We are truly grateful to you for finding a place in your hearts for the people of Syria. Thanks to your donations, our medical staff were able to attend to the medical needs of over 1,000,000 ill patients over the past year. We have secured access to clean water for over 1,000,000 civilians and helped to deliver bread packs to 70,000 in need Syrians. Because of you, we are currently providing education to 20,000 pupils each day, ensuring that they gain the necessary skills to protect their future.
We also want to thank you for helping Syria Relief to continue to give medical care, food aid, education, and training to support millions of Syrians who continue to be affected by the on-going crisis.
As we approach Ramadan we are reminded of the importance of sharing our blessings and showing compassion for those who are less fortunate. We will be working long hours this Ramadan making sure thousands of families across Syria have a meal to eat at sunset. Since 2011, Syria’s special Ramadan charm has been largely lost as hunger and great sadness casts a dark, depressing shadow over the country. The eight-year war has completely shattered livelihoods making food insecurity rife throughout the country.
We are located in areas where most charities cannot reach, distributing hot meals, water, and food parcels to Syria’s forgotten families. Donate now and help stop the pain for some of the world’s most desperate people. Let our daily fasts serve as a reminder of those who are less fortunate this month and open our hearts to help stop the pain across Syria.
From everyone at Syria Relief, we thank you and wish you a peaceful, beneficial month.
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