- We can't help everybody but everybody can help somebody!
- Since the Syrian crisis began in 2011, Turkey - estimated to host over one million Syrians - has maintained an emergency response of a consistently high standard and declared a temporary protection regime, ensuring non-refoulement and assistance in 22 camps, where an estimated 217,000 people are staying. Turkey is currently constructing two additional camps.
- According to the U.N., more than half of all Syrian refugees are under the age of 18. Many people and families sleeping outside, including babies in the winter cold and rain.
- In 2014, Turkey also witnessed an unprecedented increase in asylum applications from Afghans, Iraqis and Iranians. Deteriorating security in Iraq saw a sudden increase in Iraqi refugees: an estimated 81,000 were in Turkey by September 2014, with numbers expected to grow.
- The number of refugees and asylum-seekers in Turkey in 2016 is expected to rise to nearly 2.9 million, including 2.7 million Syrian refugees. We will continue to work in Turkey to support protection measures and facilitate access to public services and assistance available to both Syrian urban refugees and non-Syrian people of concern. also providing foods and drinks, blankets, sleeping bags, emergency foil blankets, waterproof clothing and etc.
- The money will support the family's initial housing,and basic necessities , such as winter clothing and food. As volunteers, we will donate some of our own funds, as well as provide moral support and many hours of our own time to support the family throughout the process for about a year after they arrive. Our responsibilities range from finding the family affordable housing, and securing them a family doctor, school registration, and finding employment.
- Feeding a Syrian family for a month costs just $150.
Housing a family costs only $300.
- 50$ feed family for 10 days
- 10$ feed family for one day
- The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: "Save yourself from
hellfire by giving even half a date-fruit in charity." - Sahih
For a Syrian family, it can mean the difference between fear and security, hunger and health.