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Barbara Nassar For Cancer Patient Support
Barbara Nassar For Cancer Patient Support
The Barbara Nassar Association has been a steadfast supporter for adult cancer patients in Lebanon for nearly a decade. We are commitment to providing comprehensive care, support, and advocacy to improve the lives and wellbeing of those affected by cancer. With the launch of the Barbara Nassar Cancer Center in summer 2024, our mission reaches new heights. This four-story center will become the cornerstone of cancer care in Lebanon. It will offer a wide array of holistic support services aimed at addressing the diverse needs of cancer patients and their families. To fully realize the potential of the Cancer Center and continue our mission of providing free cancer medications, screening and early detection, psychosocial support, rehabilitation programs, empowerment initiatives, and awareness campaigns, we are seeking your support. Your generous donations will allow us to complete the renovation of the Cancer Center, ensuring that it remains a point of reference and hope for cancer patients and their families for years to come. By contributing to this fundraiser, you will play a vital role in providing essential resources and support to cancer patients in Lebanon. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of those affected by cancer, offering them the care, comfort, and compassion they deserve. Join us in our mission to save lives, celebrate victories, and create a brighter future for all those touched by cancer. Your support is invaluable, and together, we can bring hope and healing to those who need it most.

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In support of Beirut's Migrant Community Center
In support of Beirut's Migrant Community Center
Our Story ARM works to achieve social, economic and gender justice for all migrant workers and racialized groups in Lebanon. We recognize the significance of self-organizing and actively support Migrant Domestic Worker (MDW) leadership in rights activism. A primary focus of ARM is women migrant domestic workers living and working under the oppressive Kafala System, which is used to recruit and hire foreign labor in Lebanon, Jordan and the Gulf states. Our Migrant Community Center (MCC) Across the last decade, our different MCCs have served as anti-racist, feminist, and alternative social and safe spaces, where migrant workers can build powerful networks, access information, resources, classes, training, direct assistance and long-term support. We work with migrant-led collectives to support their community organizing, collective action, self-advocacy and activism against systemic racism and injustice with a central focus on women as agents and leaders of change. Our Values We adopt a feminist ethics of care in our work, where we value attentiveness, responsibility, responsiveness, and compassion. We also privilege the voices of migrant workers in every aspect of our work. We use a social justice framework as the basis for our approach, upholding fundamental human rights for everyone in our communities. We value the expression and practice of solidarity among all marginalized communities as a necessary alliance against oppressive and unjust systems. We view our everyday work as political and always seek to address the larger social, economic, cultural and policy structures that enable discrimination, abuse, and rights violations. We value the importance of building safe and strong communities that sustain the activism and offer supportive social networks for migrants and their allies. The Anti-Racism Movement has created a home away from home for more than 800 MCC members and more than 26 nationalities. Our Migrant Community Centers offer free, welcoming, inclusive and safe spaces where migrant workers can gather freely, get acquainted with their rights, and develop tools to lead on their self-advocacy. Over the years, our centers have hosted celebrations, birthdays, farewells, reunions, vigils, weddings, potlucks, and other community events that bring friends together every day. The networks of support and strength they have created have expanded way beyond the doors of the MCCs. We're counting on you! Your contributions are some of the most useful funding we receive. Considering that these donations can be used exactly as we want, it gives us the leniency to prioritize spendings based on the community’s needs. Considering that we are operating in a context of crisis, this margin of freedom is vital for the well being of our work and the communities that we support.

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شبكة دعم - Support Network
شبكة دعم - Support Network
عن شبكة دعم في غياب الثقة الشعبية والدولية بمؤسسات الدولة اللبنانية، نشأت حاجة إلى مبادرة شفافة لإيصال المساعدات مباشرة إلى آلاف من الناس دون أي وسيط وعبر آليات شفافة وذات مصداقية. شبكة دعم هي ائتلاف مدني للإغاثة، يعتمد العمل القاعدي والتشاركي ويمارس الشفافية في كل إجراءاته، وهو تطوعي بالكامل. تأسّس الائتلاف تحت اسم "صامدون" عام 2006 لمواجهة آثار الاعتداء الإسرائيلي على لبنان. وتمّت إعادة تشكيله من قبل متطوعين ومنظّمات شعبيّة وهيئات مدنيّة أخرى لمعالجة تداعيات الانفجار الكارثي في ​​بيروت في 4 آب 2020. يجدّد الائتلاف نشاطه مرة أخرى لدعم سكّان لبنان النازحين جراّء عدوان الاحتلال الإسرائيلي المستمرّ منذ تشرين الأوّل 2023. المهمة يقدّم إئتلاف شبكة دعم تبرّع مباشرة لمن يحتاج إلى دعم، من خلال جمع تبرعات بعد إجراء عمليّات التمحيص والتدقيق الضرورية على أيدي خبراء محليّين. يحول المبلغ الإجمالي للأموال إلى المتلقين, سيتم تحويل المبلغ الإجمالي إلى المستفيدين من خلال المساعدة النقدية المباشرة. وتهدف هذه الدفعات السريعة إلى دعم عمليّة استعادة الحياة الطبيعية للآلاف من سكّان لبنان الذين نزحوا إثر العدوان الاسرائيلي . In the absence of popular and international trust in Lebanese state institutions, there emerged a need for a transparent initiative to deliver aid directly to thousands of people without any intermediaries, using transparent and credible mechanisms. "Shabaket Da3em (Support Network)" is a civil coalition for relief that relies on grassroots and participatory work, practicing transparency in all its procedures, and operates entirely on a voluntary basis. It aims to aid those residing in Lebanon during the harshest circumstances without relying on factors such as sectarian identity or political affiliation. The coalition was established under the name “Samidoun” in 2006 to address the devastating impact of the Israeli attack on Lebanon. It has been reconstituted by volunteers, grassroots organizations, and other civil entities to address the repercussions of the catastrophic explosion in Beirut on August 4, 2020. Today, the coalition is actively working once again to support those who are displaced as a result of the Israeli aggressions on Lebanon since October 2023. Mission "Shabaket Da3em (Support Network)" provides a platform that enables people to donate directly to those needing humanitarian assistance due to internal displacement. With no overhead, the total amount of money will be transferred to recipients through direct cash assistance. These rapid payments aim to support restoring everyday life for thousands of residents in Lebanon.

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