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"There is no better exercise for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up."

Send a clear message that your company is giving back to the community. We are uniquely placed to help the helpless in a time when people need it most, and at the same time delivering lasting change for the vulnerable, especially children.



"The most satisfying thing in life is to have been able to give a large part of yourself to another."

Our refugee program relies heavily on the generosity and involvement of people like you, with every contribution going towards improving the life of refugees in great need.  Support our efforts any way you can - all contributions are appreciated. Click on the link below for information on how to donate.



It is not how much we give, but how much love we put in our giving.

Turkish and Syrian youth regularly contribute their time and energy to assist in our refugee programs. Volunteers coming from abroad are requested to contact us well in advance of any visit, to work out the legalities of your proposed trip, as well as the timing. We can only receive short-term volunteers at present. We ask all volunteers to bring a financial gift, to give directly to a refugee family, or as a scholarship for a child. See our Donate page for more ideas on how to help a refugee family.


Support those who need it most.


Why Adana?

Adana is a major center for Syrian refugees. Adana is the regional medical center of southeast Turkey and now for Syrians. Refugees from the border with serious medical issues are usually sent to Adana. Refugees here often find menial labor working on the many farms in the region or in factories, shops. Many join the list of Adana's unemployed.  
As Adana is more than 100 miles from the Syrian border, it is often neglected by many of the international aid agencies who work on the border in cities as Gaziantep and Reyhanli. Many aid workers have found the need in Adana just as great as on the border, as there are less facilities and organizations to help refugees.

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