In a world full of chaos, be a light of hope.

April 7, 2022

It’s not easy to make a change.

If you are like me, the chances are that you are feeling exhausted by all the chaos in the world.

Wherever you look, every social media post you see, every news you hear, seems to carry with it bad news.

People are suffering everywhere.

This amount of human anguish will take its toll on us, turning into sadness, anger and feeling of helplessness that would eventually leave us saying ”well, what can I do about it” and looking the other way, and that’s an understandable human behavior.

But what if, we can do something about it?

In a time where famine continues to be a threat and the ongoing ramifications of the pandemic take their toll on everyone, what if, we can have one less bad news, 1 less family in need, 1 less child without access to food before bed, and 1 less elderly without fear of not having a home?

All you need to do is to be a light of hope this Ramadan and remember refugee families in your giving.

UNHCR has launched its Ramadan campaign, to support 100,000 of the most vulnerable displaced families in over 12 countries, uprooted by ongoing crises in Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Nigeria, Myanmar, Afghanistan.

When you donate, UNHCR acts as a bridge between people like yourself who are looking to make an impactful giving during the holy month, and those who need it the most.

And your gift, no matter how small, is a prayer answered for elderly families riddled with debt, widowed mothers who can’t provide for their children, infants living in extreme poverty, families who do not have a roof over their heads or live daily with the fear of losing it.

Yes, together, we can help thousands of people, and for refugee families YOU CAN be the light of hope in a world full of chaos and the reason they have access to food, shelter, medicine and water.

This Ramadan, every gift you give counts and makes an impact in the lives of refugee families.

Even the smallest amount will make a difference, if you wish to give safely, please give here.

You can learn more about the impact and where your donation money goes by visiting this page.