Fundraising Campaign

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Last week, we launched our latest fundraising campaign on Indiegogo. As you know, our work is only possible thanks to the generosity of our donors.

In three years we were able to reach over 6,000 Syrian children. These kids are Syria’s future; they are the leaders of tomorrow and our mission is to empower them through educational activities and psycho-social healing.

We need your contribution to make sure these children get what they deserve: quality education in a safe environment and loving care.

Help us spread the love by donating here.

Enjoy this video featuring our latest round of workshops in Lebanon! (Credit: Zain Adris)

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Anwar’s letter to Project Amal ou Salam

One of our students, Anwar who is 15 years old, read this letter on Monday welcoming the CRDC students and volunteers to Project Amal ou Salam School:

“Actually the most important thing we learned from Amal ou Salam is that we are not different and the people from Europe and USA understand our suffering unlike what we see in the media and what we heard from some people who want to divide us. We learned that most people in the world try to help us in everything they could, especially those who volunteer in Amal ou Salam. Their smiles and souls spread love in our tired heart and wash away our sadness and tears.

They think that they are our friends but they didn’t know that they became our family and we account every minute to meet them again. They took a large part from our hearts. I had always prayed to go back in time before the war but today I pray to God to see our teachers in Amal ou Salam and learned from them how to build Syrian future.”

Thank you so much, Anwar, you fill our hearts with joy and pride and we feel grateful to have you and the other Children of Syria in our lives!

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