Syrian Crisis

Syria’s civil war and resulting refugee crisis are poised to become the most humanitarian disaster of our time. In just two years over one third of Syria’s population has been replaced from their homes due to violent conflict.  Approximately 5 million people remain inside of Syria and 2 million have already fled to neighboring countries. 1 million of those who have escaped are children whom are dependent on humanitarian aid.

As it intensifies, the situation can sometimes feel too overwhelming to understand. You can help Syrian refugees by donating to one of the several non-profit organizations.

Mercy Corps– This organization helps alleviates suffering, poverty and oppression by helping people build secure, productive and just communities. Specialize in emergency response

Oxfam America-  This global organization creates lasting solutions to poverty, hunger and social injustice.

ShelterBox USA– Provides and delivers essentials a family needs to survive in the immediate aftermath of a disaster.

Check out these three awesome charities! You can make a difference in Syria!

Two Organizations helping to Save and Protect Animals!

See what these 2 organizations are doing to help save and protect animals abroad!

IAR- International Animal Rescue– provides aid of the suffering animals with hands-on rescue. IAR helps return animals to their natural habitat, and provides sanctuaries for animals that can no longer survive in the wild. IAR also is a big partner with other organizations and government departments who work together to develop sound legislation to protect animals.

SPANASociety for the Protection of Animals Abroad provides free veterinary care, emergency response to animals in foreign countries and helps the families that are dependent on these animals. SPANA also provides educational programs in schools to give children a better understanding of the welfare of animals and the protection of the the environment!

Spread the Power of Knowledge in the Middle East!

Currently, 774 million people world-wide, age 15 and over are illiterate! Can you imagine not being able to read?

Within the Middle East along with the social unrest and government issues, children are struggling to receive a basic education. Education is an essential part of strategies to improve individuals’ well-being and social and economic development.

Afghanistan has the largest illiteracy rate of 72%, followed by Pakistan with 50% and Mauretania with 49%. Overall about half and more of the population within these large countries are unable to read!

By spreading the power of knowledge and providing children with the appropriate resources to receive a proper education, we can help steady population growth, fertility and infant and child mortality. We can help children grow by spreading the power of knowledge and help pave the way for these individuals to a successful future. Help today! 

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