We have been celebrating a great holiday season and a strong start to 2017 at INARA, closing our Christmas Appeal on January 6 with a total of $28,840.
With just under a week to go until Christmas Day, we have reached our Christmas Appeal target of $15,000! As a result, we are raising our target to $25,000.
Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters stepped in and donated the rest of the money needed to pay for medical treatment to rebuild Syrian refugee Fatima’s hands.
We have launched a video with UNHCR to try to prevent burn injuries and reduce the number of refugee children suffering burns due to poor living conditions and lack of safety awareness.
Just 20 days after launching our monthly donors appeal, we have exceeded our goal and raised monthly donations that will total $7,610 by August next year.
UNICEF has awarded INARA more than $100,000 over the next year. This money will expand the work that INARA is already doing on the ground in Lebanon with Syrian refugee children.
At the close of our Ramadan Appeal, we’re proud to announce that we raised over $5,000.
INARA’s founder, Arwa Damon won this year’s Richard Parsons Community Impact Award at a ceremony in New York.
INARA’s founder, Arwa Damon, this week won a Gracie - one of the top media prizes in the United States.