How To Help?
A little goes a long way. Our impact is bigger when we work together. Become a volunteer, collaborate with us or get involved to help.
Become A Volunteer
We are always on the lookout for volunteers to help us on and off ground. Reach out to us!
Collaborate With Us
Let’s share our ideas and expertise to make a bigger impact for the causes we stand for. Contact us!
Any involvement is a good involvement no matter the scale. Donate for the causes you believe in, spread the word and help us do more!
With your help, we were able to make an impact.
Schools Built in Nigeria
Our focus is on progress. By providing humanitarian aid and life-changing support to our communities, we aim to restructure socio-economic conditions and set innovative standards for our collective future.
Restoring our Hope
With your support, we aim to expand our reach and help over 2,000 families in Lebanon affected by the August 4 explosion and on-going crisis. We gather vital supplies to cover basic primary human needs ranging from medical equipment, medicine, boxes of goods, and food provisions, restoring our collective grace, dignity, and hope. Back Previous [...]
Building our Youth in Nigeria
7,000+ students are learning and developing their aptitudes in five completed schools. 1,500+ orphans are studying in one of the largest-built establishments among four states in Kano, Nigeria. 2,500+ young girls are moving away from dire harm and closer to home by joining their village’s largest girls-only school division – currently under construction. 40+ constructed [...]
Empowering our Women
Engaged in a six-month program encompassing a range of valuable learnings and fundamental practices, 50 empowered women will start the journey to becoming self-reliant individuals and consolidate their role in society. The program includes English courses, methods to help maintain balanced mental well-being, and life-skill training and computer experience enhancement to confidently attain rewarding work [...]
Help Us Do More!
Due to the current ongoing crisis and deteriorating situation in Lebanon, countless patients with chronic diseases have zero access to their vital medication. We launched We Deserve Medication Campaign, providing urgent medical aid to 80 families with chronic diseases and in critical conditions.
What We Do?
We do it for the children, women and crisis fighters.
BEIRUT BLAST RELIEF
Lending a helping hand by rethinking our ways. We continuously ideate, strategize and collaborate with you and our community of volunteers, to repurpose resources and funds depending on those most affected by the ongoing national crises and the aftermath of Lebanon’s 2020 August 4th explosion.
Since August, we have been supplying the necessary medication for short-term and long-term needs. We have also covered funds for 4 operations and countless checkups by doctors.
We are currently working on 2 local produce projects to sustain more than 20 Lebanese producers and use the produce to donate to 500+ families per month. We also support 2 artists, 3 small businesses and have secured employment for over 50 individuals.
Transforming ambition into powerful strides. We guide women of our communities to overcome challenges, develop new skills and learn how to come into their own voice through education, training and professional development.
EDUCATION FOR CHILDREN
Nurturing potential geared towards building talents and securing brighter futures. We encourage our youth to discover their passion, explore suitable career paths, and take on the world starting now.
We have built 5 schools in Nigeria and are in progress in building the next. Our last school, home to 1,500 orphans receiving education, shelter, access to clean water and food is the largest one built within all four states within Kano, Nigeria. We have also provided students in Lebanon with laptops/ tablets needed for online education and have helped cover tuition for a few children.
Arpi is a cancer patient who does crochet work. Due to the crisis in Lebanon she was not able to carry on her treatment and thus could not perform her work to earn a living. We helped Arpi with her treatment and she is now healthy again and is performing her job and earning an income.
George’s house was destroyed by the Beirut explosion. He had lost his equipment in order to carry on his job as a constructor. We helped provide George in order for him to get back on his feet. George is now a constructor manager on site.
Schools Built in Nigeria