syria relief volunteers

Get Involved

  • Donating items : If you have items such as clothing and medical equipment you would like to donate to us please click here.


Volunteer with us

We are always happy to welcome volunteers at Syria Relief. We often need people to help at our events, fundraisers and at our warehouse. If you have any time and particular skills you feel would benefit us, then please feel free to volunteer.

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A volunteer team after loading a Syria-bound container with clothing and medical equipment at our warehouse in Manchester.

Syria Relief works hard to raise funds through a wide variety of events and activities, from charity sales to fundraising concerts, sponsored activities and awareness-raising lectures and talks.

We work closely with local authorities and regulatory bodies to ensure that we comply with all the rules and regulations as stipulated in our aims and objectives, and according to the rules and regulations stipulated by the UK Charity Commission.

Fundraise ‘In Aid’ of Syria Relief

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Syria Relief ‘Knit-In’, Nov 2014. 3 bin bags of warm clothing and blankets were knitted and sent to Syria in time for winter.

We warmly welcome the efforts of anyone who wishes to raise money for our causes. If you would like to raise funds for us, you can organise a fundraising event in aid of Syria Relief *. This could be anything from a sponsored event like the Three Peaks Challenge, a bike ride, a tabletop sale or coffee morning.

– Neville McBain with his sons Sam, Ben and Joe, raised over £11,000 by climbing Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon (Donate)

– Alice Hoult raised over £2000 by drawing continuously for 24 hours (Donate)

Belal Ahmed ran the Robin Hood Half Marathon and raised £592 (Donate)

If you would like to set up a fundraising page for us you can do so through:

We may be able to help with your event, so please get in touch if you wish to fundraise for us.

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*An ‘In aid of’ event means that funds are raised independently of Syria Relief, with the charity not being directly involved with the event, but with the money going towards the charity.