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These are the most supportive organizations

The white helmets: when the bombs rain down on the innocent citizens. In a place where regular services don’t exist. These guys come in and save the day. They risk their lives to go in and under the rebels and save people who were in that building two minutes before and air strike was dropped on it. They do this voluntarily, and passionately. They don’t think about whether they like the person or not, their only thought is that this is a human and that might die. They could be someone’s mom, sister, brother, grandfather and daughter, son…etc. And that means they are worth saving.

Here is their website: https://peoplesmillion.whitehelmets.org/act/peoples-million/?source=whweb

Jusoor: Jusoor offers many programs. Their main intention is to better education in a situation like this. They offer the refugee education program which helps children continue their education outside of Syria. They have 3412 Syrian children enrolled in their schools. And most of the teachers do it voluntarily. Their scholarship program helps students complete their studies abroad, mainly focused on college students who want to study in the US, Canada, Middle East, and Europe. Finally, they offer a career development program which holds workshops on important topics such as resumes and career planning. Jusoor’ main intention is to better Syria and all other countries by providing good education, which is a right for everyone to have. On a side note: jusoor is the main reason why I am able to continue my education and Study here at the University of New Mexico

Help better Syrian’s education: http://jusoorsyria.com/donation/

Doctors without borders: These experienced people, volunteer their time and sometime risk their lives to go overseas and offer people the medical help they need. They have worked on seen in around more than 60 countries and Syria has been one of their main focus. Some of their staff members were there when the chemical attack happened in Syria, not too long ago. Remember, that it’s everyone’s right to live and get proper medical Aid.

Donate here: https://donate.doctorswithoutborders.org/onetime.cfm?utm_expid=7773760-9.T4pemk1yTFeOymrJr_YtIQ.0&utm_referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2F

Syrian American Medical Society: These doctors and volunteers, offer help to Syrians living outside of Syria, mostly in refugee camps. They deal with cases that were affected by the war and with regular everyday cases. They believe that every life is precious and that the smiles they get back from people are enough to make their days. They even offer physical therapy and emotional support to anyone who needs it.

Support their work here: https://www.sams-usa.net/donate/

Save the children: This is an organization that focuses on the children of Syria. They believe that we should treat the children of Syria before they suffer wounds that cannot be healed. You can donate to them but the cool thing about this is that you can buy a gift for a child. Under the tab gifts for joy, you can pick what gift you would like to offer the suffering children. They have options like a fuzzy blanket, soccer balls, animals such as goats and sheep along with huge gifts like educating. They take care of the children the way children are supposed to be taken care of.

Help them out:

http://www.savethechildren.org/site/c.8rKLIXMGIpI4E/b.7998857/k.D075/Syria.htm
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