Ways to Help


🚨 Urgent Donations Needed 🚨

These NGOs provide healthcare, shelter, food and medical aid to those affected by the disaster. They have a track record of being on the ground, reliable, and volunteer-based. For a more extensive list, click 'More options'.



Other causes

Healthcare Providers

Organizations providing healthcare, shelter, food and general aid to those in need.


Fund Raisers

Geared towards disaster relief and other initiatives.


Local NGOs

Organizations providing healthcare, shelter, food and general aid to those in need.


Food & Medical Aid


Shelter & Reconstruction


Other


Places to Donate

Important Disclaimer: Before you make a donation, confirm with the charity/organization that it would be transferred as "fresh" cash. Otherwise, it may be subject to significant losses. Click here to learn more.



Crowdfunding Initiatives


Local Charities


Blood Donations & Medical Equipment


Environmental Initiatives


protection of domestic workers


Food & Elderly care


Charities in Tripoli

Petitions to Sign



Job-related Initiatives

Connect local Lebanese talents with remote work opportunities


Frequently Asked Questions


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Who are you?

My name is Ramzy. I'm 28 and I live in DC. You can find me on Twitter.


How often is this site updated?

On a weekly basis.


Can I pay you for the work you're doing?

Thank you, but kindly no.

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On exchange rate conversions

If converted at the official rate (1,500 LL/$), a donation of $100 would bring LL150,000 into the hands of beneficiaries, which buys them only a fraction of what it used to.

Prior to making a donation, it is best to reach out to the charity/organization and make sure they are transferring the donations as "fresh" cash and withdrawn as such by the local NGOs/beneficiaries.

Donations converted at the old exchange rate are simply NOT worth it.

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