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12 Oct

When East Meets West – Queen Mary North African Society

Sunday 9 September saw the HCS team gather at Nadi, Park Royal, for an event that had been over a month in the making. Our Eid With Us event – which, yes, received many remarks of the why-do-all-these-charities-advertise-eid-events-a-month-after-eid? variety – was an opportunity for people from entirely different walks of life to gather and enjoy activities, stalls, and – of course! – performances. The event aimed to raise money for Syrian women and children,...

19 Jul

British 10K Run

This past Sunday the 15th of July was the British 10k Run, where thousands of British runners converge on central London to complete a 10 kilometre run for whatever reason they possess, and from these thousands of people were three who volunteered to run on behalf of Human Care Syria. They ran the full 10k in order to raise funds for Human Care Syria and be of service to the Syrian people. They did this in spite of...

04 Jul

8 Staff Members from Global Consultancy Firm Travel to Turkey to Visit Us

This week, a group of 8 volunteers working at Accenture, the global consultancy agency, travelled to southern Turkey to be of service to Human Care Syria and Watan Foundation projects on the ground. The team took it upon themselves to raise funds for their trip and to donate to the charity, with Accenture match funding their raised total, culminating in raising approximately £6000 in the process.  When they arrived in Turkey, they visited an...

04 Jul

Human Care Syria on the ground in Deraa

We at Human Care Syria have been working with our partners WATAN Foundation to provide rapid response aid to displaced people on the ground in southern Syria. We are running programs to provide shelter kits, hygiene kits, health packages and sanitation packages, alongside any other aid we can provide. The team on the ground is working around the clock to deal with the very difficult situation, made worse due to the raging conflict and the inability to cross...

03 Jul

     The Si’yam Cup 2018 was a volunteer-run cricket tournament, organized by colleagues, friends, and whomever is interested helping others (and playing cricket doing so) in order to raise money for Human Care Syria, and help to provide aid to the Syrian people. The Si’yam Cup took place throughout the month of Ramadan, and involved the time, sweat, and hard work of all those involved in it. By the end of the tournament, the Si’yam Cup had managed to raise thousands of...

29 Jun

How to Help Syrian Children Recover From the Impact of War

Seven years of conflict and the violence has still not stopped for the people of Syria. The suffering of hasn’t gotten any less. Support isn’t enough to contain a crisis of this magnitude. A lot more needs to be done. Women, children and men of Syria are suffering, both at home and on foreign lands. They need our support. Let’s find out how to help Syrian children recover from the impact of war! Almost everyone has sent...

29 Jun

How can I help Syrian refugees the damages of war?

In the past seven years, the world has witnessed one of the worst humanitarian disasters of the century, on the land of Syria. We see before our eyes and continue to witness the brutal violence that claims thousands of lives on a daily basis. The bombings indiscriminately continue to kill the civilians of Syria, inflicting fear into the minds of those who survived. Consumed by fear, millions of people had to leave their homes in search of peace...

29 Jun

Best way to donate to Syrian refugees

Find out all you need to know about ways to help Syrian refugees. The refugee camps are full of worried parents, thinking about the future of their children. They don’t know if they will be able to provide food to their children the next day or if their kids will ever get back to their usual selves. There are many ways we can help them. Here are the top 3 ways to help the...

29 Jun

How to Help the Refugee Children of Syria Amid the Crisis!

The Syrian civil war has escalated beyond the thresholds of what is perceived to be an intra-country conflict. Not only has the tension gripped the Syrian population by the throat but the neighbouring states have also been affected. Most of the affected civilians are children who were separated from their families. Without their families, millions of displaced Syrian children are in need of safety and care. While humanitarian organisations and government bodies are looking to provide urgent assistance,...

20 Jun

World Refugee Day

Today is World Refugee Day, a international observance day intending to highlight the plight of refugees around the world. These past years have been terrible for refugees, with tens of millions of refugees now around the world, forced to flee war, starvation, and other forms of horror. This includes more than 12 million Syria refugees, displaced both internally and externally. These refugees are forced to live in often terrible conditions, unable to return home due to the dangers of doing so. This...

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