Below is a list of featured of NGOs.
(listed in alphabetical order)
Anta Akhi (you are my brother) serves a life of dignity for adults with heavy disabilities, with a specific mission to live all together, despite all the difficulties, in peace and joy. Our “Home of Tenderness” is a ray of hope that testifies that life is beautiful and deserves to be lived at the fullest!
We are a Lebanese based non-profit NGO, which supports Lebanon’s most underprivileged and marginalized communities, regardless of religion, political affiliation or nationality.
Brave Heart helps cover the cost of hospital treatment and surgeries for children whose families qualify for financial aid at the AUBMC Social Service Office, irrespective of gender, race, nationality or religious affiliation.
|Children’s Cancer Center of Lebanon
Children’s Cancer Center of Lebanon supports all children with cancer and their families through securing funds for access to the latest treatment together with excellence in psycho-social services to help fight the disease and raises awareness as to create better understanding.
|Lebanese Food Bank
The Lebanese Food Bank Association is a non-governmental organisation established in 2011 by a group of Lebanese citizens to fight hunger and food waste in Lebanon. LFB provides food to vulnerable families and individuals through a network of 80 selected NGO’s across Lebanon, disregarding political or religious affiliations.
|Lebanese Red Cross
Founded in 1945 the Lebanese Red Cross is a humanitarian organization and an auxiliary team to the medical service of the Lebanese Army. Its headquarters is in the Lebanese capital city of Beirut.
Created in 1985 and founded on the basis of forgiveness, respect and love values, the association Joy of Giving tries to favor the understanding and the unity of the Lebanese people through multiple projects.
Founded in 1969 in Lebanon (originally founded in Austria in 1949) and believe that every child has the right to live within a family and to grow surrounded by love, respect and security as it is the best option for children who have been abandoned or lost parental care.
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