On August 4, 2020, a massive explosion rocked Lebanon’s capital city, Beirut. Leaving in its wake a trail of destruction and chaos.
Everyone in the city has been touched in one way or another. Homes were destroyed and many rendered homeless with no means to rebuild. Many lives were lost, thousands injured, and many remain missing.
This could not have come at a worse time for the country. With Covid-19 spreading and the country passing through the worst economic crisis since the civil war (1975-1990), with over 50% of the population already under the poverty line.
Let’s not stand by and do nothing, join us to stand with the people of Lebanon and show your support through online donations that will be used to:
- Coordinate the purchase and supply of most needed aid material
- Directly supporting NGO’s on the ground (vetted by our quality assurance partner 3QA.)
Please stand with us and help us provide emergency relief for the people of Lebanon.
The XPATRIA team is currently in direct contact with NGO’s on the ground, and with the field staff from partner associations. We are continuously assessing the needs as they arise and will keep updating our findings.
Please help us give them support to continue in their efforts by donating.
NGOs Being Supported
In a spirit of respect and support, Beit el Baraka Non-Profit fixes the homes of devastated families and ensures medicine and food with dignity.
AlGhina NGO, registered in 2001, is based in Beirut, Lebanon. AlGhina provides relief, financial, educational and medical aid and sponsorships to orphans, widows and families in need.
Lebanon Needs is a non-profit organization founded in 2019 dedicated to creating and delivering sustainable healthcare solutions for impoverished and underserved Lebanese. Lebanon Needs is based on a holistic healthcare approach that tackles the social determinants of health: Healthcare, Housing, and Food.
Nusaned is a humanitarian, community-based, and volunteer organization. Its vision is to empower the marginalized Lebanese communities, throughout Lebanon, to live sustainably. Nusaned does not engage in any political activity and remains at equal distance from all religions.
Baytna Baytak’s goal is to better serve the community, creating a safe haven, a place where people, no matter their background or circumstances, co-exist together harmoniously, sheltered under solid roofs. They bring honesty, trust, and genuine human care when handling people’s homes as if they were their own. At Baytna Baytak, they create homes.