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Our Recipients

There are no barriers for helping our own children in the middle-east. In recent years, we have sent funds to Syrian Orthodox organizations in Lebanon, Syria, Turkey and jerusalem.

 

All donations collected through-out the year get distributed in its entirety to the schools and orphanages in our churches in the middle-east. No part of your donation ever goes to fundraisers and no member of our organization is ever paid or compensated for their time or work. 100% of your contribution is used to benefit needy children.

In recent years, we participated in helping the following organizations:

TMS - Lebanon

TMS stands for Tarraki Madrashto Suryoyto in the Syriac language. This is an educational institution that provides education to the poor and needy sector of our syriac community children. It is the only school in Lebanon that teaches the language of the Lord, Jesus Christ: The Syriac Language
•The school has more than 300 students and over 200 need help paying their tuition.
•Due to the continuous troubled events in Lebanon, the school is limited to the nineth grade with 305 students in total (2007).
•The premises are formed of a 5-story building on a 1,146 square meters plot. (owner being Assyrian Orphanage and School Association of America). Only one classroom by grade, from kindergarten to baccalaureate (equivalent to freshman high school).
•Their future success depends on their access to education.
•The children are taught \”Syriac\” the language of our Lord, Jesus Christ. By keeping Syriac alive, they preserve and safeguard our culture and provide our churches with priests, deacons, \”shamoshe\”, etc..
•The children attend mass in the TMS Schhol’s church, besides the acquisition of religious education during the week. Thus, TMS helps in building the good Lebanese Christian Citizens

Hassake Schools – Jazeerah, Syria

In 2008, there are about 1800 students in Schools in Hassake. They are in five buildings.
1.Kindergarten & Primary School at Nasserah neighborhood (grades 1-6) with 201 students. About 25% of the students are free of tuition, because this is a very poor Christian neighborhood. The tuition in this school is about $140 US Dollars.
2.Primary School at Town Center (grades 1-5) have 574 students. About 10% of students are free of tuition. The tuition in this school is $200 US Dollars.
3.Kkindergarten at Town Center has 148 students. About 10% are free of tuition. The tuition in this kindergarten is $190 US Dollars.
4.Middle School (grades 6-9) with 424 students. About 10% are free of tuition. The tuition in this school is $300 US Dollars.
5.Secondary School (grades 10-12) have 271 students. About 10% are free of tuition. The tuition in this school is $340 US Dollars.
> The total number of our students in Amal Schools in Hassake for 2008 is 1618 .The Average of students in each classroom is between 25 to 30 students only.

Mor Gabriel Monastery – Turkey

In 2008, The Monastery of Mor Gabriel in Midyat is a Syriac Orthodox Church School and has 35 students.

The students are mostly from the villages in Turabdin. They board in the monastery and follow their education in the monastery school as well as in the state school. They are taken by bus every school day to the nearby town of Midyat. The monastery and school rely on the individual donations by the faithful.

The school needs approx $120,000 each year to continue its functions.

St George School – Zahle – Lebanon
 
St George Beneficial Society – Aleppo, Syria

Al-Atshaneh – Lebanon

The Syriac Orthodox Orphange and school is nestled in the mountains of Lebanon. It is a multi-purpose complex as it has a beautiful church, houses the elderly, a school and sleeping quarters for few orphans. In 2010, the Orphange had 7 orphans who were also schooled on premises. The facilities are managed by monks and nuns of the Syriac Orthodox Archdiocese.

The average cost to educate and house one person is around $2,000. Although the amount of Financial help we offer is limited, it is well appreciated. Incidentally, the Lebanese Government helps with the expenses of Orphaned and schooled individuals.

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St Marks Monestary – Jerusalem
Homs Orphanage – Homs, Syria

The Homs Orphanage is maintained and run by a Board of Directors and belongs to the Syrian Orthodox Archdiocese in Homs. •The facility is home for 20+ children along with 4 college students. They all attend State schools.
•All children are Syrian Orthodox kids
•The Orphanage pays for the room and board of the Orphans as well as tuition for the college students.
•The facility has 4 floors and a basement. Basement for Kitchen and Dining. 1st floor for offices and Hall. 2nd floor is girls’ dorms. The 3rd floor is the boy’s dorms while the 4th floor is the small gymnasium and game room.
•In addition, the Orphanage helps students whose families are either widows or handicapped
In total, 100+ families are being helped by the Beneficial Society in Homs.

Mor Yakup Monastery- Turkey

In 2008, The Monastery of Mor Yakup in Salah is a Syriac Orthodox Church School and has 11 students.

The students are mostly from the villages in Turabdin. They board in the monastery and follow their education in the monastery school as well as in the state school. They are taken by bus every school day to the nearby town of Midyat. The monastery and school rely on the individual donations by the faithful.

The school needs approx $30,000 each year to continue its functions. Besides the 11 students, the monastery is home for a community of 3 monks and 4 nuns.

St Malke Orphanage – Turkey
 
St Aphraim School – Bethlehem

The St Aphraim School in Beit Jala in Bethlehem is unique and caters for the Syriac Orthodox Children. All thee teachers are also part of the Syriac Ordodox church. Our Organization sponsored some children to pay for their education.

Images from a trip to St Aphraim School in Bethlehem in May 2010.

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