Join us in providing a monthly safety net for Lebanese families in need

Although limited data is available, it is estimated that over 25% of the Lebanese population live on less than $4 a day. Food shortage is part of a broader humanitarian crisis in Lebanon.

The historical deepening economic, financial, and social crisis is widening the gap between the rich and the poor. Many communities across the country are marginalized, living in poverty, relying on inadequate public services such as water and electricity, and largely ignored by the government.

In its ongoing commitment to help to those in need, Makassed kicked off the year with several initiatives, distributing food parcels, clothes and blankets to families affected by the financial crisis.

A $20 donation can feed a family of 5 for a day or  a $35 donation can provide them with essential clothes/blankets.

Join us in making a difference in the lives of underprivileged Lebanese families.