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Aid trip to Lebanon to work with Syrian refugees

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Amera Sajid

I will be going to Lebanon towards the end of January on an aid trip to be working with Syrian refuges.

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World Care Foundation

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Since the war started in Syria, its neighbouring country Lebanon has experienced an overflow of more than 1.1 million refugees. This massive number doesn’t include the estimated 700,000 unregistered refugees and the fact that the UNHCR stopped registering refugees in January 2015. Most of these refugees are living in makeshift tents mired in mud, while the bite of a freezing winter settles around them.

Millions are in desperate need of food and urgent aid items to help them through the winter.

its so easy to get caught up in our own first word problems and i know this is going to be an eye opener for me and i hope to be able to make a considerable difference.

I will be spending 3 days in Beirut and one day in the Beka valley. We will be helping in an Orphanage, Schools but mainly in the refugee camps distributing aid packages.
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Event details

Aid trip to provide support to Syrian refugees

I know Christmas has just been and money will be tight, but even just as little as you could manage is going to make such a big difference.

100% of all money raised will be going directly to the Syrian refugee families and children.

The plan is to raise funds for the following:

To put together and distribute food boxes and winter items at refugee camps.

To provide support to the refugees who are staying in the orphanage which was set up by the World care foundation.

We also hope to support the school project work for orphans and other refugee children by giving them the best possible tools for their education. The world care foundation has taken a keen interest in ensuring schooling is available for refugee children.

Helping refugees in need of medical & urgent help. This is crucial. Many refugees are too frightened to try and access medical help.

Helping vulnerable families with costs such as heating/basic cooking supplies etc.

Also if anyone is able to donate any of the following please let me know: these will be distributed to the while we are there.

school stuff such as pencils, note books etc
Toys only small

Event date

24-January-2019 00:00  - 
29-January-2019 00:00

Event type

Overseas aid mission

Event is completed


Donation by Lauren Allan
on 14-02-2019
£2.50 gift aid
Amazing to offer your support this way, well done xx
Donation by Jacqueline Gray
on 01-02-2019
£2.50 gift aid
All the best Amera, safe travels to you and your mum. So rewarding. Love Amina and Nael xoxo
Donation by Nael Ali
on 19-01-2019
£12.50 gift aid
Goof luck
Donation by Joy Watson
on 15-01-2019
£2.50 gift aid
Extremely proud of you, Amera. The best always do all within their power to make a positive difference to the world.
Donation by Colin Robb
on 15-01-2019
£0.00 gift aid
All the very best Amera! I think it’s an amazing thing you’re doing for the families effected by the Syrian war. Take good care, love Jacqui xx
Donation by Anonymous
on 12-01-2019
£2.50 gift aid
Good luck for your trip.
Donation by Louise Brownlow
on 12-01-2019
£2.50 gift aid
All the best Amera xx
Donation by Anonymous
on 10-01-2019
£0.00 gift aid
Safe travels Amera x
Donation by Eileen Thomson
on 10-01-2019
£5.00 gift aid
Have a safe trip Amera
Donation by Sandra Myles
on 08-01-2019
£2.50 gift aid

Donation summary

Online Donations: £540.00
Offline Donations: £550.00
Total Raised: £1,090.00
Total Raised
with gift aid:    £1,177.50

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