How can I help?
- Becoming a member of our association
- Raising funds
You can run a fundraising campaign in support of our association. As it is impossible to transport in-kind contributions to the heartland of Syria at the moment, we only accept financial donations. By virtue of your donations, the humanitarian committee working in Erbin (see “Who we are”) can purchase basic goods, medical equipment, and drugs in neighbouring regions or countries.
- Supporting a war orphan
With 15 euros per month, you support an orphan in our sponsorship programme. Upon acceptance of an orphan sponsorship, you will receive the child’s contact information. You can get in touch with the orphan, and maybe you can even go and see it in a couple of years. The sponsorship has a minimum duration of 6 months, but it may continue until the child reaches the age of 18. We guarantee that your contributions will be handed over to the child’s guardian and that it will be used to cover the child’s most urgent needs. Method of payment: Direct debit scheme or standing order (sponsorship form).
- Spread the word around
You can help us increase our association’s publicity, e.g., on facebook or youtube.
- Make room for an information evening
If you are interested in Syria or in our work, you can help us organize an information evening on Syria. It will be sufficient for you to provide us with the venue, and we will take care of the rest. The event may be a conference on the crisis in Syria, a panel discussion followed by a general discussion with the audience, or an information evening with photographs and films. We are looking forward to any kind of invitation, recommendation, or suggestion.
information leaflets, brochures, posters…
- With suggestions and ideas
on how we can improve our work.
texts, songs, and music promoting freedom and human dignity, and opposing injustice and tyranny.
If you have yet another idea on how to support our work, just get in contact with us.
Even the smallest contribution helps us to alleviate the poverty and misery caused by the war.