CBS Lebanon's Humanitarian Aid Project provides financial and medical resources to needy families in Lebanon. Beginning in 2012, CBS Lebanon responded to the Syrian refugee crisis by distributing clothes, food, diapers, heating stoves, and fuel for the winter months. Others, who remained in Syria, received school backpacks, shoes, and heating fuel. In the last two years, our aid focus has shifted to Lebanon where the political upheaval and economic collapse afflicted the population with a dire need for food and healthcare. We distribute food to those who need it and provide financial help to cover medical bills.
Our Lebanon Fund provides direct support to communities in Mount Lebanon and Beirut. Click the Lebanon Fund button to contribute now!The Lebanon Fund
Bible-centered education gives our students access to a good life and a successful career. Education is a great way to alleviate poverty. It is also a great way to counter terrorism by providing a spiritual foundation for the young and removing them from communities where they may be recruited to terrorist organizations.
A 2017 UN Report determined that the average monthly income for a family of Syrian refugees living in Lebanon was $70. In 2020, Lebanon’s economy collapsed, and Lebanese families joined with the Syrians in poverty status. $5 can make a difference in our students’ and their parents’ lives.
Our goal is to provide good salaries to our local teachers. We also want to open more schools in different areas. You can take part in defeating poverty and terrorism. Please donate any amount.