Lebanon Emergency Appeal

Kawthar from Lebanon

Help Syrian refugees to be resilient to hunger by providing nutritious food parcels and weekly bread deliveries.

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Fighting hunger in Lebanon

A man asked the Messenger (PBUH) what the good qualities of Islam are. He replied “To feed (others) and to greet those whom you know and those whom you do not know.” (Bukhari)

Eight in every ten Syrians in Lebanon are going hungry. With the ongoing economic crisis in Lebanon, and in the aftermath of the Beirut blast, a staggering 78% of Syrian refugees are food insecure and urgently need help to access food. Help us to change this by providing regular bread deliveries.

£30 - Provide one family with 2 bread deliveries per week for 2 months.

£70 – Provide a nutritious food parcel to a vulnerable Syrian or Lebanese family.

Unable to go home, and unable to earn a living

60% of Lebanese people will struggle to feed themselves. In the last year, food prices have skyrocketed, costing two or three times as much as they used to, making it incredibly difficult to afford the most basic foods.

The continuing violence in Syria means that these refugees in Lebanon can’t go home. Those who ordinarily work are restricted to low-paid daily labour, and have been pushed out of work due to the pandemic.

Your support is urgently needed to help keep vulnerable Syrian and Lebanese families fed as they struggle to stay nourished.

Bread deliveries

Help us to provide bread to the most vulnerable Syrian refugees in Lebanon. With your help, we’ll be providing 890 families in South Lebanon with 3 packets of bread twice a week for 2 months.

In partnership with Islamic Welfare Association, this project will help 5,340 to be resilient to malnutrition during these fragile months, during which many are struggling to earn a living.

Your support will go a long way to providing urgently needed food supplies for those most vulnerable who cannot provide meals for themselves, enabling them to thrive and prosper without the worry of constant hunger.

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A man asked the Messenger (PBUH) what the good qualities of Islam are. He replied “To feed (others) and to greet those whom you know and those whom you do not know.”

Bukhari

Give the gift of food.

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