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Donate to the Syria Crisis appeal

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What has happened?

Fighting in Syria has caused a humanitarian crisis on a staggering scale, and it’s getting worse every day. Over 100,000 people have been killed and more than 8 million children, women and men driven from their homes.

What are the needs?

9.3 million people desperately need aid right now. We need to provide food, shelter and safety for people driven from their homes, as well as blankets, clothes and other essentials. Please give today to help us reach the most vulnerable people.

What is CAFOD doing?

We’re working through trusted church partners in Syria to get vital aid and supplies to vulnerable people. We’re also working in Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan, to help refugees who have crossed the border.

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Single gift

A Syrian refugee child holds free medicine given to her by a mobile clinic run by our partner Caritas Lebanon.
 

Syria Crisis parish resources

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  1. Syria Crisis Appeal Poster for Parishes (422 kB) Download file

    Syria Crisis Appeal Poster for Parishes

  2. Syria Crisis Parish donation form (357 kB) Download file
  3. Intercessions for Syria (25 kB) Download file

    Prayers of intercession for the people affected by the ongoing conflict in Syria

  4. Prayer for those affected by the Syria crisis (31 kB) Download file

    A prayer for those affected by the ongoing conflict in Syria

  5. Single donation Gift Aid declaration form (296 kB) Download file

    Fill this in and send with your cheque - then CAFOD also receives the tax on your donation.

Encourage students and young people to pray about the Syria crisis. Find resources in our education section.

 
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