SUPPORT SYRIAN REFUGEES
THE REFUGEE CRISIS HAS CAPTURED THE WORLD'S ATTENTION
Karam is dedicated to providing longterm support in the form of smart aid for Syrians in need, both
INSIDE AND OUTSIDE the country. We strive not to provide aid bandaids but future-building tools that stabilize families
educate children, and perhaps even prevent Syrian refugees from having to make the devastating choice to get on leaky boats.
Your help can go a long way to help Syrians today and for the future.
here's how you can help
SYRIANS ARE RISKING THEIR LIVES FOR THE FUTURE OF THEIR CHILDREN. OUR
PROGRAMS INSPIRE CHILDREN TODAY, AND EQUIP THEM FOR THE FUTURE.
STOP THE BARREL BOMBS
SYRIAN REFUGEES WANT TO GO
BACK HOME. SIGN THE STATEMENT WRITTEN BY THE SYRIAN CAMPAIGN TO STOP ASSAD'S BARREL BOMBS SO SYRIANS CAN SAFELY LIVE IN SYRIA.
SYRIAN REFUGEE FAMIlies
IN SOUTHERN TURKEY FOR $100 A MONTH PROVIDING FAMILIES WITH BASIC NECESSITIES SUCH AS FOOD, SHELTER, AND WINTER RELIEF.
KARAM IN THE NEWS ON THE REFUGEE CRISIS
Karam Foundation was listed as one of the top 6 small charities doing important work by PRI:
"But there are other, smaller groups doing incredible work on the ground, every day. Here are six, smaller groups we’ve vetted that you can help right away...."
Karam Foundation CEO Lina Sergie Attar quoted in the NEW YORK TIMES:
“Stopping the barrel bombs will save more refugees dying on the route to Europe than any other action, because people want to return to live in their homes in Syria…”
Karam Foundation CEO Lina Sergie Attar's speech in Chicago on Syria at ISNA’s 52nd Conference:
"Syrians have become a spectacle of suffering and loss — shared in real time. Last Wednesday, another horrific image went viral. A toddler boy, 3-year-old Aylan Kurdi, washed up facedown on a sandy beach in Bodrum, Turkey..."
Karam Foundation CEO Lina Sergie Attar quoted in PHILANTHROPY:
"A Syrian-American whose parents were forced to flee their hometown of Aleppo, Ms. Attar said she is thankful for the attention. But she also worries that the last week will prove to be what she called a "hashtag moment" with little staying power..."