will help me get cured from this disease and give me a new chance in life. with each coming day the disease grows stronger and it's complications might lead to death. thank you for your donation, please share as much as possible to reach my goal and live a normal life like any other child . مرحبا اسمي نديم شعيب. عمري 7 أشهر. منذ شهرين ، تم تشخيصي بمرض نادر وهو SMA (ضمور عضلي شوكي) من النوع الأول. هذا المرض هو عبارة عن طفرة جينية تؤدي الى نقص في البروتين SMN بالتالي مع الوقت تضمر الأعصاب المسؤولة عن حركة العضلات في الجسم،وخاصة النوع الأول يكون خطيرًا جدًا إذا لا يتم أخذ العلاج في أسرع وقت ممكن. العلاج الوحيد هو عبارة عن حقنة و هو (zolgensma) وتبلغ تكلفته حوالي 2125000 دولار. التكلفة الكاملة هي 2180000 دولار و تشمل zolgensma وتكلفة المستشفى في مستشفى الجليلة للأطفال في دبي. هذا العلاج مكلف للغاية و يفوق قدرتنا لذلك نحتاج إلى دعمكم لتحقيق الهدف. كل دولار يمكن أن يساعد. سيساعدني هذا المبلغ المالي على الشفاء من هذا المرض ويمنحني فرصة جديدة في الحياة. مع كل يوم قادم يزداد المرض قوة وقد تؤدي مضاعفاته إلى الوفاة. شكرا لتبرعكم ، يرجى مشاركة أكبر قدر ممكن للوصول إلى هدفي والعيش حياة طبيعية مثل أي طفل آخر.

$49,848 raised of $2,180,000

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The Third Voice for Lebanon
The Third Voice for Lebanon in partnership with Street and Independent Engineers and Architects (IEA), are working on a developmental neighborhood project which is called مشروع حي (Project Neighborhood and dually translated to Project Living in english). The Harvest Box, our other initiative continues to bear fruit and ripen! In partnership with Street and Lebanese Food bank, we have taken the campaign national! Not only by providing small to medium scale farmers with plants during this economic crisis, but in addition the farmers themselves are continuing the cycle of social responsibility and providing a portion of their yields to underprivledged families in need of assistance! Our initiatives confronts the crisis and the ineptness of the ruling class, as they are grassroots developmental/interactive/social projects that focus on neighborhoods and the individuals through enhancing and beautifying the spaces they closely interact with, while raising awareness about sustainability and safety through workshops. By doing so, we hope to be building a culture of responsible citizenship for the young generations living in the benefiting neighbourhoods. Mashrou' Hay also aims to establish communal and roof gardens  (urban agriculture) to further introduce independence, rain water retention, well being of the inhabitants, and several other sub advantages. As neighbors and their children interact and collaborate throughout neighborhoods, they in turn  build relationships with each other and public places further benefiting from them culturally and societally. Our aim is to strengthen the culture of the individual and social responsibility which in return will positively impact towards a healthier society.



Khayar: To empower Lebanese students
We aim to support Lebanese students, all around the world, during these devastating times. Khayar is a community-based platform that engages with students in a global network, bringing together bright minds for a brighter future. How did Khayar come about? In 2019 political instability, wide-spread corruption, and an orchestrated Ponzi scheme caused Lebanon’s fragile economy to collapse. Today between a plummeting Lira and unlawful capital controls set by banks, thousands of Lebanese students pursuing degrees around the globe and at home are at risk of having to terminate or forfeit their education. Even though Lebanon is a signatory to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Lebanon is far from any form of proper application with regard to Article 26; the universal right to education and human development. In a social culture where the youth find their education deeply intertwined with political clientelism, most parents and students say “Ma ma’ae Khayar tene” meaning “I have no other Choice”. Khayar was organized with the intent of empowering a generation growing up in Lebanon’s most devastating economic period and liberating their right to education from the shackles of political influence . Khayar, a choice, is what each and every student needs right now. Ambitious dreams, proper education, and the achievement of one's highest ambitions are only found once the required assets are in place to ensure that equal opportunity is available to all citizens of the state. “When you educate one person, you can change a life; when you educate many, you can change the world” Please visit the Khayar website for more information: https://khayar.me/



Ecole du Saint Enfant Jésus - Besançon Baabdath
Notre école, École du Saint Enfant Jésus - Besançon Baabdath, est un établissement catholique, francophone, qui appartient à la Congrégation des Sœurs de la Charité de Sainte Jeanne-Antide Thouret (Besançon). Notre école est une ONG qui compte environ 700 élèves, encadrés par près de 70 enseignants et membres du personnel administratif. C’est un lieu qui offre un espace d’apprentissage dans un climat positif, et dont le but est de répandre le savoir, de développer le savoir-faire, et de cultiver le savoir – être, le tout dans le rayonnement de la charité et du Charisme de sa fondatrice. Dotée d’un historique riche et fécond, notre école est ancrée dans l’histoire de Baabdath et a su manifestement évoluer au fil des années. Depuis 1906 et jusqu’à nos jours, elle accueille les élèves, les « trésors » comme les appelle Ste Jeanne-Antide, de la maternelle jusqu’aux classes terminales. Filles et garçons sont formés aux valeurs humaines, spirituelles, sociales et religieuses. Ils suivent le programme libanais, bénéficient d’un enseignement trilingue à partir de la Petite Section, et tirent profit de l’enseignement des nouvelles technologies sans pour autant négliger le sport et les arts qu’ils pratiquent au quotidien. À l’école du Saint Enfant Jésus – Besançon Baabdath, nous veillons à garder un esprit évangélique marqué par la joie d’apprendre, de découvrir, et de développer la créativité et les activités pour que chaque élève puisse faire fructifier au mieux son potentiel et ses dons. Par-dessus tout, nos élèves appartiennent à une grande famille qui les aide à s’épanouir et surtout à vivre. Or, depuis octobre 2019, notre école, tout comme notre pays, vit au rythme des crises. Nous nous trouvons dans l’incapacité de pourvoir aux besoins croissants du fonctionnement de l’établissement, d’alléger le fardeau qui pèse sur les parents des élèves d’une part, et de continuer à respecter nos engagements vis-à-vis du personnel éducatif qui s’investit à merveille dans l’enseignement à distance d’autre part. En effet, dans cette situation inédite que traverse le Liban, 50% des parents de nos élèves deviennent chômeurs, ou mi- chômeurs avec un demi- traitement, et se trouvent dans l’impossibilité de verser la totalité de l’écolage. C’est pour ces raisons-ci que notre école se tourne vers les amis et les bienfaiteurs, pour solliciter leur solidarité de façon à poursuivre ensemble la mission d’éducation qui est celle de Besançon-Baabdath et que le flambeau de la connaissance, de la vie et de la foi continue à éclairer les yeux de nos élèves, de tous nos élèves sans exception. Une vidéo qui présente l’école avant le Covid-19 est disponible sur le lien suivant : https://youtu.be/O3I0_OFoP-I -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our school, Saint Enfant Jésus - Besançon Baabdath, is a Catholic, French-speaking school, which belongs to the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Saint Jeanne-Antide Thouret (Besançon). It is an NGO that counts around 700 students, guided by 70 teachers and administrative staff approximately. The school is a place that offers a learning environment in a positive climate. It aims at spreading knowledge, developing the know-how and encouraging life skills under the influence of charity and the charisma of its founder. The rich and fruitful history of our school is deeply rooted in the history of Baabdath and it has visibly evolved through the years. Since 1906 to this day, it has welcomed students, « treasures » as St Jeanne Antide calls them, who fill the classes from Kindergarten to the senior classes. Boys and girls are acquainted with human, spiritual, social and religious values. They follow the Lebanese programme, benefit from a trilingual education since KG1, and take advantage of the instruction of the new technologies, not to mention all kinds of sports and arts they practice on a regular basis. At Saint Enfant Jésus - Besançon Baabdath, we remain vigilant in maintaining an evangelical spirit, characterised by the joy of learning, discovering, and developing creativity and activities, so each student can best grow and further his potential and his skills. Above all, our students belong to one big family that helps them flourish, and most of all, live. However, since 2019, our school, just like our country, has been living by the rhythm of the different crises. We find ourselves unable to provide for the growing needs that the running of the school requires, lighten the load on the parents’ shoulders on the one hand, and fulfil our commitments towards the teaching staff, who are doing wonders in distance learning, on the other hand. Actually, in this unprecedented situation that Lebanon is going through, 50% of our students’ parents have become unemployed or are just earning half pay, which makes it impossible for them to cover their children’s school fees. Those are the reasons that drive our school to seek the help of its friends and benefactors. We appeal to their solidarity, to pursue together the educational mission of Besançon- Baabdath, so the torch of knowledge, life and faith will always light the eyes of our students, all of our students without exception. A video presenting the school before Covid-19 is available at the following link: https://youtu.be/O3I0_OFoP-I



The Grace S.E is a Lebanese NGO, established formally in June 2018 (actively in 2005), located in Antelias area, to be part of the great sound in the wilderness of the Special Needs kids’ dilemma therapies. The Grace S.E was a “Promise” dream coming true to the ZOUKI family when in 2004, they believed that the hard journey of their small special need baby girl Thea Maria starts! With unknown etiology, absence of medical diagnosis, tagged with a congenital cerebral atrophy and retarded psychomotor and physical abilities. She is 17 years old now and improving slowly due to the day by day follow up therapies and close emotional support. OUR OBJECTIVES AND VISION: The Grace, as a Social Entrepreneurship, emphasis on two main pillars: First and conventionally on benevolent, generous community members and fundraisers. Second, as a “not for profit” art production entity, by calling for support to increase social awareness on “socially taboo” concerns, through the production of TV series and movies with great emphasis on problem solving. The Grace S.E is commissioned to increase the Corporate Social Responsibility through its art activities by promoting the respect of laws and citizenship. The returns will be invested in: - Improving the social, health and cultural wellbeing and prosperity of children with special needs. - Partnering/Twinning with other institutions in reducing the moral and financial burden of parents in supporting the special needs of their children. - Developing and initiating cultural and educational schools and nurseries specialized in children with special needs. - Offering educational aids, donations and equipment to individuals and institutions - Providing the necessary efforts and reasons for collaborative work and cooperation including the setting up of awareness centers in different areas and specializations. - Collaborating and coordinating with local and international entities concerned with humanitarian activities and/or delivering social, professional, health, developmental and economic services.



Flamme de Charité
Flamme de Charité est une association qui a pour mission d’assurer un environnement sain aux familles dans le besoin, et plus particulièrement aux enfants, aux personnes âgées délaissées, et aux malades présents sur tout le territoire libanais. Nous nous concentrons sur plusieurs axes : - Éducation : aide dans le paiement des scolarités d’écoles et d’universités, assurer des parrainages pour des enfants ayant besoin de centres spécialisés, aide dans les fournitures et livres scolaires, coordination et coopération avec les différentes institutions publiques concernées. - Santé : paiement de frais hospitaliers, frais de consultations médicales, aide dans l’achat de médicaments, visite de résidents volontaires à domiciles, coopération et coordination entre les différents éléments concernés du corps médical (ministère, dispensaire etc.). - Alimentaire : assurer des cartons alimentaires pour les familles, faire les courses pour les besoins spéciaux, distribution de lait pour bébé, distribution de repas cuisinés occasionnellement, etc. - Logement : aide financière au logement, travaux de rénovation pour assainir le milieu de vie, achat d’équipements électroménagers et de tout matériel nécessaire pour assurer les besoins primaires des ménages. - L’habillement : procurer des vêtements et chaussures pour tous les membres du foyer. - Accessoires primaires et complémentaires : accessoires pour personnes âgées (chaise roulante, walker, canne, etc.), accessoires pour enfants (berceau, baignoire, poussettes, couches, biberons, etc.). - Aide financière aux familles selon le cas et le degré d’urgence. Nous continuons à grandir de jour en jour et votre aide nous est précieuse pour accueillir le plus de familles possible dans notre petite famille.



CARE for Special Needs
CARE is a Lebanese NGO which started in 2010 as a group of volunteers working with children and young adults with special needs. Our vision is: The right for each child and adult with special needs to access education and employment with a mission to help teenagers and young adults achieve their utmost potential to become responsible, contributing and independent citizens regardless of their individual abilities through social and professional integration. What we do? Responding to the lack of specialized services, CARE was established with the aim to empower students through specialized education and engaging them in recreational activities to help improve their psychological well-being, in addition to supporting their livelihood opportunities. To reach the ultimate aim of CARE mission, our programs work in an integrated approach providing specialized services and activities according to our targets’ needs. Subsequently, programs are divided across the following sectors: 1- EducationalProgram:CARE educational activities focus on functional academics skills that follows a special Australian Curriculum as well as a vocationallife skills program designed by CARE. 2. Psychological Support Services (PSS):Psychological Support Service (PSS) is an important element of the integrated approach CARE is providing for our students. 3- Livelihood Program:CARE’s livelihoods activities focus on providing trainings on market skills, social and life skills, emotional learning and analytical skills. 4-Awareness and Advocacy Program:CARE raised awareness in different communities for the rights of those with special needs to access education and employment, through integrating them with community engagements activities.CARE had worked with different private schools( name 2 schools) as consultants for integrating children with special needs in the formal education system. Donors and donations: To be able to keep giving and helping the most vulnerable students, CARE depends on events such as our annual gala dinners, Iftars, and brunches. We also receive donations and small grants from different sources and philanthropists. Our Partners are: • UNDP (United nations development program): members/working on: Goal 4: Quality education: Inclusive and equitable education, Goal 8: Decent work and economic growth Goal 10: Achieve Gender equality and empower all women • Jusour: Educational consultants/teacher training • IDRF (International development relief foundation) in partnership with Jusour • ReAble: Entrepreneur / on the board of advisors • SOS: Enrollment of students • CARE has recently registered with the United Nation Development Program.



Employee campaign
When it comes to women empowerment "Nashet association" has implemented a very successful initiative, "Palestinian Women’s cooperative ( Zewadetna). The program composed of 4 main components: -Establishment of food processing plant that meets the food safety standards in the Saida region in Lebanon. -Support the selected women with soft skills training (communication, working within team and other) -Provided the women with business Development Training (marketing, cost analysis, business planning etc.) -Provided the needed Technical training (Health security safety and environment food processing, HACCP, etc) "Zewedetna” is an alternative project with many programs that support refugees women and their cause. It is not a charitable project or a social welfare program, but rather an economic project to help the refugees in their steadfastness in the diaspora. The project also aims to reduce poverty within the refugees community in the camps. Enhancing the sources of income for families within the framework of employing the largest possible number of women from the Ain El-Hilweh and Miyyeh camps in the “Zewedetna” food factory. The association needs support more than ever due to the conditions that Lebanon is going through from the Corona pandemic and the stifling economic crisis, which led to an increase in the prices of all basic commodities such as flour, gasoline and diesel, if available. The rise in prices led to a decrease in the profit margin, and the profit here is not financial returns, but rather the wages of women who work in this project, and they are the most vulnerable and under threat of unemployment. Your donation to this project will contribute to reducing unemployment and empowering refugee women in the long run. Nearly 25 women and countless families depend on your donations during these difficult times that Lebanon is going through. Help us help them!



Support the talents of gifted youth.
In the face of one of the most severe economic crises in its history, and a political climate that breeds uncertainty and fear for the future, Lebanese youth are compelled and forced to leave their home country in seeking a better future, immigrating to any country that would welcome and benefit from their world famous innovative and entrepreneurial spirit. Onward is a startup initiative attempting to encourage these youths to cling to their roots and to find a breathing space where their art and intellect is appreciated by providing them with whatever they need to develop and grow their talents. We are a small locally based group of teachers and social workers looking for talented and promising students to encourage them into believing in their homeland and to help rebuild it by rewarding their art and innovation and hopefully sponsoring the most promising ones in the future. We are based in North Lebanon which is its most neglected governate, in the city of Tripoli, one of the poorest city on the coast of the Mediterranean where poverty and lack of education and job opportunities make for a fertile ground for disenfranchisement, we aim to help in quelling the rising tide of extremism by spreading intellectualism and knowledge and helping teens feel like they belong. For every donation no matter how modest we will be able to fund or procure a much needed tool, instrument or precious manuals and textbooks, from painting kits to music instruments passing by any and every tool that would aid a young mind express itself while feeling validated and appreciated. Join us in helping grow the abundant seeds of talent in Lebanon and be part of a very special dream of keeping Lebanese families whole in the hope chartering a course of return to the Eden of the Middle-East.   We have three direct objectives we are hoping to achieve that will depend on the level of funding received: 1- The first objective is to directly procure the tools and instruments needed by the youth to practice and hone their talents and arts; we will conduct an inventory of the things that the children need and publish it and proceed to procure whatever the funding allows. 2- The second objective is to fund classes for gifted children; we will conduct a survey with the participants and attempt to fund the most desired classes and courses to insure that the largest number of them can progress their talents and grow them to professional levels. 3- The third and final objective is to fund the renting of a center that can host these classes and allow for a safe space for any child that feels the need for companionship and nurturing support, where we can centralize and facilitate all the activities of the project, the center would have a library full of textbooks, manuals and even regular books since sadly there is a disastrous lack of public libraries in these areas, as well as containing rooms for classes to take place without having to change venue repeatedly. We aim to help and sponsor any and all types of talent and interest, from scientific to labor-oriented to artistic endeavors, whatever skill or talent the young person wishes to advance, the project will attempt to help them change their future and even try their hands at different types of arts or talents to find that which suits them best . The sad reality is that the severe crises Lebanon is going through and the hyper-inflation has made it impossible for even middle-class families to spend their incomes on anything other than the necessary day to day needs, we strive to help these families and even all people from all walks of life to not neglect their inner voice and to express and advance themselves and to help children do better in schools. For more information follow us on: 🟠insta: bit.ly/ONward-instagram 🔵facebook: bit.ly/ONward-facebook ⚪️twitter: bit.ly/ONward-twitter 🔴Youtube: bit.ly/ONward-youtube ⚫️Tiktok: bit.ly/ONward-tiktok



The House of Christmas
The House of Christmas NGO – Overview Brief: The House of Christmas (‘HOC’) was set up by a group of Lebanese professionals living locally and globally to support families living in financial distress across Lebanon, in their various needs: food and basic needs, decent livelihood, housing, medical services, education and legal support. Our first fundraising event was held in December 2017 at the House which turned, for a day, into a proper Christmas market with gifts, kid’s activities, a food court, and a proper spirit of charity, solidarity and compassion to help alleviate the pain, inequality and poverty in Lebanon. Since then, HOC organized several fundraising initiatives; and our network of families has grown exponentially. HOC operates solely on a voluntary basis and is run by a team of dedicated individuals with similar values and common purpose. Mission Statement - Reaching out to families in need across Lebanon to help them regain their dignity and achieve sustainability in their lives. - Providing targeted support to stabilize and strengthen livelihoods Vision Supporting, inspiring, and rebuilding our Lebanese community, family by family. Latest interventions: Following the August 4th blast, HOC is leading the Livelihood interventions within the togetherliBeirut campaign by supporting small businesses in a targeted and sustainable way and by restoring heritage buildings housing vulnerable families and local businesses. www.togetherlibeirut.org



Beit El Baraka
Beit el Baraka is a Lebanon based charity with a support program that assists decent Lebanese families living in strong financial distress. We are trying to restrain the fall into poverty of a disappearing middle class. Our Mission is to ensure dignity to hard working Lebanese citizens by assisting them in their struggle with the increasing cost of living. In a spirit of respect and support, we give them access to food, decent livelihood, medical services and education. Our Vision is a Lebanon where families can live a secure, valued and respectable life with access to social security, education and retirement pensions for all. Due to the lack of measures and lack of government support addressing this alarming situation, we felt the dire need to step in, and protect the lebanese family, all the while empowering youth, and women. To date, our database of beneficiaries comprises 226,000 people in need A glance at our 4 services: 1. Decent housing: We refurbish the homes of our beneficiaries in order to provide decent living standards. We also settle unpaid bills (rent, electricity and water) for families of retirees. Our impact: We are rehabilitating 3,011 homes and 320 small businesses devastated by the explosion. Our level our intervention covers the complete rehabilitation of structurally damaged homes and is done in very close collaboration with the Lebanese Army and the United Nations. 2. Medical support: Our medical support program fully covers treatment and medicine needs for our members. Our impact: We have 682 patients being treated for cancer, dialysis, diabetes, arthritis, glaucoma, osteoporosis, cataract, macular degeneration, and cardiovascular diseases; we also cover dental, hearing aids and prosthesis surgeries. 3. A free supermarket: In February 2019, we opened an elegant free supermarket based on a system of points which makes our members feel they are "shopping", not seeking charity. Giving someone the freedom of choice means giving them dignity. Our impact: We put food on the table of 226,000 people in need from all over Lebanon. And we have been vetted by international FMCG corporations such as P&G, Unilever, Nestlé, Henkel, Pepsi, Danone... And in order to sustain our food aid program, we decided to launch our agrofarming project. The sequential governments that impoverished Lebanon had no vision of a sustainable productive nation. Lebanon imports 80% of its food, and produces less than 10% of its needs in grains. And with no access to foreign currency, the risk of food shortage is now very high. Therefore, we have invested in agriculture and we are growing grains, vegetables and fruits. We also built a farm of sheep, cows and chickens, and 100 beehives for organic honey. Our impact: We are able to launch our own line of food products, create jobs that empower women in rural areas, cater to thousands of beneficiaries, and offer them healthy fresh produce. By offering fresh organic produce, our beneficiaries's health improves and consequently, our medical fees are reduced. In all our food bags and food boxes distributed all across Lebanon, we insert leaflets on which is written in arabic: "Nutrition is a human right, and should never be used as a tool to yield votes". 4. Education We want to instill hope in children so they know it is possible to achieve what and who they aspire to become. We are paying tuitions, buying laptops and installing internet in students' homes. Our impact: supporting 3,095 families to allow their children to continue their education. We have set up a micro loans program to assist the most talented graduates in launching their own start ups in Lebanon, and thus create jobs. We've also set up a psychological support unit for adults and children by partnering with specialised Swiss therapists. Some affected people are particularly unable to cope with the scope of the tragedy and can easily develop PTSD and bad coping mechanisms. We cover the entire lebanese territory: 42% Greater Beirut, 28% South Lebanon, 30% North Lebanon. Our major achievement remains our ability to keep our overheads at 2% of the total budget, proving how keen we are on optimizing every donation. We are regularly audited and our numbers are published on our website. Beit el Baraka is a Lebanon based charity registered in Beirut by decree number 2277 and a 501(c)3 status- Beit el Baraka USA, handled by the global law firm Morgan Lewis.



Association Justice et Misericorde (AJEM)
AJEM Association Justice and Mercy, AJEM, was founded in 1996, our main concern is inhuman detention conditions. We are an NGO that is non-profit, apolitical and non-confessional. We are mainly concerned with the respect of human rights, the fight against torture and cruel treatments and the work for the abolition of capital punishment. Our team scope of work includes: -Social and psychological support to prisoners, ex –prisoners, drug-users and Homeless -men. (We conduct awareness sessions and provide therapy for prevention, mentoring, rehabilitation and post release- monitoring, we publish cases studies, quantitative and comparative studies.). -Legal counseling (We provide free individual legal counseling for prisoners in places of deprivation of freedom and follow-up on legal cases and files of prisoners who cannot hire a lawyer, we raise awareness about important legal topics relevant to the detainees needs). - Medical support (Advise prisoners on hygiene and arrange prisons to support the development and preservation of the hygiene of the places, we provide medication…)-Social and psychological support to prisoners, ex –prisoners, drug-users and Homeless -men. (We conduct awareness sessions and provide therapy for prevention, mentoring, rehabilitation and post release- monitoring, we publish cases studies, quantitative and comparative studies.). - Education (Training and language lessons and cultural /sports activities) -Research and development (To increase knowledge and improve practices in several areas such as health, legal and social…) Our Head office is located in Antelias, and a reception center facing Roumieh central prison in addition to the Ajem Rabieh shelter (ARS) at Rabieh where former detainees and drug users are offered to live before being reintegrated into society. AJEM’s Opioid Substitution Treatment Program (OST) first launched in 2012 within the Harm Reduction Program receive patients currently at the Rabieh Shelter. The OST program’s main aim is to reduce the harm of drug misuse, such as the risk of transmitting blood-borne infections from injecting needles and sharing injection kits, by offering a substitution treatment for opiate-dependent people, over 18, who have suffered from multiple relapses and failed to remain abstinent. The program is offered in collaboration and under the supervision of the Ministry of Public Health in Lebanon where beneficiaries can be treated and supported to remain healthy and achieve psychosocial stability.



Empower Lebanon's Children & Youth
Hello dear reader, As we're all aware by now, Lebanon is overwhelmed with problems and corruption on top of the pandemic. The only way to inspire positive social change and raise back again is through educating and empowering the Lebanese children and youth. Yet, the education system has always been in great need of upgrades and the sudden online learning shift has made matters worse. Lebanese parents are not able to afford quality education for their children who are left confused and frustrated with extremely low hopes for the future along with severe socio-emotional wellbeing levels. Scorehub is an innovative social and emotional learning and capacity-building hub focusing on education and entrepreneurship matrix. We serve students, educators, parents, schools, NGOs, and forward-thinking business leaders across MENA with a wide range of programs, resources and empowerment. • We create future change champions through our Very own academic reinforcement and not an ‘afterschool’ concept: (high-dosage tutoring (HDT)) with over 50 subscribed, happy, and empowered learners from across the Middle East who we not only help ACE in academics but develop character, skills, confidence, and independence to SUCCEED IN LIFE too! Check out our latest Role-play video on Instagram! • We are known for our innovation and holistic approach and treatment to education, our edupreneurship and eduployment programs help individuals realize their full potentials with (psycho-social support), capacity building (social entrepreneurship and career path), home family coaching, and (languages center) among other incredibly innovative and powerful technologically integrated programs and activities. See what our interCHAMPs talk about us! • We are launching a groundbreaking online school concept across MENA in partnership with Finnish Schools International; the most creative, personalized, and real-life world education as featured on world-famous, Forbes Magazine, based on a global Finnish curriculum inspired by Finland’s renowned #1 education system in the world by Spring 2021. Watch this video created by the students and teachers of the Finnish International School of Kosovo! • We reiterate our commitment towards advancing the progress in the 2030 agenda of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and we spare no opportunity #infavor of supporting initiatives toward advancing the stand of Lebanon vise vise sustainable and economic development! It breaks our hearts and burdens our souls every time we get in touch with Lebanese parents or children who are not being able to receive education of high quality and to be able to pursue their potentials in life; and ultimately, grow up into confident, self-aware, independent, and empowered change champions. We believe it's our responsibility to make a positive impact and allow as many Lebanese children as possible to receive the personalized academic, interpersonal, social, emotional, psychological, cognitive, and intellectual support they need. We wish to enroll more Lebanese children and youth in our innovative eduployment and edupreneurial programs to allow them adopt the entrepreneur and business mindset and advocate for social entrepreneurship; developing problem-solving and leadership skills to lead their Lebanese peers into prosperity. More importantly, the Lebanese children and youth now more than ever are in great need for someone who gets them and helps them be more aware of the situation we're all going through so that they'd be able to rise above anything they might encounter throughout their lives. We also like to keep learning fun, fun, and proactive. Let's do this! For that dear reader, any amount no matter how small or big it may be to donate for our cause. It surely will make a difference in our children and youth's lives. We will be sharing the progress and stories of inspiration and hope as we move further in this journey. Thank you for your support. Please share this donation page with your contacts. Stay safe. With lots of passion, love, and purpose, Scorehub team



Sponsor a Family in need with Bassma
Bassma is a Lebanese non-profit association for social development, founded in 2002 (178A/D), which aims to empower deprived families and help them become self-sufficient. Families are recruited based on their needs, without any political or religious discrimination. The association works closely with the families in need, puts in place a Personalized Reintegration Plan for each family, and follows-up thoroughly on the development of each Plan. The family Reintegration Plan covers basic needs (e.g., food, clothing), education support (e.g., tutoring, a Night School Program), medical and mental health assistance (e.g., hospitalization, psychological counseling), and housing assistance (e.g., rental fees support, home renovations). BASSMA has supported 400,000 persons over the last 18 years, and has received several awards for its good governance and transparency. Bassma supports destitute families in need all over Lebanon, through the following services: - Serving daily hot meals in the Smile Resto which opens 7 days a week (4,500 hot meals per month) - Distributing weekly hot meals to sick and elderly people in their homes (500 hot meals per month) - Distributing monthly packs of food and hygiene products (1,000 packs per month) - Supporting the education of children in need through assistance in the school tuition and supplies (to 600 children per year) - Operating a Night School (to 100 children per year) - Renovating, restoring, and furnishing houses (300 houses per year, since 2008) - Organizing family activities including educational, sporting, musical and recreational outings - Helping parents seek employment through a platform that connects job seekers with potential employers - Ensuring the payment of medical and dental expenses when needed - Offering psychological counseling More information about Bassma can be found on the website: www.bassma.org




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Baby Aline Makari Will Be Able Now To Do Her Liver Transplantation!

Mr. Fadi Nacouzi received the net sum of the goal achieved on fundahope, out of which 85% WERE DELIVERED IN FRESH FUNDS thanks to the international donors.


Baby Aline Makari will be able now to do her liver transplantation. Thank you for saving lives!

66,964$ Collected by Fadi Nacouzi for baby Aline Makari to do her liver transplantation as soon as possible

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A New Chance in Life For Baby Mila!

fundahope delivered to Mrs. Farah Habbal the net sum of the goal achieved on fundahope, out of which 93,508$ WERE DELIVERED IN FRESH FUNDS thanks to the international donors.


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160,528$ Collected by Farah Habbal for her daughter Mila an SMA patient who needs ZOLGENSMA

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65 Families were helped this Past Christmas thanks to the funds collected!

Basecamp Beirut distributed the following items to 65 families thanks to the funds collected on fundahope:
18 fridges • 14 ovens • 8 microwaves • 18 washing machine • 2 irons • 7 laptops • 2 tablets • 19 beds • 2 heater gas • 120 heaters • 300 blankets • 3 hoovers • 14 TVs • 25 mattresses • 2 electric oven.

Additionally, a Christmas meal was distributed to these families on Christmas eve which made these families enjoy Christmas with a smile!

20,014$ Collected for Lebanese Families Affected by the Beirut Explosion to Help Them Enjoy Christmas

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600 baskets of Christmas Goodies were distributed to needy families across Lebanon!

The House of Christmas launched a fundraiser its “Sallet el Eid” project, that aimed to fill 600 baskets with Christmas goodies (cookies, Christmas decorated chocolate, buches, marzipan, kamareldine, mlabbas, nuts etc) and distribute them to families in need all over Lebanon.


The campaign was able to collect 7,320$ that were used to make Lebanese families smile this past Christmas!

7,320$ Collected by the House of Christmas to Support the Finance of their Project Sallet El Eid