INARA board member, actor and humanitarian Thomas Sadoski came to Lebanon this August to visit our program in Lebanon.
Actor Colin Hanks’ handkerchief company, Hanks Kerchiefs, are donating a percentage of proceeds from their handkerchiefs to two charities, INARA and War Child.
Comedian Sarah Silverman and an all-star group of friends are teaming up for Good for a Laugh, a comedy fundraiser to help support War Child USA and INARA.
In total, we raised over $75,000 during the holiday period. This total is enough to provide medical treatment to approximately 15 war wounded refugee children from Syria.
This year’s Giving Tuesday has been a huge success for INARA. We have more than doubled last year’s record, raising $5,581 in total.
We are partnering with one Primary Health Care Center (PHCC) in the north of Lebanon to identify new cases that we may be able to help, with more partnerships with other PHCCs expected in the near future.
We have been awarded $35,000 by the Kathryn McQuade Foundation to help fund the day-to-day operational costs involved in providing life-altering medical treatment for wounded refugee children.
Actors and humanitarians Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski have been welcomed as board members to INARA.
An organization called Who Is Hussain donated clothes to some of our children in celebration of Eid, the festival that marks the end of Ramadan.
INARA will be awarded $164,700 by UNICEF to continue our partnership with them in Lebanon until the end of 2018.